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Organic Pillows: Kapok and more

On January 4th, 2007, posted in: Natural Bedroom by 0 Comment

Kapok filling has been around for decades. It’s extremely soft and fluffy and is derived from the kapok tree “pods”, sometimes referred to as silk java. I have every one of our pillows on my bed. Pillows are VERY personal, and hard to recommend. It’s easier to help folks with mattresses, believe it or not...

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Shipping is my business…

On November 1st, 2006, posted in: Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

Back when I first started working here as “the shipping girl”, I had no clue about anything organic. I only know organic being pesticide free, such as organic foods. But as the days passed, I’ve learned more and more about our products. All our fabrics are made from natural fibers and are cultivated pesticide-free, like..

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New Comforts on the Horizon

On October 25th, 2006, posted in: Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

The recent Mother Earth News magazine talks about “Easy Solar Power”. Believe it or not, we still get calls about this occasionally. Since my hubby left the business six years ago, we nixed the Solar stuff (that was his forte), and we’ve concentrated on the “organic comfort” end of things. We’ve certainly changed over the..

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Hi, I’m Hans. How may I help you?

On October 13th, 2006, posted in: Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

Hi, you guessed it, my name is Hans and I am the newest addittion to the Tomorrows World Family and the ONLY GUY here! Already several of you have commented on the fact that you have never spoke to a male at Tomorrows World and now that has changed. I come to you with several..

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All the info you need for Organic Bedding….

On October 12th, 2006, posted in: Natural Bedroom by 0 Comment

The new and improved CozyPure website is full of great information on organic bedding. We’re really proud to see how many details we’ve been able to add to the site for our customers benefit. We’ve included lots of information in regards to the many questions you all have and it is our hope to be..

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Chemicals and Breast Cancer

There was an interesting article in “Ms.” Magazine about breast cancer targeted to geographical areas. Apparently certain parts of the country are at higher risk because of the surrounding environment (and the chemicals). Of specific interest: “Some researchers maintain… that it reflects the advent of many new synthetic chemicals after World War II, including petrochemicals..

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To “Zzzz” or not to “Zzzz”

On September 26th, 2006, posted in: Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

I had a very interesting call today about our organic percale bedding sheets. The customer is so excited about his new sheets that he recently ordered. He was surprised how good he’s been sleeping lately. He said “I’d never imagined that such a simple set of organic bed sheets could affect the quality of my..

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Photo Shoots and Mayhem

On September 22nd, 2006, posted in: Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

We had another photo shoot today. A few toddlers running around – cute as they were, it was hard to grab a photo without the BLUR factor. But we did find one of the little girl, early on in the session. It is somewhat serene, and it works. So, we’ll go with that for the..

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We’ve Come A Long Way Baby . . .

On September 20th, 2006, posted in: Organic Apparel & Textiles by 0 Comment

Organic Cotton has come a long way, and we think this is wonderful. The fact that there are now famous celebrities joining the cause, and getting the word out, helps tremendously. Choosing organic cotton makes a lot of sense. It’s a premium fiber that feels soft against your skin, but more than that, it’s a..

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Walmart slave labor takes away USA jobs

On September 18th, 2006, posted in: Miscellaneous, Organic Apparel & Textiles by 0 Comment

<font face=”Arial”>US consumers continue to fund China’s military modernization, even as they erode their own economy and employment at home. Even worse, Wal-Mart shoppers are supporting forced labor camps where the healthiest inmates are executed for “organ harvesting”. Wal-Mart also buys heavily from slave labor manufacturing zones, where women workers are typically paid 3 cents..

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