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Meet the blogger who proves that “sustainable fashion” isn’t an oxymoron.

March 31, 2017

This week, we had the pleasure of interviewing Natalie Smith! She’s the creator of Sustainably Chic, a conscious consumer blog and community. With her simple mantra of “shop positive, shop small, shop sustainably”, her work inspires and guides her readers to make the best ethical and eco-friendly buying choices...while looking smashing at the same time.

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5 Ways to Spring Clean the Green Way

March 16, 2017

Spring cleaning: you either love it or hate it. But if you use it as an opportunity to make your life and home more eco-friendly, it just might make it easily worth your time. Here are five ways to do just that.

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Trading Tupperware for Terracotta: the “More Clay, Less Plastic” Movement

February 23, 2017

The “More Clay, Less Plastic” movement began as a Facebook group where ceramic artists could come together. Now, it’s gaining momentum as it inspires people all over the world with a simple message: if it was made of clay before, it can be made of clay again. Their mission is to encourage people to reduce plastic waste by replacing kitchen items with the sturdy, natural and ancient art of earthenware.

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What we can learn from our ancestors about eating “green”.

February 09, 2017

How can we eat a more sustainable diet?  We talked to a raw foods chef about how the so-called “living foods” diet not only improves personal health, but drastically reduces food-related waste at the same time.  Whether you want to try going 100% raw, “meatless Mondays”, or something else, there are ways you can make a huge impact by making small changes to your eating habits.  

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How to Live a Good Life the Simple Way: A Minimalist Perspective

January 26, 2017

We’re becoming more and more fascinated with the minimalist lifestyle; the idea of living with less stuff, and creating more space physically, mentally, and emotionally for fuller, happier lives.  For this post, we interviewed a team member of “The Minimalists”, a new and popular documentary, to learn about the ways minimalism lines up with our values of sustainability, community, and convenience.  

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7 Things Eco-conscious Hikers Always Do

7 Things Eco-conscious Hikers Always Do

January 11, 2017

The concept of “leave no trace” usually refers to travelling or visiting natural areas, and for eco-conscious hikers and campers, it influences their actions every time they hit the trails.  Since 2017 was declared as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, this is the year to up your game on “no trace” travel.  Your outdoor excursions are a great place to start the habit!  

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How to Have Yourself a Merry Little "Green" Christmas

December 15, 2016

The holiday hustle demands sacrifices; being mindful of your environmental impact is often one of them. But there are plenty of ways you can have an eco-friendly Christmas without forking over any extra money, time, or trips to the store.  

Check out some of our ideas!

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The Clean, Strong, Sustainable Wood...That Isn’t Even Wood

November 16, 2016

Bamboo is a woody grass, but it’s easy to mistake for a tree.  And that’s exactly why it’s becoming a game-changer for forest conservation and healthy, sustainable living: it doesn’t just look like outperforms it.

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