Tober graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in biology. While attending college full time, she worked full time for a biotechnology research lab intent on curing aging. Unfortunately funding is always in question for privately funded research laboratories, so she moved on to work in healthcare.
Tober started Tober's Traditions after developing adverse reactions to many of the common personal care products found on store shelves, and now works on her business full time while continuing to research health and developing products for her business.
Book review: Buyology: Truth and Lies About Why We Buy by Martin Lindstrom. This isn’t a book about marketing; well, it is, but it’s not your typical marketing book. It’s actually a very well written synopsis of what some new psychological research studies are telling us about our buying habits. I stumbled upon this book while searching for books on marketing. I own a business, Continue reading
As consumers become more aware of what goes into their food and personal care products, they are taking action with their wallets and purses by choosing to purchase products that meet higher standards for their health and beauty requirements. For example, choosing to buy organic, non-GMO, gluten free, Continue reading
The rabbit hole of cloth diapers all started when I was asked at an event if our laundry soap is safe for cloth diapers. My immediate response was that it's all natural, so there's no reason it wouldn't be safe. However I was corrected in my assumption regarding what was meant by "safe."
This article is bit outside of my regular posts, but a recent experience left me feeling like I need to share this for a variety of reasons. One of those reasons is to help others be more prepared than I was for circumstances out of their control. In addition, it will explain why we haven't posted much on our site recently.
STINK! The Movie The Chemical Industry Doesn't Want You To See
We're not big on television, but every now and then we splurge with organic homemade pizza, a glass of wine, and sit down to enjoy a movie instead of a book. Last night was one of those nights. With everything geared up and almost ready for the holidays, and a huge to do list starting soon, it was a night to relax. But relax I did not. I got mad. Continue reading
Book Review: Not Just A Pretty Face by Stacy Malkan.
As Alice, or in this case, Stacy, fell down the rabbit hole, she shares her story of self discovery into the very products she’s loved all her life. The same products that turned out to be nothing but a lie to take her money and likely even harm her health. What I thought would be a book about Continue reading