Lisa Powers, who took over my previous website DebraLynnDadd.com in 2019 now nontoxu.com, has just released a great guide on buying nontoxic paint.
It starts by clearly explaining the toxic exposures that are often found in paint (with links to her sources) and then lists the brands she has found that do not contain these chemicals.
Many of them are tried-and-true brands I have used myself and recommended in the past.
This is the most up-to-date and thorough guide that I know of on the subject.
So we’ve made some decisions, which actually has led to some progress.
One thing I know about life is that once you decide you want something to happen in a certain way it will follow your lead. Uncertainty leads to nothing or some default.
So having made decisions, Larry is at this very moment out working on the motorhome. Yay!
A few days ago I found myself working in our nontoxic tiny home while it was rainy off and on for a few days.
I was finishing up with sanding and putting 3 coats of nontoxic finish on a spice rack that I had built for Debra. Normally, I would be doing these activities outside, except that was not workable because of the wet weather.
So I was doing this inside our tiny home. It was quite pleasant working there, creating what would eventually be a part of our new tiny home.