We were given the task to begin our “natural money-saving cycle” and at first I was really confused by the idea. But, once it was explained to me with slow talk and small words, I loved it! It’s so simple and yet so genius at the same time. What we’re doing is basically each of us at Going2Natural is taking $20 and with that money starting one project that will ripple into the rest of our lives. In terms of financing, I think of the first $20 as an investment. So I took my $20 and decided to spend it on apple cider vinegar, baking soda, and coconut oil. Which came to a total of about $16. With those products I made shampoo, conditioner, and leave-in conditioner (which you can see here). Normally the cost of those items would be $35 for about a 3 month supply. The amount I bought can make a year’s supply, saving me roughly $124! Now I take that $124 or even a less amount (like $40) and put it towards an organic lifestyle change or project. Genius right?!
And that is how the “natural money-saving cycle works”! It’s a chain reaction that affects all aspects of your lifestyle. Not only are you changing to an organic lifestyle but you’re also looking into improving how your finances work for you. I’m excited to see just how many projects I can start with the money I save.