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Zero-Waste Tea Time

What’s the tea? Reusable, organic cotton tea bags! Tea time is a ritual for most and if you’re anything like us, you drink medicinal tea every single day. Did you know by using reusable tea bags you can also cut down on costs, up your sustainability game, and improve your health? As winter is approaching, we know it is tempting to bundle up with a warm cup of tea and wind down your day. When we bring up the topic […]

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Why Compost?

Composting is one of the eco-friendliest hacks to keep your garden nutrient-dense! It’s a rewarding process to help reduce your waste while making your own soil from your own food scraps. All you need to start is food scraps/organic waste (these are nitrogen-rich materials), a compost bin or backyard space, a shovel, and dead leaves/grass/branches (these are carbon-rich materials). First, we suggest you fence off an area in your backyard as a designated compost area. Here you can include a […]

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Plastic Ocean

You’re on a beautiful beach in Hawaii with the sea breeze blowing through your hair and salt on your skin. You feel the warm sand surround you as the surf of the water brushes up against your feet. Stunning, right? Now imagine that beautiful beach but covered in MOUNDS of plastic trash. You can’t even get close to the water since there is no room to step on the sand without getting your foot stuck in mangled trash. We all […]

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Ditch Dairy

We like to live by the motto, “Not my mom, not my milk.” We do not support or condone the dairy industry. Not only does this industry contribute to both the suffering of the mother cow and her calf, but the industry also feeds us lies about the “health benefits” of these products. Dairy is a perfect, nutrient-dense food… for calves. Let’s start by talking about the biological components of the dairy industry. Female cows, or heifers, are forcibly impregnated […]

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5 Easy Zero-Waste Swaps

Are you an aspiring zero-waster who is overwhelmed with starting this eco-friendly lifestyle? It can seem overwhelming, we get it. But no worries there! We have compiled a few easy tips to help you reduce your carbon footprint. It’s important to recognize that even the simplest swaps go a long way, such as not using single-use plastics, bringing your own to-go containers/jars to restaurants, making your own household products, and having reusable bags. By making these adjustments to your lifestyle […]

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