‘Organic’ can became a whole lifestyle instead of just a food choice. You can buy products that are made naturally and organically, or use chemical free ingredients to make your own cleaning supplies , insecticides, and even personal care items. In the long term these tweaks are better for your health and that of the environment.
 
http://www.organicandnaturalchoices.com/organic-lifestyle-tips/ . ‘Organic and Natural Choices’ tells us how we can adopt a more organic lifestyle. We can start buying fresh, organic produce, use cars less, and conserve energy by reducing the use of electrical appliances. Every small step is beneficial to us and the environment.
 
http://tiphero.com/21-homemade-personal-care-products/ . Did you know that many of the personal care products you use may contain harmful chemicals? Tip Hero guides us to make personal products like soaps, facial scrubs, shampoos, toothpastes and deodorants with clean ingredients right at our homes.
 
http://www.keeperofthehome.org/2013/06/homemade-all-natural-cleaning-recipes.html . In Keeper of the Home Erin Odom shares with us recipes for 67 homemade all-natural cleaning products. Something as simple as diluted vinegar can be an effective kitchen cleaner.
 
http://eartheasy.com/live_nontoxic_solutions.htm . Earth Easy.com guides us to adopt non-toxic cleaning with the help of easily available ingredients like baking soda, lemon and vinegar. They have compiled an A to Z list of cleaning needs and how to get the job done naturally without harmful chemicals.
 
http://foodbabe.com/2013/05/20/how-to-eat-organic-on-a-budget/ . Food babe gives us over 75 tips to eat organically on a budget. She also features healthy recipes and tips on being fit and healthy.
 
http://www.motherearthliving.com/ .Mother Earth Living promotes holistic well-being through living in a natural manner. It educates us to prevent illnesses and treat diseases naturally, grow our own food organically and eat clean, rid our house of chemicals, and lead a healthy life close to nature.