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Naturally Earth Friendly Launches Redesigned Website with an Updated Look

Newly redesigned Naturally Earth Friendly website provides improved navigation, improved searching and optimization of the site’s most popular features.

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. – December 31, 2011 – Naturally Earth Friendly has announced the redesign of their website http://NaturallyEarthFriendly.com. Originally launched in August 2008, the eco-conscious website now offers a more modern and contemporary look, more streamlined and intuitive navigation, and improved integration with social media.

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We created NaturallyEarthFriendly.com for people who are looking to learn and incorporate Earth friendly practices into their daily family life.

With a new streamlined site people will be able to find the tips, tools and information they’re looking for more easily. It’s just a simple click from the home page. “It’s our first major redesign since the original launch,” says Naturally Earth Friendly founder Brianne Coelho. “We created NaturallyEarthFriendly.com for people who are looking to learn and incorporate Earth friendly practices into their daily family life.”

http://NaturallyEarthFriendly.com started as an all-inclusive destination for eco-conscious living. Coelho says, “We wanted to provide our visitors with a more enhanced user experience while still retaining our easy navigation. We want to be the go-to destination for our readers offering a range of advice from elimination communication and attachment parenting as well as general eco-conscious lifestyle tips.”

About Naturally Earth Friendly

Naturally Earth Friendly is dedicated to empowering families into making their lives more sustainable. In addition to green news and product information, they are partial to Elimination Communication, Attachment Parenting, Baby Sign Language, Attachment Parenting, Cloth Diapering and Earth Friendly lifestyle tips. Devoted to helping people learn what they can do to help ensure a healthy planet for our children and future generations. For more information, visit http://NaturallyEarthFriendly.com.


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Mod.Skin Labs Unveils New Website

Mod.Skin Labs officially unveils their new website. Along with their clean design offering plenty of white space, the new website is easy on the eyes. In addition to the completion of a new website design, Mod.Skin Labs has made some improvements to their formulas, begun to use eco-friendly packaging and partnered with 1% for the Planet to maximize their "eco-philantrhropic" efforts.

Brilliantly designed products for the eco-conscious human.

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Mod.Skin Labs officially unveils their new website

Improved Formulas 

Mod.Skin Labs continues to promise organic ingredients that are vegan and animal-cruelty free. Don't expect to find any synthetic dyes or fragrances, phthalates, or parabens in these products.

Earth Friendly Packaging

Sustainable materials such as soy-based inks/dyes used in all printing materials on recycled paper and non-toxic plastics used in all marketing materials and componenets are part of Mod.Skin Labs' new packaging.


Mod.Skin Labs has partnered with 1% for the Planet and will be contributing 1% of all purchases to environmental organizations worldwide. Some of these projects include World Health Clinicians, Bay Nature, Gulf Restoration Network, and the New England Forestry Foundation.

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Mighty Leaf Tea – New Website Released

The new website for Mighty Leaf Tea is finally here. In addition to the overall more pleasing look of the website in general, the navigation has been improved, there are more products available, and the shopping cart is streamlined.


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Winter Sale – Save up to 30% on Tea Pouches, Loose Teas, and Select Tea Gifts

The Abaca Holiday Tea Box will make the perfect eco-friendly holiday gift for any tea lover on your holiday list. Handcrafted of tree-free Abaca plant fibers and cogon grass, the sustainable Abaca Holiday Tea Box is fastened with a whittled coconut-shell button



Each box comes filled with 30 of their whole leaf biodegradable tea pouches that includes the following seasonally festive blends: Organic Breakfast, Bombay Chai, Marrakesh Mint, Organic Hojicha Green Tea, Rainforest Mate and Ginger Twist. And it's only $24.95.

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Whole Foods Market’s new website launches September 5th, 2008.

I was just visiting WholeFoodsMarket.com and noticed they are launching a new website look on September 5, 2008. You can take a tour by clicking here.

I know some people like to lovingly refer to Whole Foods as Whole Paycheck, and depending on what I'm buying I can see what they mean. Generally I stick to the Whole Foods 365 Brands and the prices are obviously lower than more Specialty brands. But I'm able to feed my husband and I, and our pets, on $50 a week. Now that probably sounds like a lot to some of you, and cheap for others. It definitely doesn't include as much Organic as I would like, but with the rise of grocery prices these days I'll just have to make do.

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I live in Orange County, California, so I'm not able to go directly to farms or growers to get better deals. The closest I can get is the Farmers' Markets around here, my favorite is the one in Old Town Tustin. For the locals, it's on Wednesdays from 9 am to 1 pm (rain or shine). Here's a map. I've been to the ones in Irvine (near the Irvine/Tustin Market Place), the Orange (Mall of Orange / Village of Orange), and recently to the one in Placentia. By far the Tustin is my favorite. It's on a relatively small lot, but there are plenty of booths and they have the best tasting fruit (at only $1.50 per pound last I checked).

But back to Whole Foods Market's new website. I don't know about you, but I've always loved their simplistic nature to the existing website and at first was saddened to hear of the change.

Of course I took the new tour and saw what they were planning to do. Here's what I think: The new website is nice on the eyes as well, but I still prefer the old look and layout. What I am looking forward to is the new recipe search, community forums, and "hopefully" (my fingers are crossed here) a better "On Sale / Specials" section.

I'm sure I'll get used to it, but as of right now it just looks cluttered. Take the tour yourself and get a sneak peak, click here.

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