Plastic-Free Living

Laundry Day...but make it sustainable

Laundry Day...but make it sustainable

Up to one billion plastic jugs of detergent are purchased in the US annually, and only 10% of those may be recycled. The rest end up in landfills...

Recycling 2.0

Recycling 2.0

In 2018, we made about 292.4 million tons of municipal solid waste, otherwise known as garbage, or roughly 5 pounds per person per day. Not all of that goes to a landfill thankfully due to recycling...

3 Easy Bathroom Swaps- Oral Care Edition

3 Easy Bathroom Swaps- Oral Care Edition

It’s a basic part of everyday life - we brush our teeth. And all the things that you need for your oral health are made of… wait for it… plastic.

Baggie Baggage

Baggie Baggage

Plastic has been one of the most innovative human inventions since it all began in the late 1800’s. We keep thinking up new and exciting ways to manufacture and use it. It’s remarkable! Has so many foreseeable applications! Except, as usual, we failed to consider that one irritating little detail. What’s the end game?

Online Shopping and Shipping

Online Shopping and Shipping

Let's examine how we keep online shopping up in a way that maybe impacts Mother Earth a little less...

Valentine's Day Dilemma: Part Two

Valentine's Day Dilemma: Part Two

Let's consider the darker side of chocolate...No, not dark chocolate! But the effects of cacao farming on small farmers, children, and our Mother Earth...

Valentine’s Day Dilemma

Valentine’s Day Dilemma

Valentine's Day is upon us...There are generally two prepackaged, easy, and possibly affordable options for gifts that you'll see virtually everywhere- chocolate and flowers. Potentially great for the wallet, perhaps, but not so much for Mother Earth....

The Problematic Pandemic

The Problematic Pandemic

Let’s talk about a whole new, and as usual, totally foreseeable problem... PPE.

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