While I love all thing eco-friendly, sustainable fashion is one that is a little harder to adhere to. At least, in the same way that everyone is touting: you know, second-hand everything. But, just because you don't buy from Value Village doesn't mean that you can't have a more sustainable closet - without changing too … Continue reading How to Create a Greener Closet
I will preface this with the fact that I sleep with more than one pillow: the wool one in a normal size and a large body pillow used as one large pillow which I paid $20 at Wal-Mart for, so who the fuck knows what's in that one. First take: Fuck, yeah! Eco-friendly, local, and...comfortable! … Continue reading I Tried Wool Pillows. Here’s my Take
This post contains affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you click on my link. Affiliate links are marked with a 'buy it here' or 'click on photo to buy'. While the greenest way of giving a gift is to give something that's second-hand or nothing at all, that's not really how … Continue reading Gift Guide for Eco Warriors
Leading a more sustainable life should be on the top of everyone's list. But, it's hard to change every single thing you do and keep it as a habit. Not everything on the top sustainable/low-waste/plastic-free lists are going to work for everyone, especially not all at once. My friend just couldn't handle the extra responsbility … Continue reading 10 Sustainable Things I Don’t Do
Every year, we get a real tree. I had an artifical tree when I used to live in an apartment, but once I got a house, oh boy, was I beyond excited to pick out a sweet smelling winter green. Real trees can be nutty expensive, especially if you buy from greenhouses, but they look … Continue reading Real or Artificial? Which Christmas Tree is Better for the Environment?