Perfect for those lunches on the go or picnics at the beach! Once you've eaten your lunch, the wetbag transforms from a lunch box to a bag to hold your wet suits! Newest release from @planetwiseinc Magic Carpet!
We are SOOOOO EXCITED🤩🤩!! Our REUSABLE Once Upon A Child Bags have arrived!! To celebrate we are having an AWESOME EVENT!!🛍🛍🛒🛒 🔥🔥🔥BUY AND SELL EVENT🔥🔥🔥 Purchase an AWESOME bag for $2.00 and stuff it full between May 31st-June 2nd to receive 30%OFF anything gently used that SCREAMS SUMMER!!🌞🌞!! *Starting today we will pre-sell bags for the sale date!! Return with your new bag full of freshly laundered kids' stuff and coupon to receive TRIPLE POINTS⭐️⭐️⭐️!! #onceponachildcambridge#sellbuyrepeat#reusablebags#reuseandrecycle#sale#cambridgeON
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It's a last day of school for a lot of the schools, here in Arizona. So Cheers and thank you to all the educators for another great year!
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Simple things you can do everyday to take care of Mother Nature 🌿
* Reduce, reuse, and recycle. Cut down on what you throw away. * Volunteer. Volunteer for cleanups in your community. * Educate. * Conserve water. * Choose sustainable. * Shop wisely. * Use long-lasting light bulbs. * Bring a mug to the office instead of using polystyrene cups. * Carry a water bottle with you.
Did you hear about the plastic bag ban in certain towns in Connecticut? Gov. Ned Lamont suggested a 10-cent surcharge on plastic bags in his state budget with all the revenue going to the state. That measure, which concerns the anti-bag advocates, would raise $30 million for the state in 2020.
The state law approved by legislators Monday would not prevent towns from having stricter regulations on bags. Stamford charges 10 cents per paper bag, and other towns, like Darien, have considered fees. Norwalk, Stamford, Greenwich, New Canaan, and Hamden have passed plastic bag bans.
HAPPY WORLD TURTLE DAY! 🌊
I love stickers and pins, especially when they help save the sea turtles!
Help raise awareness today by pinning these cute pins on your backpack or lanyard! These stickers are perfect for reusable water bottles and any laptop!
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After getting rid of paper towels and napkins I moved on to sandwich bags! I’ve tried several reusable options. These are my faves so far bc they done leak or bleed. Strawberries didn’t soak through. Of the two I would recommend the Lang Sprit the most. Cute patterns too!! Got these on Amazon.
I realized that I can’t become self sustaining over night and accepted that it can be done one step at a time. Gotta learn new things and break old habits. Eventually self sustaining will be our reality 🤗
Series Using Textile Waste (4 of many)
TEXTILE SWATCH WASTE
These are swatches in large yardages or small squares created either for the approval process as sample swatches or leftover at production process.
These particular pieces are leftover from beautiful silk drapes and are fully embroidered and were not ready to be trashed.
YES WE PROUDLY WORK WITH TEXTILE SWATCH WASTE
🌍 ‘Somewhere inside all of us is the power to change the world.’ - Roald Dahl
Lately I have been thinking a lot about the impact of one person. One human being. When I try to take another step towards less plastic I feel I can make a difference and I feel that every step counts.
But when I step into a supermarket I see all the products around me packed in plastic, plastic and more plastic it makes me lose a bit of my super power. And when I see people pack a bunch of banana’s in three plastics produce bags to protect them (?), for a moment I lose a bit of my super power. What can I do, what can I change as an individual. It’s just me.
And then again, I get my bags out. My reusable produce bags. And fill them with unpacked fruit and veggies. And there it is.... I’m uploading my super power again.
We really can do this. We can change the world. Each of us has super powers. And if we use those powers the right way, we can change the world.
Don’t get me wrong. We don’t need to be perfect. I’m not. I’m far from perfect. I’m just trying to use those powers and make a difference.
Every time you use a reusable bag. Every time you refuse a plastic straw. Every time you refill your reusable water bottle. Every single time. You make a difference.
Speaking of the power to change the world.... have you voted today already? Make a change and vote for our planet!
Today we celebrate the World Turtle Day.
Let us do what we can to protect the habitats of turtle and tortoises. 🐢🐢🐢 How can we help?
One way is to reduce the amount of garbage you produce and clean up trash you see on the beach. Bring reusable bags instead of throwing away plastics.
Never forget your reusable shopping bag again! Roll up our roomy market tote with the attached twill tie, toss it in your purse—and know it's always there when you need it. (Or use it AS your purse. It's that cute!)
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Today’s What’s in your Bag Wednesday comes from Teresa Olson from @traveldesignbyt (Travel Design by T). Teresa is a luxury travel advisor who’s known for her great taste and attention to detail. Here’s what she keeps in her Sackologist bag! Enjoy!
Hi guys! I’m so happy to be included in this series! Here’s a collection of things I always keep in my travel bag. (Top going clockwise.) 1. Neck pillow: I’m always in search for the perfect neck pillow to ease the discomfort of flying in coach. But it’s not just for use in planes. I use it in the hotel too because sometimes hotel pillows are not quite firm enough to prop yourself up while reading and whatnot. I have quite a few pillows but I like this Memory Foam one from Brookstone because it is cool to the touch and fits easily in your bag.
2. Compression socks. It’s a must! They prevent swelling, and promotes blood flow. They also keep my feet warm and make me feel more comfortable on the plane.
3. External charger. Delays, cancelled flights and not a charging station in sight. DO NOT LEAVE HOME WITHOUT IT.
4. phone (of course) Check with your carrier before you travel. I get AT&T’s International Day Pass for $10/day so I’m always connected.
5. Air pods. I like to brush up on my French so I listen to French grammar lessons during a long flight. Pourquoi pas?
6. All purpose salve for dry hands... dry anything. I’m all about being moisturized and smelling nice.
6. Tiny little pill container from Italy. I don’t want to look like a grandma with my Monday, Tuesday Wednesday pill box so I carry this with just 2-3 day’s supply of whatever medication I need.. I picked this up on a recent trip to Venice. The shopkeeper told me the tree stands for good luck. So far so good!
7. Face mask or eye mask. I like to stay hydrated on the plane because the cabin air dries you out. I want to look fresh, hydrated and dewy when I land. And yes, I don’t care what people say when they see me wearing that mask.
8. Tissues and Wet Wipes. I am bordering on OCD when it comes to being clean. I wipe down everything. They say that the tray is one of the germiest places on the plane so I always... continued in comments!
Skip the single-use... and share the sustainable love. 💚
Bringing reusables makes a bigger difference than you know, never forget that!
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Our thoughts on England banning plastic straws, cotton buds and drink stirrers from April 2020:
1. Excellent news! And a sign that overwhelming pressure and a change in public opinion can really bring about change 💪🏻😍
2. Really happy that straws will still be available for the disabled and elderly who REALLY need them 👏
3. The ban on plastic stirrers is a total ban, about time! 👀
4. More decisive action is needed, this is great news but let’s use it as momentum to get even more meaningful restrictions on plastic 🙌🏼
Plastic bags? Disposable cups? We're coming for you! 😈