Hi! I'm Beth, and it's hard to describe myself in just a few words, but I'll try.. I am a creative entrepreneur, label reading ninja, imperfect sustainability advocate, gardening novice, simple recipes creator, natural medicine educator and homeschooling mom who grew up scared of dirt and sports and I now love camping and working out with my kids. Ok, that was more than a few words, but that's kind of how I roll. What can I say, I am ennegram 7 and a 19/20 extrovert on the Meyers Briggs. Oh and did I mention, I love personality tests?
Salvage Life is the imperfect journey of our family towards intentional living. We grow our own organic veggies, make our our own sourdough and pickles and sometimes we go to In N Out. I also buy a lot of our clothes from thrift shops and garage sales but just the other day I bought a pair of jeans from Target. We bring our own bags and compost our scraps but we still make waste...you get the picture.
It's impossible to get it all right 100% of the time but everything we are able to do to care for ourselves, each other and the planet counts! I welcome you to join us on this journey of intentional living without any guilt or shame in the process.
What we buy has an impact on those that produce it, the business owners who sell it and the earth we call home.
Learning to buy secondhand and to make thoughtful choices when purchasing can really make a difference and I want to help you learn how.
Since I love frequenting estate sales, thrift shops and flea markets, but I can't possibly keep all the goods I find, I'm sharing them in my shop full of curated vintage. Click here to shop!
When we began learning about the toxic chemicals in our cleaning and personal care products it was overwhelming but slowly we have been making healthy swaps for everything from a water filter, to cookware, kids pajamas and even Halloween candy.
Living more naturally can be fun and SO rewarding when you know that you are doing the best for your family. And whatever you do, DO NOT get discouraged for not being all the way there, it's a journey after all.
Healthy eating doesn't have to be hard, honestly I am pretty lazy when it comes to cooking. I like to prep some things ahead of time, keep lots of whole food snacks on hand and never spend more than thirty minutes on dinner.
I love sharing tips and encouragement for helping get your family into a healthy lifestyle.
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In 2019, we began homeschooling our girls and it has been quite an adventure ever since! We wanted to teach them with our values in mind. Children are beautiful and naturally curious, they aren't afraid to ask questions and they absorb everything like a sponge.
We are new to this, but we have learned so much and are thrilled to share our failures and successes with you.
We'd love to hear from you! You can reach us via the contact form or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.