These are some of my favorite products I use in my home, love, & recommend to help you create a healthy and organized home!



Non-toxic cleaning products and tools that I use and stand behind.  They’re made with clean and safe ingredients to keep you and your family healthy!

branch basics

Branch Basics Concentrate – This concentrate is non-toxic and is all you need to clean every room in your home. I love that the starter set comes with the concentrate and several bottles to make all purpose cleaner, bathroom cleaner, window cleaner, and more. Use this link to get $10 off your first order!

Dr. Bronner’s Pure Castile Liquid Soap – uses clean, non-toxic ingredients, is effective, and can be used for SO many things. I use this concentrate in my homemade all purpose cleaner.

Amber Glass Spray Bottles – I love these glass bottles! I have SEVERAL and use them for my homemade cleaning products. The amber glass helps prevent essential oils from deteriorating from sunlight.

Pure Natural Washing Soda – This is the natural, organic washing soda I use in my homemade laundry detergent.

shark steam mop

Wool Dryer Balls – I use these in place of dryer sheets. I add a few drops of essential oil to 2-3 (usually lavender) and pop them in the dryer. They soften clothes, add a great (natural!) scent to your clothes, and shorten drying time. I love that they’re non-toxic and better for the environment. No waste!

Shark Steam Mop – I love this thing! It cleans my floors well without using any harsh chemicals – just steam. Sometimes I add lemon essential oil to the water to add a fresh scent and to help cleanse.

Shark Rotator Professional Vacuum Cleaner – This vacuum cleaner is lightweight, bagless, and so easy to use. Just empty the canister when it gets full.  No wasting bags!



Organizing Cart – I love this organizing cart! I use one to store my kids’ art supplies and one to store my teaching supplies. It is easy to put together and holds up very well! (Watch my IG Organizing highlight to see how I used it.)

Y Weave Medium Storage Bin – These bins are great for organizing all sorts of things in the home! I used them in my organizing cart.

Y Weave Small Storage Bin – Great bins that I use in my organizing cart.

Y Weave Mini Storage Bin – more cute storage bins!

3-Pack Medium Storage Trays – These are great for storing little art supplies!

3-Pack Long Storage Trays – I love these for storing pencils and other writing/drawing supplies.

4-Pack Small Storage Bins – Cute, in-expensive bins for organizing the home!

Erin Condren Life Planner – I love my Erin Condren Planner. It helps keep me on track with my goals and to-do lists!

weekly meal planner

Bloom Planner – This is another great planner I use.  It’s more simple and thinner than the Erin Condren one, making it easier to carry around.

Weekly Meal Planner – This is my weekly meal planner, grocery list, and meal prep checklist to make meal planning those healthy meals easier!



Popsicle Molds – These have a top to avoid spills and a funnel to help pour your popsicle mixture without spilling! The popsicles pop right out after they’re frozen!

Natural Jute Twine – great for hanging fresh herbs to dry or for hanging your kids artwork up on with clothespins.

Marble Mortar and Pestle – great for grinding freshly dried herbs from the garden!

Lodge Dutch Oven – great for making kombucha, sourdough bread, braising meat, and more! And it’s safe and non-toxic!

Glass Food Storage Containers -In my effort to reduce toxins in my home, I’ve switched to using glass containers to store food, instead of plastic.  I love these ones!

Cuisinart 12-inch Skillet – This pan is great! I doesn’t release toxins into your food, like Teflon-coated pans do.  It’s great for pan-searing, sautéing, or cooking something with a sauce.

Green Pan Lima Ceramic Pan – This little pan is perfect for cooking eggs. I use this almost daily! It has a non-stick ceramic coating, that is safe and non-toxic.

Lodge Cast Iron Skillet with Silicone Handle – A good cast iron skillet is pretty much essential to any kitchen. It is so versatile!  I love that you can use it on the stove, in the oven, or over a campfire. Also, cooking with a cast iron pan adds some iron to your food, which is great if you have an iron deficiency.

Bamboo Salt Container – Salt is the seasoning used most often, so I like the idea of storing it in this cute container right next to the stove.

Soda Stream Sparkling Water Maker – I enjoy drinking sparkling water when I want to break up the monotony of regular water. I love using to make my own sparkling water with different fruit combinations to add some flavor!

