Stink Movie

six pastel paper ribbons
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A month full of pinkwashing, and pinkifying everything.  At this point, I’m pretty darn sure that we’re all “aware” of breast cancer.

Organizations like Susan G Komen commercialize breast cancer and even promote and align themselves with products that can be directly linked to cancers, specifically breast cancer. Ugh!

In honor of breast cancer awareness month, the filmmakers behind the documentary STINK are opening up viewing for free, through the end of October.  Head here to watch this film online!



If you’re not already registered for the 2016 Environmental Sensitivities Symposium – there’s still time!

The week long even started yesterday, and my interview airs today… AND: at 4pm PST today (that’s in just a few hours), I’ll be participating in a panel discussion with Lyn McLean who specializes in EMR or electromagnetic radiation and Bill Statham, author of The Chemical Maze

Click here to register for this event, and participate in our live panel discussion: 


The online publication GREATIST just published a new piece on the toxicity of household cleaners, and I was thrilled to have been interviewed for this piece. Check it out here:



Annnnd, last but not least… I’m now on Instagram!



I’ve had a personal account for years, but I’m super excited to be able to share my toxin-free tips on this platform too! 

If you’re an Instagram user, give me a follow at @environmentaltoxinsnerd 🙂

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