How do I create a healthy home environment, and keep it financially feasible? There are so many considerations to make, all relative to your family’s and perhaps community’s priorities. Paint and flooring selection, air filters and water filters, light bulb choices, exposure and proximity to electrical wires and Wi-Fi devices, and more. And the big one, budget – how does that fit in? This February, join us for a discussion and Q&A with local business owner and green design expert Andy Pace, who’s been developing a growing following on his podcast, Degree of Green. Bring a friend and your questions. Come learn about some healthy home options for you and your pocketbook!
See more detail on recent topics below. And more than our past topics, what’s on your mind right now? What projects are you considering?
- What are the pros and cons of various air filtration systems? Will it remove allergens? Is ozone a concern? Will the filter help me sleep better?
- What are the financial and health impacts of LED bulbs? Should I be worried about blue-light exposure?
- Does my water filtration system really filter what it claims to?
- What are the safest paint and flooring options to consider for future projects? Nursery?
To RSVP or ask questions
Email us at MilwaukeeHMN [at] gmail [dot] com, or visit our public facebook page and look for the event. We look forward to seeing you!
Who are we?
Holistic Moms Network is a national non-profit, membership-based organization providing information and support for people interested in green living and parenting from the heart. Monthly meetings and shared follow ups are only part of what we offer. Playgroups, make n takes, craft nights, meal trains, late-night chats online with local and national members, Facebook live events, lending library, clothing and toy swaps, and additional spontaneous events between members bring our community to life. Try out an event or two to ensure we’re a good fit for you.
Ready to join? Learn more: https://www.holisticmoms.org/membership-registration/ or call/text (414) 604-MOMS.