Happy Sunday, friends! I hope you all enjoyed an extra hour in your day to be productive, thoughtful, or well-rested. As a 21 year old in college, I haven’t purchased very much cleaning product (thanks to my mom for being a CLEAN-AHOLIC) but after checking out some prices, I see that it can get expensive to clean your home. Continue reading
If you’re anything like me, you have 2 or 3 drawers full of high school t-shirts at your parents’ home, and too many college shirts at school. I hate throwing away tees but when they’re that old, what on Earth can you do with them? Continue reading
If you’re a Truman student, I hope you had a fabulous Homecoming 2014. If you’re not, well I hope your week was still awesome. Last week I posted that I wanted to talk about shopping local today BUT I had a bit of inspiration for something else: REUSABLE CUPS/MUGS/BOTTLES! Continue reading
Okay, I have a confession to make. I am obsessed with pretty, antique looking furniture. Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn, you name it.. I love it! Clearly, I cannot afford these kind of purchases (nor do I need more pieces in my little college home) but it’s nice to dream!
Hello young people and welcome to my little environmental blog. Hopefully you found yourself here because you have an urge in your soul to start living more conscious to the decisions you make and how they affect our lovely GREEN planet so that Earth stays green for years and years to come! If you’re ready to start changing your life small steps at a time and adopt more environmentally sound habits, hop on your bike, strap on your helmet, and let’s get to it!
I try and pack my lunch (or at least snacks!) every day since I stay on campus for many hours straight, but there’s something about reusing Ziplock baggies that can gross a girl out. I ran a half marathon in Chicago last summer and made the most EPIC find in an outdoors store: Blue Avocado lunch bags. Not only does this company have so many great options to choose from for your own traveling food needs, they’re super trendy, too.
What’s better than cute, reusable, earth-friendly, and AFFORDABLE containers for our favorite foods?
You’re right. Nothin’!
I hope you check out Blue Avocado and stay tuned next week: we’re diggin’ into plants, bedroom edition!
Be kind, xoxo Rachel