Sourdough Bread Banneton Basket and Tools – This kit comes with mostly everything you need to make homemade sourdough bread (just add water, flour, salt, starter, a mixing bowl, and a Dutch oven). It includes a dough scraper for shaping your loaves, a proofing basket, a linen cover, a scoring lame, and replacement blades.

Glass Swing Top Bottles – I use these bottles to make kombucha. They seal air-tight; so they’re perfect for the second fermentation.

Glass Beverage Dispenser with Spigot -This is similar to the glass container I use to make kombucha. I use this (without the lid on) for the first fermentation, before bottling in the air-tight bottles.

Instant Pot – I love my Instant Pot! It makes cooking dinner so much faster! This is the Instant Pot of all Instant Pots with the options to pressure cook, sauté, air fry, steam, slow cook, dehydrate, and more!

Milk Frother – This milk frother works great at frothing my almond milk for my coffee or matcha, without having to pay for an expensive espresso machine.

Reusable Food Storage Bags – I use these bags to store food, to avoid one-time use plastic, to live more sustainably. I love that they’re BPA and BPS Free.

Health & Wellness


Foam Roller – Great for massaging your muscles and relieving tension.  Check my IG reels to see some ways I use my foam roller to relieve neck and upper back tension.

Organic Elderberries – I use these to make elderberry syrup.  So simple to make and great for immune health!

Gaia Herbs Adrenal Health Daily Support -I’ve dealt with adrenal fatigue due to stress, and this helped support my adrenals and really helped me respond to stress better.

Adren-All – I’m currently using this adrenal supplement.  It is similar to the Gaia Herbs one, but contains some different ingredients, like a blend of vitamins. This one seems to work a little better with helping me deal with stress and increase my energy.  I can feel a big difference when I take this! I feel much more patient and relaxed.

Silicone Cupping Set – Watch my video on IGTV (@brittbringsithome) to see how and why I do cupping. Cupping with these has helped so much with relieving muscle tension and pain in my body.

Mary Ruth’s Organic Turmeric Gold – This supplement contains turmeric (great natural anti-inflammatory super food), ginger (helps relieve pain and inflammation), black pepper (increases the absorption of the turmeric and ginger), cinnamon bark, rosemary, and sage. It works great for reducing pain and inflammation naturally.

Cannovia Peppermint CBD Oil – CBD oil has so many benefits, like reducing pain, helping with digestive issues, colds, headaches, sleep, and relaxation. I love that this one also peppermint essential oil, which adds to the pain-relieving benefits.

100% Pure Absorbic Acid Vitamin C – I love this Vitamin C because is has no sugar! It is 100% pure Absorbic Acid. No sugar allows the Vitamin C to be absorbed more and used by the body to strengthen the immune system, rather than neutralizing the free radicals caused by the sugar. We are taking this to strengthen our immune systems during cold/flu/COVID season.

Thorne Vitamin D/K2 – Vitamin D and Vitamin K2 work together to support a healthy immune system, as well as healthy bones, muscles, and heart. We’re taking this daily during cold/flu/COVID season.

Megasporbiotic – This is a great spore-based probiotic that survives your harsh stomach environment and makes it to your gut. It supports gut and immune health.

Mary Ruth’s Morning Multivitamin -I love how clean this multivitamin is! It doesn’t have sugar as one of it’s main ingredients, as many multivitamins do. In fact there’s ZERO added sugars. It’s naturally sweetened with some vegetable glycerin and noni juice. It’s also safe to use for children.

Mary Ruth’s Organic Liquid Ionic Zinc – We’re also taking this Zinc supplement daily to prevent cold, flue, and COVID. It helps support the immune system, combat stress, support healthy skin and hair, and support healthy endocrine system.

Blue Bonnet Super Quercetin – This is a natural anti-histamine that’s an antioxidant found in foods like apples, onions, and green tea.

Activated Charcoal – I’ve added this activated charcoal powder in my baths and have mixed it in a glass of water to drink to help remove toxins.  I’ve also used it as a teeth whitener. Just add some water, apply to teeth, let sit for about 10 minutes, and rinse out!

Clean Beauty


Attitude Shower Gel – This shower gel is non-toxic and won’t dry your skin out!

