Top Posts of 2012: DIY Tutorials Rule The Roost!

After reviewing the most viewed, shared and commented on posts from My Healthy Green Family, it is clear that do-it-yourself tutorials and recipes rule the roost!   Here they are, in order.

#1. Washing My Hair With Baking Soda

#2. Homemade All Natural Deodorant with Men and Women’s Fragrances

#3. Homemade Borax-Free Laundry Detergent with Price and Product Comparisons

#4. Homemade Borax-Free Dishwasher Detergent

#5. 100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread That Rises Like White!

#6. Plastic Wrap Alternative: DIY Beeswax Cotton Wraps

#7. Homemade Citrus Vinegar Cleaner

#8. To Can or Not To Can? BPA Is the Question

#9. Whipped Body Butter with 2 Simple Ingredients

#10. DIY Faux Paper Towels: Upcycled, Eco-friendly and Cheap!

For more eco-friendly and economical tutorials check out My Healthy Green Family’s DIY Recipes page.

Thanks for all your encouragement, ideas and support over the year!  Watch for more tutorials coming soon.  See you in 2013!

 

My Healthy Green Family Update

Hi everyone!  I have just discovered that no one has been receiving updates by email since my subscribe option hasn’t been working properly.  I have since changed feeders and now everyone who has subscribed should receive regular updates!

Please take a minute to look through the posts that you may have missed!  Lots of great new recipes including, amongst others, from scratch pita bread, how to make your own pectin from apples, how to make fruit leather, a great granola bar recipe, how to make your own yogurt, how to make 100% whole wheat sandwich bread, homemade laundry detergent and an article describing our struggles with infertility and how it has led us to where we our now.

Lots of new articles to come soon!  Now that harvest is more or less over, I will be focusing on homemade Christmas gifts, all natural DIY body products and other fun winter projects.  Follow My Healthy Green Family on facebook where we have a very active sustainable living network.

Thanks for following us as we journey towards a more sustainable lifestyle.

A dark, rich honey harvested this fall from our hives.