Home decor inspiration is everywhere!
Pinterest will have you wanting for whiter walls, rustic decor, large houseplants and unique throw pillows. You will see renovated kitchens and freshly tiled bathrooms that are so far out of reach that if you even hit save, it lives on a “dream” board of some kind.
On Instagram, you will find similar renderings of cute cottages, lettered signs, fabulous rugs and hardwood floors with fluffy white dogs and babies. So many babies and they always make a house look so much more like home. Yes?
While my babies are big kids and my dog isn’t fluffy, I still have a dream for my house to be cozy.
Can it be done? Is it really possible to eliminate GMO’s from our diets and our homes?
Lately, we have felt compelled to try.As I have gotten older and more aware of these remaining years I have to move around in this earthly body, I’ve become more interested in how my health and mood are affected by the things I eat, drink and breathe.
My husband was first to begin the research. Our daughter has wavered back and forth between vegetarian and vegan for the past few years. All the while, I’ve been content to eat whatever…. but adding goodness like kombucha to offset the toxins.
My main concerns were the cost and convenience. We shop at Aldi and Trader Joe’s mostly. I knew that both had organic options and non-GMO labeled products. I just wasn’t sure if it was possible to make an actual meal plan off of non GMO foods for a reasonable amount of money. If it wasn’t going to be affordable enough to carry out for the long haul then why start in the first place.