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Feb
08

Aden + Anais Swaddlers

Greenista Girl Shivani

Fussy baby? Try wrapping your newborn in Aden + Anais organic and bamboo swaddlers. Moms worldwide have practiced this technique which can help calm your baby, keep her warm until her internal temperature kicks in, help her sleep better, and remind her of the warmness and tightness of the womb. The organic collection is made of muslin grown and manufactured in an environmentally and socially responsible manner and the bamboo line ($40/3) is made of silky bamboo fiber muslin that is super soft. Pick from fashionable prints like pyara, diwali, mela, enchanted, bloom, star struck, safari, oasis, blue sky, and snuggle bug. Plus, there is nothing cuter than seeing your tiny babe all wrapped up.

Written by Greenista Girl Shivani

Photo by Aden + Anais

Muslin’s unique light, open weave allows air to flow seamlessly through so that a baby’s body temperature can adjust naturally.
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Jun
30

Basket Case: Pack an Eco-Friendly Picnic

Brianne

Worried about all that trash your picnic generates? Don’t have a break down, just go reusable or biodegradable this July 4th. Plastic cups and plates can take up to 700 years to decompose in a landfill … yuck. Try these eco products that’ll make your picnic nicer for you and the planet.

To-Go Ware Recycled PET Case & Bamboo Utensils ($14): Bamboo fork, knife, spoon, and chopsticks in a roll-up pouch made from 100% recycled bottles.

Banana Leaf Picnic Basket ($24.99): Stuff all your goods into this basket made from, you guessed it, banana leaves.

Terramum Eco Cloth Napkins ($17/4): Ditch the paper napkins and go reusable with these super cute, decorative cloth napkins.

Bambu Veneerware™ Bamboo Disposable Plates ($14.95): Set of 8, 11-inch sturdy bamboo plates. They are biodegradable and breakdown in just 6 months!

EarthLust Stainless Steel Bottles ($21): Pack your poison (wine, water, both) in these BPA-free stainless steel bottles. They will keep extra cool and hold up to 1 liter of liquid.

Don’t forget the organic food and a comfy eco blanket made from hemp, organic cotton, or bamboo.

Written by Greenista Girl Brianne

Photo by EnvironGadget

Plastic not only adds to landfill space and takes forever to decompose. Used plastic dumped into the sea kills and destroys sea life at an estimated 1,000,000 sea creatures per year! So go biodegradable or reusable on your picnic.
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Apr
18

Bamboo Embroidered Brooches

Neha Shivani

If you’re thinking about putting your Mother’s Day shopping list together, then consider these beautiful bamboo brooches.

They’re perfect for the lady in your life who loves vintage-style jewelry. Or you can buy one for me. Hint: this is my favorite one.

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Sep
29

Under My Umbrella

Neha Shivani

Looking to match that Halloween Costume? How about this umbrella from Totes? Sure it’s a bit obvious, but isn’t that the point? The frame is made of 70% recycled steel and aluminum and the canopy is made of 100% recycled PET bottles. The handle is made of bamboo and the strap from waxed hemp: all earth friendly materials. There are a variety colors to choose from, but my favorite is the more subtle green.

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Sep
23

Beautiful Wooden Cases for iPhones

Neha Shivani

I ran across these hand-crafted wooden and bamboo cases for iPhones and iPods made by Vers.  I love their simplicity and unique look. Most importantly, they are renewable: Vers plants 100 trees for each tree they use through their partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation. Also check out their line of wooden speakers.

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