How to Use This Site

How to Use This Site

Hello and welcome! Every day I’m making improvements and adding to this site from a small home office (spoiler alert: it’s a desk under the stairs). Admittedly it’s only for five minutes while my coffee goes cold and the kids are distracted, but hey… We do what we can right?

Below are a few ways to get the most out of this website.

Search :: You can begin by searching for something you’re interested in. Just click on the magnifying glass symbol in the far top right of the screen and then type what you are looking for into the search bar. One or two words is best.

Travel :: Need to do some armchair travelling? Then go here and have yourself an almost-adventure whilst gaining inspiration for your next trip.

You might like this article about flying long haul with young children.

Ethical Shopping :: Are you looking to become a more conscious consumer? In that case, just head to the ethical shopping guide.

You’ll find a curated list of products and services available, which I’m always adding to.

Home :: If you’re ready to reduce the toxic load on your family or in your home, grow your own veggies, or switch store-bought medicines for natural homemade ones, go here.

You’ll find easy to understand and simple life hacks to get things more natural and less toxic around your home all the time.

Recipes :: Would you like some simple wholefood recipe ideas that are nourishing and family-friendly?

Go here.

Looking for ways to bring natural plant-based remedies, toxin-less cleaning and personal care into your home with ethically sourced essential oils?

Start here. And join my Facebook group to learn more on how to use oils here.

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Want to be featured? Do you have a product or service you would like featured on this site?

Go here for information on our audience, and site stats in the mini media kit, or simply email me.

Comment below.

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Click here and let me send you a bonus PDF, “Soulful Parenting: Three Simple Ways to Raise Thriving Resilient Kids”. Alena Turley is a writer, educator, ethical digital creator and mother of three based in Freshwater Beach, Sydney. I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands upon which we live, learn and create. I recognise that this land has long been a place of living, learning, and creating.

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