cover smart mama's green guideOkay, I know it is rude to type in all caps, but I’ve been jumping up and down and screaming since my book – Smart Mama’s Green Guide: Simple Steps to Reduce Your Child’s Toxic Chemical Exposure – is NOW published.



And, I even got my first review from someone other than my mom. Lisa Albrecht, founder of Laundrytree, sent me her preliminary review by email. She said: 

Holy cow. She’s brilliant. Seriously. Your book makes me want to sit across from you at dinner and listen to you just… talk! It’s funny and informative (which I think is a stellar mix). You’re handling a VERY SCARY subject in an engaging, “you can do this” sort of way. I think it’s simply brilliant, and I can’t IMAGINE the amount of work that went into writing it.



How awesome is that for a review?


If you don’t know about Laundrytree, you should. Laundrytree sells soapnuts, the brilliant eco-friendlysoapnuts way to wash your clothes. They are the fruit of a tree, and you can use them to do your wash. Even in a front load high efficiency machine, which is what we have. Our family pretty much only uses Laundrytree’s soapnuts, unless I’m trying out another product. (Shhhh! Don’t tell my husband – he thinks I wash his clothes with liquid detergent – I do, but it is made from the soapnuts.)


You can win a deluxe starter set from Laundrytree (retail value $49.99) at my book’s sitewarming Twitter party on June 26, 2009 from 6 to 7 pm Pacific – details to follow. The party will be hosted by Amy from ResourecefulMommy.  Full disclosure – I used Laundrytree’s soapnuts long before this donation – and asked Lisa to donate because I love them so much! Also, if you are in Los Angeles, you can get a free sample of the soapnuts if you are one of the first 150 attendees to the book launch party – the Ultimate Healthy Parenting Party – on June 28, 2009.


Okay, so now go buy my book:

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