Luxuriously Thrifty is part of the Amazon Affiliates program. Some photos in this post contain affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after click on my link. Going eco-friendly looks different for everyone, and a lot of it is really just reducing our waste and how much we … Continue reading 15 Easy Eco-Friendly Items you can Order from Amazon
Luxuriously Thrifty is part of the Etsy Affiliate Program. This post contains affiliates links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link. I never really thought about bees until recently. Up until the last couple of years, bees and all other insects were just annoyances. As … Continue reading Where to Hang a Bee House
While I preach green living and even how to travel more sustainably, it's not the most sustainable to be traveling, especially on long-haul flights. I honestly never really thought about it until recently. Traveling is something I have loved for years. I love just getting up and going somewhere new, I love planning a trip … Continue reading 5 Things you can do to Lower your Carbon Footprint While Traveling
This is the last post in my Eco-Living for the Everyday Blog Series, and may be the most important. Because we as consumers can change the way companies operate, just by shifting our focus onto better products and more sustainable options. Marketing companies are good. They wouldn't survive if they weren't, and honestly, it's … Continue reading The Dangers of Greenwashing: Why you Should Always Research and Read Labels
So, I don't have any kids. But, my friend just had her baby boy (eee!) and we were talking about cloth, biodegradable, compostable, and regular ol' synthetic disposable diapers the other day, which got me thinking about how much information there is out there for expectant mothers. The natural thought process and most everyone's consensus … Continue reading Eco-Living for the Everyday: Are Cloth Diapers Really Better than Disposable?