Choosing to spend money wisely can have a major impact. If your idea of the perfect gift includes being kind to the environment and supporting fair trade practises, then you’re in the right place. This year, if you are shopping online, consider one of these 12 eco-friendly, sustainable and fair trade online shopping alternatives.
As somebody that loves yoga, I can tell you that yoga is a lifestyle, a way of life. This means that any yoga gift idea is not only welcomed, but may be truly appreciated and loved. If you are looking for gifts to offer to friends or family who like yoga and meditation, check out the following gift options. From clothing to home accessories, any yoga enthusiast will be happy to open any of these gifts.
As the seasons change outside, the design of your home should subtly reflect that inside. Fall decorating is all about adding warmth and expressing your style. The warm, earthy colors, the richer textures and scents should slowly invade your living room, bedroom and patio to invoke that cozy feeling that we all love. Decorate your home for autumn with unexpected colors, fall florals, and piles of warm blankets. Here some fall decoration items that will give your home a warm and cozy feel.
If you want to build your baby registry with sustainability in mind and if you value products made from natural, eco-friendly materials and organic ingredients, then take a look at the list below with some of the best eco-friendly baby products
If you’re having your first baby you might be confused about what you should buy, right? There’s a lot of information online about what you should get buy but it’s hard to find honest opinions of practical moms. Eventually, we end up buying way more than we need, wasting our money, our time and increasing waste. This article is for those seeking practical advice from a mother of two and it’s focused on what you should not buy.
In a moment of crisis like the one we are facing with COVID19, staying in is sometimes the more responsible and useful thing you can do. But, it's not easy to stay for 2 weeks at home without feeling a little anxious, especially if you have kids. To beat anxiety and boredom, we should keep our minds and bodies busy so here are some suggestions to keep you busy that are fun, useful or both :)
Are you an eco-conscious consumer and love that free and flowy fashion style with natural fabrics, earthy colors, and patterns? Then this article is for you. To help you out, I've rounded up 8 fashion brands that are raising their voices against fast fashion and looking for sustainable alternatives that promote a circular economy and reduce their environmental impact.
Part of being present is giving yourself the freedom to follow and explore what feels most right in the moment. Mindful travel is simply applying the principle of mindfulness – staying in the present moment – to your travels. It’s about allowing yourself to release attachment to your timeline, list, or getting that social media shot.
Minimalists come in all genders, races, nationalities, social classes, and religions. It's a philosophy, rather than a strict code or an arbitrary set of rules, that invites you to let go of the unnecessary in exchange for enhanced freedom. Even though minimalism is extremely powerful, it is often misinterpreted. Take a look at some of the main misconceptions about this movement.
Travel is full of disposable products. Everything from single serving sizes to in-flight meals to takeaway dinners. It can sometimes be a challenge to be green, especially while traveling. Besides our environmental impact, there are also concerns about our cultural impact as tourists. No matter what are your concerns, one thing is certain, we're all thirsty for adventure. We just need more responsible ways to make our travels a bit more sustainable. With just a simple tips and tools, you can aim for zero waste, even during travel. Take a look at my suggestions and enjoy your next holiday without regrets!