• That WaPo Article About Refilleries Missed The Forest For the Trees

    Yeah, I'm a little salty about this article in WaPo that's EVERYWHERE in the refill/eco-friendly/plastic-free sphere. You know I love a good take-apart, so let's go. 

    The writer's main issues with Refilleries seem to be:

    1. Price
    2. Location of the store itself 
    3. Being "forced" (author's words!) to use certain jars
    4. That it took a long time. 

    And to that I say: you are sorta incorrect, you definitely did *not* ask  for additional information, and you have missed the bigger picture, my friend. Here's why refilleries are wonderful spaces! 

  • What You Need to Know About Plastic-Free July!

    Plastic-free July is a one month challenge encouraging participants to refuse single-use plastics in our daily lives. And you know what? That's going to be really, really hard. 

    Plastic-free July is a global challenge to showcase just *how much* single-use plastic exists in our daily lives- and hopefully- offers alternatives and solutions to single-use. 
  • Eco-Friendly Spring Cleaning

     This spring, you can make your spring cleaning more eco-friendly AND budget-friendly. Let me preface by saying: the most green, most budget-friendly thing you can do is to use what you already have.