Tag: reusable

Eco Kits Starting at Just $25

Eco Kits Starting at Just $25

2 Minute Read. The thought of Climate Change can feel overwhelming at times. Am I right? Raise your hand if you’ve ever said this to yourself: How can I make a difference if I’m only one person? Girllll “never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, […]

My New Year’s Resolution: #DitchThePlastic

My New Year’s Resolution: #DitchThePlastic

2 Minute Read. Over the past few weeks, I’ve shared different ideas about lowering your waste. Today, I’m going to make a pledge of my own: Starting January 1st, I will track every plastic bottle, bag, straw and utensil I use for the entire year.  My goal is […]

B.Y.O.B.B. – 2 EASY Ways to Lower Your Waste

B.Y.O.B.B. – 2 EASY Ways to Lower Your Waste

4 Minute Read. [Not so] Fun Fact:  “In 2007, US consumers purchased more than 33 billion liters of bottled water …. The total energy required to produce [such a large amount] is equivalent to 32-54 million barrels of oil.” To break it down further, each bottle of water requires […]

Holiday Gift Wrap. Let’s do it the right way

Holiday Gift Wrap. Let’s do it the right way

4 Minute Read. This is my collection of wrapping paper that I’ve accumulated over the years. I didn’t buy 99% of it; instead, it came from gifts received that I couldn’t bring myself to throw out. I even [not so] shamefully keep tissue paper that has been torn because I figure, it […]

6 Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Plastic Straws

6 Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Plastic Straws

3 Minute Read. Every bit of plastic ever created still exists. WHAAAAA?!?!?!?! Crazy right? I bet you thought it all got recycled, but unfortunately it hasn’t. Now, we can’t change this fact, but we can change how much plastic is produced from this day forward […]

Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Sponges

Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Sponges

3 Minute Read. Hey, when’s the last time you threw out your sponge? **SPOILER ALERT: probably not recent enough**   A recent study published on Scientific reports proved that your kitchen sponge contains more bacteria than your toilet. And what do you do with that bacteria-infested sponge? You […]