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How to have an Eco-Friendly Halloween?

It's spooky season which means decorations, candy, and costumes! It's definitely a sweet treat for many, but isn't so sweet for our planet. Imagine all the plastic-wrapped candy and plastic decorations, even costumes! Boo, don't fret because there's ways to tweak your current Halloween traditions for more sustainable alternative.  DIY Costume: There's many ways to get creative with your costume! You can thrift via DEPOP, Poshmark, your local thrift store, etc. Aside from buying, you can always shop in your closet for a DIY look! Making your own costume is such a fun activity to get you in the Halloween spirit! Plastic FREE candy bags: We recommend dissing the old outdated plastic buckets and using a canvas tote or pillowcase...

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Why We Don't Litter...

Did you know it's almost impossible to recycle the following items: Receipts, toothpaste tubes, pringle box, cotton pads, & sticky notes.  

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The Gift of Clean Oceans

Plastic that ends up in the oceans can circle the Earth four times in a single year! With that being said, plastic bags are a huge problem for our oceans. Annually, approximately 500 billion plastic bags are used worldwide; that would equivalate to one million bags used every minute. A plastic bag has an average "working life" of only 15 minutes. I say we can spare that plastic bag for a reusable canvas tote. Not to mention they have some style to them ;)

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Plastic? No Thank You. No Thank You. No Thank You.

Wanna say GOODBYE to Plastic? Here's some simple and impactful ways to cut plastic from your daily routine: - Use a canvas reusable shopping bag - Invest in reusables (forks, straws, bags, etc..) - Start your own tiny garden (veggies, fruits, herbs) - Refuse plastic water bottles - Hit your local thrift store & shop secondhand  - Shop Naked ;) -food without packaging- farmers markets are always a fun way to shop!

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Clean Fashion

Think of this Blog Page as a positive thinking/learning space for everyone interested in the planet they reside! Mother Earth gives us all the essentials to live: air, water, food, etc. and lil reminder to keep her clean never hurts!

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