The Navajo Nation just surpassed New York State in Covid-19 Cases—here’s a look at why and how you can help. Currently, around 40 percent of residents in the Navajo Nation do not […]
Ditch the overpowering fancy smell of traditional candles, which emit toxic carcinogens, and try beeswax candles, which are an eco-friendly and healthy alternative with a heavenly honey aroma.
What many people don’t know, is that plastic cell phone cases aren’t just bad for the environment, they’re actually bad for our health. Most are made from toxic material that test positive for carcinogens. That’s why it’s best to invest in an eco-friendly cell phone case.
Ditch the harmful chemicals, which absorb into the body, and opt for organic, non-toxic, and plant based nail polish! By choosing a vegan brand, you’re being kind to animals, the planet, and yourself!
If you’re getting ready to do some back to school shopping, consider these eco-friendly and stylish options for backpacks and lunch totes!
Men don’t want to smell like vanilla cupcakes or unicorn farts! They can’t have sparkles and flower petals lingering on their sideburns. Their bro friends will never let them hear the end of it. But, they do want in on the zero-waste hair care movement. That’s why we’ve narrowed it down to 5 ethical, organic and vegan brands that cater specifically to men!
When it comes to maintaining a perfectly chilled temperature (especially when you are outdoors at a cookout), stainless steel wine tumblers get the job done! In this article you’ll fine 10 really cute wine tumblers with stainless steel straws and spill proof lids!
Compost acts as a natural fertilizer and soil conditioner that’s used throughout the world for organic farming, gardening and landscaping. It also acts as a natural pesticide, reducing the need for harmful chemicals in agriculture.
Best Alternatives To Plastic Utensils And Why You Should Use Reusable Travel Cutlery
By providing our children with reusable drinkware (even as early as toddlerhood) you’re instilling a green mindset, and teaching them about plastic alternatives. And they’ll carry this knowledge with them throughout their whole lives and make smarter choices in adulthood as consumers.