Monday, December 10, 2012

e-cloth Mop Review

Recently, I ventured to add something new to my cleaning repertoire, an e-cloth deep clean mop. I have been using e-cloth kitchen wash clothes for a few months and have liked them, especially their anti-bacteria kitchen cloth, so I thought I would give their mop a try too.

Is it weird that when I first got the mop I made sure that I mopped my floor nearly everyday? Not because I needed to but for the ease of using it. It is an add water only product - then use. No chemicals. I love that. The mop has an adjustable handle that makes for easy storage, as well as, adjustable to a person's height. I personally am shorter than the average, and love that feature. The fibers from the cloth surprisingly work well in cleaning spills and dirt. Overall, I am a happy customer.

I might add that I have laminate flooring and could see the mop working really well with flooring similar to that. It would be interesting to test it out on tile and grout.

Now for the fun part! We have a special treat from e-cloth to you. For Simply Healthful readers from now until December 31st of this year you can get 20% off your purchase at e-cloth. Perfect for the gift giving season! During your purchase use the code SimplyHealthful20% to receive your discount. Happy shopping!

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Easy Hostess Gift

This past weekend was super busy and filled with dinner parties we had to attend.

I ventured to make a hostess gift for a change rather than buying something already prepared or baking. I used items I had on hand in my house so I wouldn't have to make a trip to the store with multiple kids (a trip that I always try to avoid). I found some corked topped spice jars in my 'empty containers' box and raided my herb stash. It helps to be an herbalist when looking for more 'exotic' type herbs and such. After looking over my spice and herb options I chose to include hibiscus petals, black lava salt (infused with activated charcoal), and calendula.

I thought the hostess might need some recipes to go along with these herbal options to really appreciate them too; Grilled Halibut with Black Lave Salt; Calendula Breakfast Eggs; and Simply Healthful Coach's very own Hibiscus Lemonade recipe. I used circle-shaped black chalk board labels that I cut in half to fit on the bottles.

In the end, I was wanting it! Even though all of these items are here at my disposal they don't seem as fun as when I put them together. Typical, right?

Thought all of you might enjoy the idea. You can find most of these items HERE.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Gratitude Giveaway: Free Health Coaching for a Month by Yours Truly

Have you ever received good advice that you were unable to follow? Has your doctor ever recommended a lifestyle change that you found to be unsustainable? Have you ever wanted something in your life, but found you couldn’t achieve it alone?

Health Coaches are knowledgeable advisors who provide ongoing support and guidance as you set goals and make sustainable changes that improve your health and happiness. As your Health Coach, I will listen carefully and help you to navigate the world of contradictory nutrition advice to determine what changes are necessary for you.
Your personalized program will radically improve your health and happiness. Together, we will explore concerns specific to you and your body and discover the tools you need for a lifetime of balance.

This giveaway is for a FREE month of health coaching! Health coaching can be done in person OR over the phone. No need to be a local. I would love to chat with you.

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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Gratitude Giveaway Week: Share the Secret Giveaway

Today's giveaway is a Share the Secret Complete Reading System for early letter learning. My two year old played with it for an afternoon and now is asking Santa for her very own. In her own words, "Santa's bringing me my letters."

The system comes with 26 lowercase letter books, 2 sided alphabet poster, double-sided tactile letter flashcards, poem book and Singing Our Way through the Alphabet CD. That's like 55 things with a retail value of $60!

Share the Secret uses tactile letters, letter formation prompts, music, parent interaction and fun images to help children get a jump start on their reading. The 'healthful' twist here is encouraging healthy family relations and promoting education. From Share the Secret site:  Children who have not developed some basic literacy skills by the time they enter school are three to four times more likely to drop out in later years.

No telling my two year old, but Santa's following through on her Christmas wish. Good luck!

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Monday, November 19, 2012

Gratitude Giveaway Week: Darleen Meier Jewelry Giveaway

I want to help you, my reader, feel appreciated by adorning yourself in something pretty from Darleen Meier Jewelry. This giveaway is for one Pyrite gold filled necklace. Fools Gold, is another name for the stone pyrite. Metallic luster and brassy-yellow hue gives this simple-understated necklace a prehistoric chic style.

"So where is the 'healthful' twist in that?" you might ask. For those who may not know, stones carry a certain amount of energy in them. Different types of stone give off differing amounts and types of energy. Stones have been used in healing for centuries. They have historically been used to help keep negative energy away, for mental clarity, to energize, or for protection. It makes sense that royalty would wear a crown of jewels and why women are attracted to diamonds. Increasing in popularity are parents useing amber teething necklaces for their babies. The list of what healing stones can do is quite endless.

Here is a little healing info on what pyrite can do:
  • Promotes positve thinking
  • Imparts good fortune
  • Boosts energy levels
  • Increase of strength and vigor
  • Aids in memory, learning, and perception
  • Aids the lungs and in healing sickness
Hope you catch the good fortune energy coming off of this pyrite giveaway and win! Good luck!

For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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