5 Things to “Tidy Up” From Your Life for a Healthier Home

It’s hard to deny the satisfaction of a good spring cleaning. Scrubbing down every surface until it gleams, laundering every last piece of clothing and donating unwanted and unused items to a good cause—to name just a few of the tasks involved.

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Feel Good About Printing Your Photos

Without looking, how many photos would you guess are on your phone right now? 1,000? 2,000? More? I just checked and there are precisely 14,944 photos on my phone at present. Why don’t we prioritize printing our photos anymore?

What You Don’t Know About Your Lymphatic System

Your lymphatic system holds the keys to the immune system kingdom. Treat yours right, and you unlock all kinds of efficiency in your body’s systems. Use it and abuse it, and you could be dealing with all kinds of random symptoms that cramp your style.

How to Make Lasting Friendships in Adulthood

Think back to when you were a kid, remember how easy it was to make friends? Oh, there’s a kid who lives next door that’s in a three year age range from you? Great, you’re friends. Kid down the block who loves horses but you love trucks? Doesn’t matter, instant friends.

Coffee With A Cause, Meet Kula Project

Women-owned businesses that help create opportunities and support families. Read about our journey with Kula: Part Two. We’ll be taking part in their September Coffee Day Campaign to help raise funds to support 100,000 coffee trees.

5 Secondhand Sites to Shop Now (And Why You Should)

Gone are the days of driving to your local picked-over thrift store or consignment shop where you might be lucky to find one piece from several seasons ago, now, consumers simply open an app and search for the piece they’re looking for—and they’re likely to find it.

Supporting the Cultures We Wear

What if we could celebrate other cultures while supporting the people behind them? In this article, we take a look at the impacts of appropriation on an economic level, and spotlight one brand who has shown us what it means to truly respect people from another land.

How to Actually Remember Your Reusable Coffee Cup

We all know that disposable coffee cups are super, super unsustainable. In fact, Sixteen billion coffee cups are thrown away each year, and I’m not saying that to be a buzz kill. Meet Stojo.

Make Your Fall Bucket List

While we may not be 100% ready to put the long, lazy days of summer behind us, we’d be lying if we said we weren’t thrilled by thoughts of apple picking, vibrant foliage and sweater weather. What is it about fall that can be so energizing?

The Eco-Friendly Parent’s School Shopping List

Does back to school shopping HAVE to result in tons of waste and petroleum-based products? Its turns out, no — check out these awesome eco-friendly school supplies, and stock up for your kids this school year.

How to Live Like it’s Summer All Year ‘Round

Can you feel it? The air just a touch chillier in the mornings, darkness is falling faster, there’s a breeze that tells you a new season is not far off. Fall is just around the corner and you’re either thrilled or mourning the loss of summer.

14 Out-of-the-Box Date Night Ideas

Date night for a married couple is like, a whole big thing. But we’re sick of candlelit dinners, and we don’t want ANYTHING to do with another sticky movie theater. Break the mold for the bold with our list of new school date nights.

17 Ways to Cut Back on Waste When You Have Kids

When I had kids, my zero waste aspirations totally got rocked. But, with a little planning (and a lot of moxie), you can stay on track to reduce your waste footprint in the world’s oceans and landfills — even while raising tiny humans.

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