Aleavia Body Wash – This is another body wash I’m LOVING. Not only is it super clean and non-toxic, it is also GOOD for the skin. It’s has prebiotics to help level the pH in the skin and feed the good bacteria on your skin (yes, your skin needs to have bacteria on it, just like your gut does). It is so nourishing and doesn’t dry the skin out at all.

Kiss My Face Whenever Shampoo – This is a super clean, nourishing shampoo that I use and love!

100% Pure Honey & Virgin Coconut Restorative Conditioner – This conditioner is clean and very moisturizing – great for dry or damaged hair!

Primally Pure Dry ShampooI  love this dry shampoo! It’s made with super clean, organic ingredients, and it works really well! They have one for light hair and one for dark hair.

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Aunt Fannie’s Probiotic Power Hand Soap – This hand soap is non-toxic, not drying to the skin, and full of beneficial bacteria!

Primally Pure Charcoal Deodorant – This deodorant is clean and safe, without harmful aluminum and it contains eucalyptus and peppermint essential oils for a nice, fresh scent!

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Beautycounter Counter+ Lotus Glow Cleansing Balm – I absolutely love this cleansing balm! It makes my skin feel so smooth and gives it a nice glow! It’s also multi-purpose – it can be used as a cleanser and as a moisturizer on your face or your body.

Beautycounter Countertime Lipid Defense Cleansing Oil – This cleansing oil makes my skin feel so soft, it brightens it up, and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.

Beautycounter Countertime Mineral Boost Hydrating Essence – This is like a toner – it balances the pH of the skin – but is even better! It has tons of nutrients to help boost the hydration and reduce wrinkles.

Beautycounter Counter+ Overnight Resurfacing Peel – This is a safe, non-irritating chemical peel that exfoliates, removes dead skin cells, and brightens the skin.  I use it a few nights a week before I apply moisturizer.

Beautycounter Counter+ All Bright C Serum – This serum has two forms of Vitamin C to help brighten the skin! I apply it each morning before my moisturizer.

Beautycounter Countertime Tripeptide Radiance Serum – This serum has a concentrated dose of ingredients to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, without Retinol, which can be very irritating.  I apply this each night that I don’t use the Overnight Resurfacing Peel.

Beautycounter Countertime Antioxidant Soft Cream – Such a great moisturizer to hydrate, brighten, plump, and make the skin look more youthful.

Beautycounter Countercontrol SOS Acne Spot Treatment – This is a great, non-irritating spot treatment that helps blemishes go away quickly!

Beautycounter Skin Twin Featherweight Foundation – This is clean, weightless foundation that provides buildable coverage.

Beautycounter Skin Twin Creamy Concealer – This concealer, with buildable coverage, conceals under eye circles and blemishes.

Beautycounter Mattifying Powder – This powder does a great job with reducing shininess and setting your makeup.

W3LL People Natural Hypnotist Eyeliner – clean, natural eyeliner that glides on smoothly!

Beautycounter Think Big Mascara – This is the BEST clean mascara I’ve used.  It’s lengthening and volumizing, and it glides on so smoothly.  

Beautycounter Sheer Genius Conditioning Lipstick – This lipstick conditions and nourishes your lips while providing a nice, sheer color.

Food Favorites


ButcherBox MeatI’ve been ordering my meat from ButcherBox for a few years now, and I’m very happy with it! Their meat is great quality. The animals are never given antibiotics or growth hormones. Their beef is 100% grass-fed and finished, their pork is heritage breed, and their chickens are pasture-raised.

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Epic Bars – I love Epic bars, and this bacon cranberry bison flavor is my favorite! They make for a great, healthy grab-and-go snack.

Lara Bars – One of my favorites gluten-free, dairy-free, not highly-processed snacks. This kind has just 4 simple ingredients – dates, peanuts, chocolate chips, and peanuts.

Four Sigmatic Mushroom Cacao Mix with Reishi -I love Four Sigmatic products! This one is a great one for drinking before bed to help relax you!

Four Sigmatic Mushroom Coffee Mix with Lion’s Mane – Four Sigmatic Mushroom drinks taste delicious! You can’t even tell they’re made of mushrooms. This one is great for drinking during the day to help you focus and think more clearly.

