Contact Kirsten

For any Norwex enquiries, please contact me via my Norwex site here.

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  5 comments for “Contact Kirsten

  1. September 28, 2018 at 1:48 am

    Hey there,

    I am Nick from AdvancedLEDLights, a leading provider of LED Grow Lights for commercial, greenhouse, research, and indoor growing.

    I saw that you have accepted guest posts in the past, so I wanted to reach out and ask if you still do? Our team of experts is very passionate about writing quality and engaging content. We’d love to submit a unique post written specifically for sustainablesuburbia.net . We can put together a draft for your approval.

    Here are a some topics we are currently working on. Just let me know which ones you like best:
    How To Properly Harvest, Dry, and Cure Marijuana
    Everything You Need To Know About Gardening Under LED Grow Lights
    Grow Lights For Indoor Plants: Pros and Cons of All Types
    Best Marijuana Nutrient for Stimulating Growth
    What is Behind The Cannabis Light Cycle
    10 Mistakes to Avoid When Growing Marijuana

    Please let me know what you think. I will be happy to discuss how we can collaborate for guest blogging and other projects.

    Looking forward to your reply.

    Best,
    Nick

  2. Marlene Perry
    November 7, 2018 at 9:12 am

    I was hoping to be able to download less toxic living, as a pdf to read. or if not to have a short list of non-toxic recipes for cleaning around the house, to make life simpler for me.

  3. December 9, 2018 at 6:29 am

    Hi Kirsten, I am new to Easiyo and in USA we can not get sachets. Nor want them for me. I went to your basic without sachets – thank you for that! I want to use powdered goat milk and get a runny consistency and it is not setting other than about 1/4 to 1/2 inch on top set. Rest is runny/gooey. Any help thoughts? I used plain cultured yogurt about 3-4 tbls to get it going. And your instructions are helpful however just not getting after following them. Help if you can. Sure appreciate what you offer here for so many.

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