Smoothies are a huge hit in our household. They are delicious, versatile, and a great way to incorporate nutrients into your meals. Enjoy this recipe.
Suffer from dry damaged hair or dandruff and dry scalp? Make easy and effective at home hair treatments and kick expensive spa treatments to the curb.
This is natural herbal ointment is a great salve to use for healing and makes an incredible gift for others. Use this recipe for better health.
This homemade facial recipe, made of 3 simple, everyday ingredients, helps to reduce acne and wrinkles while improving your skin’s elasticity and shine.
The Clean 15 is a list of non organic foods safe to buy when grown conventionally. Levels of chemical pesticides are low so buy with confidence.
The Dirty Dozen is a list of produce and other food to buy organic. They have very high levels of chemical pesticides, antibiotics or growth hormones.
Make this delicious and nutritious kale salad to get familiar with this superfood. Don’t let unfamiliar foods scare you any longer… embrace them!
diyNatural reader Alicia shares tips on water recycling by catching and reusing plant water in other household plants, another great DIY tip!
Why learn how to cut hair at home? It saves money and increases sustainable living skills. As a family of 2 the DIY hair cut saves us nearly $300 every year.
Tips on budgeting groceries and spending less by shopping less frequently. You’ll be surprised by how much of a difference it makes!
Along with our switch to a raw food diet comes some pretty severe detox symptoms which we wanted to share so you can compare it to your experience.
Reinvent your life in June by making it Raw Food Diet month! Join the diyNatural community as we go raw to improve health and overall state of mind!
Learn about the true advantages and disadvantages of budgeting groceries with using extreme couponing by calculating the hidden costs of couponing.
A homemade All Purpose Cleaner from Jeff of SustainableLifeBlog.com combining 7 household ingredients into a general cleaner for your entire home.
This DIY project saved me around $110, took me about 15 minutes to complete, and in the end will deliver incredibly nutrient rich soil to my organic vegetable garden! If the terms “Vermicosting” or “Worm Farm” don’t scare you away… then by all means – please read on!
As always… in an effort to save money and become more self-reliant – I passed on an opportunity to buy a kitchen compost bucket and opted instead to make my own for $1.50. Check it out…