Thrive Market Coconut Oil – Thrive Market has the best deal on coconut oil. Only $20 for this huge thing that lasts forever! I use coconut oil for a lot of my baking. It has a smoke point of 350 degrees, so I wouldn’t use it for roasting or cooking at temperatures higher than that.

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Thrive Market Avocado OilI love cooking with avocado oil. It has a high smoke point (520 degrees), isn’t inflammatory like vegetable oils, and doesn’t give the food an avocado taste.

Thrive Market Organic MCT Oil – This is Medium Chain Triglyceride Oil made from ethically sourced coconuts. It’s a liquid form of coconut oil. I use it in my homemade peanut butter and sometimes add it to my coffee or smoothies to bump up the healthy fats and give me energy.

Thrive Market Organic Maple Syrup – This is a great deal on Thrive Market – $20 for a 2 lb. jug of organic, Grade A maple syrup from Vermont! When I bake or fix my boys’ oatmeal, I use either maple syrup or honey for natural sweetness.

Organic Arrowroot Powder – This arrowroot powder is a thickening agent that is a healthy substitute for cornstarch or flour.

Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil Mayo – healthy mayo made with simple, clean ingredients and no inflammatory vegetable oil.

Redmond’s Real Salt – I love this salt.  It’s mined in America and hasn’t been refined to remove all the great minerals.



The 21-Day Sugar Detox by Diane Sanfilippo – This book helped me so much with reducing sugar cravings!

Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo – This book is an excellent resource if you’re getting started with eating a healthy, balanced diet. It gives meal plans for health concerns, like Blood Sugar Regulation, Autoimmune, Healthy Hormones, and Digestive Health, and recipes and lifestyle tips to go along with each plan.

Toxic: Heal Your Body from Mold Toxicity, Lyme Disease, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, and Chronic Environmental Ilness by Neil Nathan, MD – Super interesting book about how mold and Lyme disease can affect the body and how to heal and prevent mold toxicity!

Wired to Eat by Robb Wolf – a great book on resetting your metabolism, figuring out what foods work best for you and your body, and how to lose weight and be overall healthy in a sustainable way.

Sacred Cow: The Case for Better Meat by Diana Rodgers, RD and Robb Wolf – This book goes into the problems with how farm animals are raised, why veganism is not the solution, and what the solution is.

Eat the Yolks by Liz Wolfe, NTP – This book addresses the myths and misinformation in the health and nutrition world and how things like fat, cholesterol, and egg yolks are actually a GOOD thing.

Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking by Samin Nosrat – Such a good book for learning the basics of cooking and flavors. Helps you go from just reading and following a recipe to becoming more independent and creative in the kitchen.

The Beekeeper’s Bible: Bees, Honey, Recipes & Other Home Uses by Richard Jones – Such a great resource for learning about beekeeping!

Essential Oils:  Ancient Medicine by Dr. Josh Axe, Ty Bollinger, and Jordan Rubin – Such a great resource for knowing how to use essential oils, benefits of different essentials, essential oils to use for different things, and DIY recipe with essential oils.

The Tapping Solution to Create Lasting Change:  A Guide to Get Unstuck and Find Your Flow by Jessica Ortner – This book teaches what tapping is, the benefits of tapping, and how to tap to identify and deal with road blocks to a happy and healthy life.

The Road Back to You:  An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile – This book goes into depth about the enneagram personality  system – figuring out what type you are, understanding yourself and how the world sees you, connecting the enneagram system to the Bible, and applying the knowledge you learn to better yourself and love others more.

Rule #1:  The Simple Strategy for Successful Investing in Only 15 Minutes a Week! by Phil Town – Such a great book for beginner investors!

Raising Them Up:  Parenting for Christians by Israel Wayne – Great book for Christian parents to learn how to parent God’s way, by discipling our kids and reaching their hearts.

Jesus Calling:  Enjoying Peace in His Presence by Sarah Young – A 365-day devotional with a message of peace and comfort for each day. I read through it last year, and it’s so good!

The 3 Minute Gratitude Journal for Kids – We use this as part of our homeschool each day to help our kids focus on all we have to be grateful for.

How Great Is Our God – I love this book! We use it as a devotional with the kids before bed to teach them about God, how great He, scientific facts about the world He created, and how much He loves us!