Walking along and I noticed beautiful things...

Hi my name is Haley. I'm 19 and live in Nevada. Fellow beings of Earth, lets do a little conversing. Talk to me :)
pixie-mama:

This is what we use instead of regular wipes. After struggling with awful yeast infections for MONTHS and trying ever possible cure with little luck I finally stopping using regular wipes and switched to these and we have been yeast infection and diaper cream free for months! It’s way cheaper than buying wipes and diaper creams and literally all we need. I occasionally put a little coconut oil on her after a diaper change if it looks a little raw (very rare) but that’s it! #diy #natural #babywipes #crafts #howto #acv #applecidervinegar #momstuff

pixie-mama:

This is what we use instead of regular wipes. After struggling with awful yeast infections for MONTHS and trying ever possible cure with little luck I finally stopping using regular wipes and switched to these and we have been yeast infection and diaper cream free for months! It’s way cheaper than buying wipes and diaper creams and literally all we need. I occasionally put a little coconut oil on her after a diaper change if it looks a little raw (very rare) but that’s it! #diy #natural #babywipes #crafts #howto #acv #applecidervinegar #momstuff

eatandexplore:

Mason jar food (part one?)
Mason jar meals are a good idea if you need to take food on the go, a school lunch for example. The jars keep food fresh for longer than most Tupperware. 
*This is a salad with ranch dressing, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, spinach and topped off with croutons and sunflower seeds.
**Notice that the dressing is on the bottom so it doesn’t make the rest of the ingredients soggy. Also, the spinach is on the top so it doesn’t get  squashed or soggy. *** just take it with you wherever you need to go, shake it up when you’re ready to eat, and you have a healthy & happy snack!

:) let me know if you guys liked this and would like more mason jar food ideas!

eatandexplore:

Mason jar food (part one?) Mason jar meals are a good idea if you need to take food on the go, a school lunch for example. The jars keep food fresh for longer than most Tupperware. *This is a salad with ranch dressing, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, spinach and topped off with croutons and sunflower seeds. **Notice that the dressing is on the bottom so it doesn’t make the rest of the ingredients soggy. Also, the spinach is on the top so it doesn’t get squashed or soggy. *** just take it with you wherever you need to go, shake it up when you’re ready to eat, and you have a healthy & happy snack! :) let me know if you guys liked this and would like more mason jar food ideas!