Enjoy being self - sustainable?

Spend some time learning how to make soap, laundry powder, shampoo and other basic personal care products.


You can find a range of downloadable recipes on this page.

Nutritionist Cooking

If you’re making the push towards a more natural lifestyle, you may be interested to know that you can make so many of the daily items you need right in your kitchen.  Take one day a month and spend it making household cleaners, superfood chocolates, face cream, shaving soap and what ever other products you use on a daily basis.

I am here to share various recipes and ideas for you to become more self sustainable in these very strange Covid times.  As a bonus you'll know exactly what you are using in your home -- and you'll save a little money too!


Let's start with the Cleaners...

Commercial cleansers are often laden with chemical additives that can be detrimental to your family’s health. Non-toxic natural cleaning solutions are easy to make, store, and they clean just as well as commercial cleansers.

The best part is, you only need a few ingredients for each recipe.


Before I get into the specific recipes, though, let me just say this: white vinegar and baking soda clean Just. About. Everything. You’ll see it’s the main combination in a bunch of the recipes below, but there are heaps of other things it can clean, too!

Mother and Son in Kitchen

The Recipes

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Mixing Organic Beauty Products
Next up... personal care products that are simple to make

The tradition of creating homemade skincare has long been part of many cultures around the world, with recipes often handed down the generations. 


As products became more and more commercialized, people became less in tune with making their own balms and soaps.  As we step out of a Covid impacted world, the urge to make our own and become more self sufficient has grown into all arenas.  One of these being skin care and beauty products.

Flower Shop
Bath Salts and Soap

The Recipes

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