1. A link to all of my posts on my Facebook page, organized into albums. Categories include:

Kids Toxicity Issues and Toys

Food, Cooking and Nutrition

Cleaning, Fragrances and Germs

PFAS and Other Chemicals

Product Sales/ Special Offers

Lead and Heavy Metals

Beauty and Personal Care Products

Cancer Related

Articles about Mold

Environmental Issues, Toxicity, Tips

Health and Wellness

Positive Reminders

2. Natural Baby Mama is the best (in my opinion) non-toxic blog and group on Facebook. You can search the group for a wealth of info, or ask questions if they haven’t been answered already! This was my top recommendation even before I was asked to be a moderator (which I was honored to accept).

3. Lead Safe Mama website/ blog and Facebook group explains so much about why lead is harmful and which products have it, with testing results.

4. EWG Databases and resources including the Skin Deep Database; Search each ingredient (for personal care and cleaning products) rather than looking at overall product ratings. Also the cleaning guide database. And, the dirty dozen lists. However, I thought this was an interesting article about some of the discrepancies with EWG, but I still think it is a valuable resource.

A similar resource is available from the National Institute for Health. Here is how to use it.

5. Using Essential Oils Safely. And Scentsable Heath. I’m including these because I believe that improper use of EOs/ using near children or pets can be toxic, but there are ways to use safely.

6. Dr. Annie’s Germ Experiments. Keep in mind she isn’t trying to be non-toxic so I avoid some of the things she uses, but you can see which products/ methods are effective and then choose the less toxic ones.

7. I recommend joining at least one mold group on Facebook. Here is one example: Mold Avoidance Community