3 Ways to Get (Remotely) Creative with Back to School

Fall is just around the corner and the traditional “welcome back to school” is looking quite different this year, for elementary schoolers and college kids alike. As we’re all adapting to a more digital and distanced world, it’s important to focus on the little things you can do to make each remotely back to school or work day… Read More »

What To Look For When Shopping Factory Refurbished

If you don’t know what to look for when shopping factory refurbished, have no fear! We’re here to help you make informed decisions around buying products in this condition, so you can save a good chunk of cash while saving the planet, too. What does Factory Refurbished mean? Factory refurbished items look and feel new, but are less… Read More »

8 Awesome Things that Happened to Our Planet this Year

We’re not going to sugarcoat things: our environment needs help… a lot of it. Plastic is overwhelming oceans, landfills are reaching max capacity, more species are going extinct, and climate change is becoming more severe just to mention a handful of the most pressing environmental concerns that constantly fill the news. That being said, environmental news isn’t all… Read More »

Stay Healthy and Avoid Cold & Flu Season this Winter

Stay healthy this winter with ease! It’s that time of year. Shutter your windows and load up on gallons of hand sanitizer: the dreaded winter plague has arrived. With public spaces filled with a chorus of flemmy sounding coughs and the number of healthy coworkers in the office dwindling, not succumbing to the winter plague seems inevitable. Well,… Read More »

Benefits of Winter Produce: Your Guide to Shopping & Cooking Seasonally

Winter produce needs more appreciation. We’re here to provide it! One of the easiest ways to lead a more sustainable lifestyle is to buy in-season produce—  bonus points if it’s local! When you go to any regular grocery store, the vast majority of the produce that you see is actually out-of-season and, is therefore, also imported. Many people… Read More »