“There is a big difference between fresh air and an air freshener.”

Gretchen Rubin, NYT Bestselling Author

Image from Unsplash by Matthias Hyde

AQI or Air Quality Index is a term more and more people are familiar with these days due to the many Canadian wildfires.

Do a search for the most polluted cities in the world and you might be shocked at how many cities are almost always at unhealthy, severe, and hazardous levels.

Looking beyond forest fires, what other activities are the cause of such hazardous conditions?

Look into the ingredient lists of various air fresheners and you’ll see many noxious substances adding to the toxic load!

How aware are you of the things you put into your body?

How mindful are you of what’s in your food, water, and air, and their impact on your health?


What can and will you do to clean up your inner and outer worlds so we can all breathe a little easier tomorrow?


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  1. When Kathy and I first moved into Five Ponds, the house had one of those plug-in air fresheners. As someone who is susceptible to migraines, it didn’t take long for me to pull it out of the wall, over her objections. Nothing beats nature’s natural air fresheners. And people should have a neutral scent. Few things are worse than traveling in a car with a woman who has sprayed way too much perfume on herself.

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