Live Free and Clear

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As a mom of a young, messy toddler. A wife to a car junkie. I know a thing or two about tough stains. We love to camp, hike and be outdoors. Aria gets into anything and everything. She loves to play in the dirt and dig. Instead of preventing her from having fun and exploring I fight my battles in the laundry room. It is so important to let kids explore and figure out how things work, how things taste, smell, feel. Which can get quite messy. I need a detergent that is tough on our stains, but gentle on our skin. I have really sensitive, dry skin. I have battled eczema my whole life. all® free clear detergent is #1 recommended by dermatologists, allergists and pediatricians. It is not intended to prevent or treat allergies. 

I love clean laundry smell but I don't like the chemicals that it adds to my clothes and then to my skin. all® free clear detergent is 100% free of dyes and perfumes. It also removes 99% of the allergens your clothes come into contact with through out the day. Allergens such as pet dander, pollen, and dust mite matter. I love the all® free clear detergent, I really love the all® free clear Mighty Pacs®. I do get a bit carried away with my measuring out detergent. These all® free clear Mighty Pacs® help keep me from over using detergent. You just grab a pac and toss it in with your laundry. 

We live a Free and Clear life by exploring and admiring the beautiful outdoors. It can get challenging with a toddler. Finding places that are a close drive, what to pack, how to handle the messy after math of digging in the mountains. That is why you have me here to help you. Let's start off with some amazing places to enjoy the outdoors. Some of these are not stroller friendly but able to hike with a toddler on your back. Check the links below for info on stroller accessibility. 

-Rocky Mouth Falls Trail
-Little Cottonwood Trail
-Hidden Falls Trail
-Lisa Falls Trail
-Donut Falls Trail
-Ghost Falls 
-Temple Quarry Trail
-Dimple Dell Park

In order to have a successfull hike you need to be well prepared for safety measures and sanity measures. Your toddler needs to be happy in order to have an enjoyable experience. Make sure you pack a light but well thought out bag for your little one. One that can fit easily in a stroller, or things that won't take up a lot of space in your own bag. Here are things we like to pack for Aria in order to have a fun and successfull hike. 

Now that you have had a fun and successful hike, you probably are dirty. I know after a hike with Aria I can have food, dirt, dirty hand prints all over me. She will probably have dirt from head to toe as well as Brandon. I know you are probably not wearing your most important clothing anyway, but you do want them to be clean. When we hike I am usually in work out attire, or jeans and a tee. I am not entirely upset if they get ruined, but I do want to avoid it. Below are some tips I have for cleaning your clothes after a hike, or trip outdoors. 

I hope this helps you not only have clean clothes, but helps you get out there and live free and clear. A little dirt never hurt anyone!

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