Reusable Remedy

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  • Eco friendly Tips

    September 24, 2019 by

    With all the plastic polluting the ocean, being littered and other issues such as deforestation for paper products/ clearing land to build, I’ve gathered some ways individuals can do a small part to make a big difference. There are billions of people on this planet, with individuals following some of these steps it will really… Read more

  • Final Post

    December 11, 2019 by

    Looking back at my work throughout the course of the semester, I hope my publication has been worth the read. I set out to do an eco-friendly/ sustainable blog for this class with only a few ideas on what to write about and now I have a whole collection of posts on this topic. I… Read more

  • Planet-friendly parkas

    October 29, 2019 by

    Originally posted on by Hannah Rochell:
    Because keeping warm shouldn’t cost the Earth It’s officially not summer anymore! Which makes it well and truly coat weather, and as such I’ve had a lot of messages on Instagram asking me where to buy responsible winter warmers. I’ll be honest, this is not an easy one to…

  • Global warming is no joke

    October 24, 2019 by

    As I write this it is currently 70 degrees and its almost NOVEMBER. Global warming is one of the weirdest controversies because you can see it happening right before your eyes and there are some people who still choose to deny it. The weather is staying warmer longer in the year and temperatures have spiked… Read more

  • Madewell: They turn old jeans into WHAT?!

    October 22, 2019 by

    For those of you who haven’t heard of this, the clothing store Madewell, has a jean recycling program to make them into insulation for houses for communities in need. They do this through a program called Blue Jeans Go Green. Here’s how it works: you bring in any pair of jeans to a Madewell store… Read more

  • 10 Cents… Not Today

    October 21, 2019 by

    I’m sure pretty much everyone has heard about how some businesses (especially in Connecticut) have started to due away with plastic bags and charge 10 cents for paper ones. I often joke around about being a part time CT resident since I’m there so often but don’t actually live there. That being said I’m used… Read more

  • Guilt, Shame and Sustainability

    October 11, 2019 by

    This is a great blog about sustainable living. This post mentions how zero waste lifestyle isn’t “one size fits all.” Which I think is a great way to put it.

  • Imperfections

    October 11, 2019 by

    Part of the plastic problem is everyone thinks, it’s just one plastic straw or cup or whatever item you used. Now imagine everyone having this mentality and that’s how we ended up where we are. I’ll admit I’m not perfect when it comes to reusable items. I’m pretty good with using reusable bags, I’m great… Read more

  • Consignment: Helping Reduce the Tons of Clothes in Landfills

    October 7, 2019 by

    “Globally, 80% of discarded textiles are doomed for the landfill or incineration. Only 20% are actually reused or recycled.” -Remake Consignment shopping (and selling) helps reduce this problem. When clothes are consigned, you make money off of the clothes you otherwise wouldn’t have while the life of the clothing is extended by the new owner.… Read more

  • Lush: The Beauty Brand Doing Their Part to Help the Environment

    October 5, 2019 by

    I’m sure most people have heard of this company whether they’ve bought products from there or not. This company is most famous for its bath bombs but has a variety of products, all of which are sustainably made. Most of their products are package free. However, the ones that need packaging such as shampoo and… Read more

  • Seventh Generation: Plant Power

    October 5, 2019 by

    For those of you that haven’t heard of this company, Seventh Generation is a company known for cleaning products made from plants. Their brand motto is Creating Powerful Plant-Based Solutions for Home & Family For Over 30 Years. These cleaning products include household & disinfectant cleaners along with detergents and soaps for dishes, laundry and… Read more

  • Rothy’s: They’re Shoes Made from WHAT?!

    October 1, 2019 by

    For those of you who have never heard of this brand, Rothy’s is a women’s shoe company that has become increasingly popular, especially in the working world. These shoes as I said, have become increasingly popular, so much so that they now have brands imitating their original style shoe but at a cheaper price point.… Read more

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