The number 1 place to go organic is your underwear drawer and here’s why: 1. Avoid Toxic Chemicals in Your Underwear One huge reason to switch to organic cotton underwear is to reduce toxic chemicals exposure, especially in such a sensitive area of the … more
When looking for more sustainable and ethically-made fashion you’re likely to come across various certifications. What do they actually verify though? Are some better than others? Here’s a breakdown of the most common certifications you’re likely to encounter and what they mean. Sustainability + … more
Throughout our lives, we spend an average 33 years in bed, according to The Huffington Post. That’s an enormous 26 years sleeping and 7 years (seven!) trying to fall asleep. The very least we can do is to give this time the value and … more
Trying to live more environmentally conscious in Edmonton can have it’s challenges, but this city is home to many wonderful small businesses and hidden gems. For more information on ways to reduce your waste in Edmonton, check out Waste Free Edmonton’s resources and volunteer … more
The Best Natural and Plastic-Free Baby Toys and Products Right from birth, babies are surrounded by plastic in many different forms: from clothing, to toys, to furniture and more. And growing evidence is showing that babies are also consuming a lot of plastic in … more
Looking for new bedding? Sustainable fabrics are not only better for the environment, but natural and eco friendly sheets are also more breathable, absorbent, and comfortable – so better for your sleep too! Here’s a guide to help you first decide what material might … more
As everyone says, they grow up so quickly! I can’t believe we already have a toddler, but that also means we’ve had the opportunity to test out many eco friendly and organic kid’s clothes. Here are our tried-and-tested picks for sustainable children’s clothing – our favorites for comfort, style, and quality of the products, as well as the brand’s values and practices.
Socks are something many of us use regularly, and they’re a great way to support sustainable and ethical brands as they aren’t an item most people can (or want to) buy secondhand. Also, since they don’t have the same fit issues as clothing, they … more