By Becky Striepe on May 16, 2013
Single use plastic is a scourge on our environment, yet we continue to produce and use plastic products that are designed to head straight to the landfill after we use them just one time. Products like plastic straws and baggies are so ingrained in our culture, many of us can’t imagine not using them in our day-to-day.
By Becky Striepe on February 28, 2013
Is your stash of reusable grocery bags a little slim? Beef it up with these DIY ideas!
By Becky Striepe on November 28, 2012
You don’t have to be crafty to have a handmade holiday! You can buy handmade gifts like these awesome book journals for the folks on your list instead.
By Becky Striepe on November 2, 2012
Finding ethical maternity clothing can be a little bit of a challenge. You can buy second hand or organic, but if you want to support handmade artisans and add a few super cute pieces to that maternity wardrobe, handmade maternity clothes are the way to go! Here are a few that I’m ogling on Etsy right now.
By Becky Striepe on August 20, 2012
Atlanta’s historic bar, Manuel’s Tavern, recently announced that its new recycling program has reduced their trash output by one dumpster per week. Adding recycling to their waste disposal is helping them reduce their impact on the landfill and saving them money at the same time. Here in Atlanta, businesses pay based on how many dumpsters [...]