Like the slow food movement, we can approach the fast fashion movement the same way. More and more of us want to know where our food comes from, who grew it, how was it grown, are the animals treated ethically? etc. The same principles can be applied to fashion.
The need to organic food is definitely growing in Canada. Ten years ago when I was shopping for organic food the selection was limited and the price was steep. Today, that has changed, organic food is much more accessible, but the cost for some items is still pretty high (like meat for example).
Going green literally starts at home and now more than ever there are so many useful, safe, green options for you and your family. You don't have to do it all at once as I've said over and over again, change takes time, but why not have a little fun in the process? I love trying new items, I only buy what I need and always look for items that will really make my experience and my life better.
Today is World Water Day, it's a perfect opportunity to open the conversation around water waste and of curse water preservation. Water is the essential building block of life. But it is more than just essential to quench thirst or protect health; water is vital for creating jobs and supporting economic, social, and human developmen
Smart Swaps, The Series Thanks for stopping by the first Smart Swaps Series on The Eco Hub. Smart Swaps are healthy, effective non-toxic alternatives to common store bought items that you and your family use [...]
Smart Swaps, The Series Smart Swaps are healthy, effective, non-toxic alternatives to store bought items that you and your family use every day. Welcome back to my series, Smart Swaps, where I will give you tried [...]
From the price to the chemicals, buying a new eco-friendly mattress can be a nightmare and shopping for "natural" or "organic" one will definitely NOT have you sleeping easy. In fact, it's one of the hardest areas in the home to green and that's thanks to a number of factors.
For the average consumer trying to make more mindful choices, shopping can be a major stress thanks to clever marketing and smart catchphrases that are intended to prompt us into buying products we think are good for us. This is very apparent when it comes to buying eggs.