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Making Menstruation Sustainable

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Making Menstruation Sustainable

Traditional feminine care products are often designed for single use, made of plastics, or cosmetically bleached. Considering menstruation happens frequently, this produces a lot of waste, and is not environmentally or physically healthy. Luckily, there are sustainable solutions that are better for the planet and your body. Here are a few reusable alternatives to try during your next monthly cycle. 1. Moon Pads Often, we learn how to handle our period with whatever is available or given to us, like tampons and pads, and we never really give it a second thought. But, menstrual products produce a lot of waste...

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New Year's Resolution

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New Year's Resolution

It's the time of year, where we do a little introspection and evaluate our lives. A resolution is an opportunity to set goals and make small changes to your lives that can lead to making a significant impact on the environment. If sustainability has been on your mind, take the time now to plan ahead and use these tips to help you start a sustainable routine that you can stick to in the New Year! 1. Kitchen Single-use paper and plastic are prevalent in our kitchens today. A few simple swaps will help you on your way to a more sustainable lifestyle!...

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The Gift of Wrapping (Zero Waste)

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The Gift of Wrapping (Zero Waste)

The art of gift wrapping has a long and intricate history that extends beyond convenience. A thoughtfully wrapped present can be a joy by itself, building anticipation in the receiver in the best possible way. Yet, conventional gift wrap is a significant source of waste. The U.S. spent an estimated $12.7 billion on gift wrap including wrapping paper and assorted bags in 2017, according to a paper by Sundale marketing research. Most of that gift wrap cannot be recycled due to inks used and plastic lamination, so all of this paper is destined to be purchased, torn up, and cast...

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