If you’re looking for budget pads, Tree Hugger Cloth Pads is probably not the brand for you—they’re like the Hollister & Co. of cloth pads, with Party In My Pants being Abercrombie & Fitch. […] Continue reading »
Hello, lovelies! I’ve got “The Hanging Tree” stuck in my head. Ding & Kennie is an Etsy shop offering various handmade, reusable products. I’ve bought three un-sponges, but I’ve yet to use them. […] Continue reading »
Yurtcraft is run by Lisa and opened way back when in 2008. Approximately seven years and over 5,000 reviews later, I came across the shop somehow… I’m not sure if it was via a video review or just by looking. […] Continue reading »
Crunchy Family is a pretty big blog, especially since there are so many giveaways. Charlise runs/handles the giveaways, for the most part — but she’s also new. […] Continue reading »
One of the best ways a blogger can get to know their readers is through feedback—so we’re implementing a yearly survey into the blog.
Charlise and I, Liz, chat all the time about new features we can bring to Crunchy Family, so we’ve a plethora of ideas. […] Continue reading »
If you’ve been reading, hearing or learning about cloth menstrual pads and have been looking for that extra push, or many reasons why you should switch to them, here it is. […] Continue reading »
Yo! I ordered a sample from Party In My Pants Pads last year, but I didn’t get to actually try it until here recently. […] Continue reading »
Shortly after agreeing to review this product in exchange for my honest opinion, I learned from Bree of Precious Stars Pads that it’s not the best for someone trying menstrual cups for the first time. […] Continue reading »
In exchange for an honest review, I received a package of origami paper from Orchid Origami Paper. The paper is high-quality-grade, the product is full of vibrant colors, and overall, it works great with origami-folding. […] Continue reading »
One of the most unfortunate aspects of having food allergies is that allergens may not always be listed as clearly on the ingredients list.
I’m starting a series that lists the alternate identities of various allergens, starting with peanuts, to potentially aide in the identifying allergens for those with allergies, families of those with allergies, and people in general. […] Continue reading »