Whether you’re staying with family on Christmas Eve or attending a Hanukkah party hosted by a friend or co-worker (or any other possible holiday event) it’s customary to bring along a small token of your appreciation for your host and/or hostess. But the question remains: what to bring?
What if filling your home with the classic scent of the holidays — of spicy clove and ginger, warming orange and allspice, and exotic star anise and cinnamon — didn’t require an army of candles with potentially hazardous faux scents? Meet the simmer pot.
As the holiday season approaches, it’s time to put some thought into your shopping list. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to be eco-minded and a thoughtful gift giver this season without compromising your values.
On Small Business Saturday, shoppers are encouraged to “Shop Small” by supporting the local and small businesses they love. We’ve rounded up a few ideas for planning out your local and small holiday shopping list.
Using a couple of fresh oranges, some baker’s twine, and a little patience during drying time, you can make a gorgeous citrus garland that not only looks stunning, but smells pretty incredible as well.
New York-based sustainability blogger and interior designer Laura Baross shares her eco-conscious design tips along with how to use your passion to fuel your business.
This holiday season, host a party with pizzazz and purpose with these tips. Check out our favorite sources for eco-friendly invitations, drinks, snacks, decor and ways to give back locally.
It’s tempting — and quite easy — to write off creativity as a simple hobby, but it turns out creativity plays a far greater role in our lives than we give it credit for.
Try tidying these five areas in your home for maximum calming impact — each is one you likely interact with on a daily basis that could be affecting your wellbeing, be it physical or emotional.
Ready to ditch the plastic produce bags? While there are plenty of ready-made options available for purchase, making your own reusable mesh produce bags is inexpensive, easy, and fun!