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Today on The Balancing Act, we’re talking all about the birds and the bees, plus how milk is made sustainably and how to have the ultimate home spa day.

First, managing your finances is not only difficult, but it can also be emotionally taxing. Enter Truebill, a budget and bill tracker app that helps you take control of your finances.

Then, why are bees are so important to our food production, and how can we all make a difference! Bayer Crop Science has various initiatives that are helping ensure that our pollinators continue to thrive. Feed a Bee, a major initiative to increase forage—the plants and flowers that pollinators use for food—has planted over three billion wildflowers since 2015.

Next, you can take the ultimate home spa day thanks to SpaRoom®’s complete line of products. SpaRoom® is the world’s leading expert in all things aromatherapy and specializes in diffusers, essential oils, and hemp oils.

Switching gears, let’s talk about sex. Lovehoney ® develops unique, innovative sex toys and sexual well-being products. They’ve teamed up with fun and exciting brands to bring you the very best of sexual happiness.

Finally, do you really know how milk is made? Dairy farming in Florida is a multi-generational business that’s employing sustainable new measures to deliver milk from the farm to the fridge. Florida’s dairy farmers work hard to bring milk to the family table in an environmentally friendly way.


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