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One of the biggest misconceptions out there about climate change is that “it won’t hurt me, my friends, or my family,” at least not in this lifetime, so there is little reason to care, especially on top of all of the other problems you have to worry about in your life on a daily basis. The Yale Climate Opinion Maps of 2018 show that almost half of Americans believe that climate change is not harming anyone in the United Sates and that it will not… Read more

Posted by Haley Salmon, Owner & Founder on Feb 23rd 2022

Every single product has a story, starting with an idea and going from the extraction of the materials to the production, distribution, consumption, and then finally disposal. Yet there are multiple problems with this system that intentionally prevents sustainability and ends up harming our planet and the people that inhabit it. Those in the United States or other developed countries are, generally speaking, using too many material goods too quic… Read more

Posted by Haley Salmon, Owner & Founder on Jan 26th 2022

We all know by now that money is really what makes the world spin, no matter how much we wish it could be otherwise. "All you need is love..." and food to eat, water to drink, a place to sleep, clothes to wear, or even just something to occupy your time so you don't go mad. We all need money, we all continuously spend money, and we can sometimes start to feel powerless beneath the monotony of it all; spending money just to survive or find fleetin… Read more

Posted by Haley Salmon, Owner & Founder on Jan 16th 2022

Carbon offsets are a way that individuals can make up for the environmental harm and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions that they create throughout their daily lives or to ease the guilt of living a little bit more luxuriously. But why is that necessary, when should I do it, and how does it really help anything? CO2 emissions can be offset in a number of ways, including through personal environmental volunteer work that goes towards general… Read more

Posted by Haley Salmon, Owner & Founder on Jan 16th 2022

Bamboo is a well-known sustainable material and has been taking over the eco-friendly product scene, especially in regards to sustainable fashion, but bamboo products that are entirely made in the U.S.A are still so hard to find. Why is that, and how does that impact the sustainability of bamboo? Bamboo is hailed for its ability to grow very quickly (up to 3 feet a day!) and the fact that it uses less than 30% of the water that some othe… Read more