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Making conscious choices will be easier.
Sustainable living does not just involve using zero-waste objects like bamboo toothbrushes or steel straws. It has to be a holistic approach: The mind, body, and home should be nourished by things that are good for the Earth. You live with
Sustainable *and* fashionable!
The first (and hardest) step to starting a sustainable lifestyle is by assessing your current one and trying to unlearn everything you once knew. This also includes changing the clothing brands you used to shop at and replacing your wardrobe with more
Perfect for the beauty-obsessed plantita.
More and more beauty brands are taking the necessary steps to become more environmentally-friendly, whether it be using less plastic or creating refillable containers. But if you want a product that won't leave any waste *at all* behind, then
They're reusable!
We truly admire establishments that push for more sustainable practices. Supporting a business that operates with eco-friendly solutions help ease the problems with global waste and carbon footprint.One restaurant in Pila, Laguna aims to save the Earth one pizza at
Some even have pockets for filter sheets!
In case you missed it, wearing face masks is now required when going out, as announced by the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases on April 2, 2020. While there is a scarcity in surgical face masks
The Good Trade pop-up store will be at The Grove until December 30, 2019.
ICYMI, The Good Trade (TGT), an initiative that's all about sustainability, now has a pop-up store at The Grove in Pasig! TGT was founded by Jana Bunagan, who's one of our #ForwardFearless14 women this year.The pop-
Yes to MORE sustainable options!
If one of your goals is to live a more waste-free lifestyle, you can start with your beauty routine. Making the switch to eco-friendly beauty products is the easiest way to reduce habits that could hurt and pollute the environment.
Daniela Calumba shares the benefits of DIYing your own natural, eco-friendly routine.
With news of climate change getting worse each day, people are becoming more conscious about their environmental footprint. For example, the concept of eliminating single-use plastic is gaining a lot of traction, and embracing a zero-waste beauty routine is one
Affordable, sustainable, and accessible!
Switching to a more sustainable lifestyle can be quite daunting. You basically have to unlearn all of the things that you once thought were all right and normal. And usually, once you decide to be more environmentally conscious and socially just, you
Pamper your tresses au naturel.
Making the switch to more natural beauty products? Your hair regimen might be a good place to start. We already showed you some eco-friendly shampoo bars to try, but if you're not quite ready to give up liquid shampoos,
The environment, your skin, and your wallet will thank you.
Reusable cotton pads, sanitary pads, and menstrual cups are not the only eco-friendly beauty products you can switch to. There are also safety razors! The retro-looking shaving tool your lolo used is becoming popular again as people switch to a
You can get a discount on your drink when you use them!
City life can get really busy (and pretty exhausting), so a caffeine kick every once in a while is a must. It's always best to have your coffee at the café-you can ask to have your drink in a
For an eco-friendly skincare routine!
Aside from skipping plastic straws and cups, transitioning to lower-waste beauty routine can help you reduce your carbon footprint. Start with small changes, such as using less disposable products like cotton pads and switching to their reusable and washable counterparts. This
You can easily stash it in your purse!
UPDATE (September 27, 2018 3:36 p.m.): Daydream Republic has informed us that they have a special surprise in store for their next batch of orders. The Sip n Stash Cups will now be shipped inside cute gift boxes-so there&#
What is necessary and what is simply out of convenience?
Back in high school, I participated in a mangrove cleanup as part of a school requirement, and most of the trash collected were plastic straws. This was in 2008. I became more conscious of my use of plastic straws, and tried to
Dani Rodriguez on the truth about going zero waste.
When you think of the words "zero waste," what comes to mind? Most people write it off as a concept that's too hard-almost impossible-to live by, but that's probably because you're picturing an extreme
And they're using 'sippy cups' to do it!
In 2016, Starbucks began serving coffee with strawless lids at Seattle's Reserve Roastery. The "sippy cups" have started to roll out across the country with Starbucks' new cold-foam topped drinks. In the next few years, you can expect
There's more to it than metal straws!
Living sustainably and waste-free is an initiative that more and more Filipinos have been supporting. Not only through the "No Plastic" policy of major supermarkets and establishments, but through the minimization of plastic and non-biodegradable use altogether. Metal straws, cloth
Who says beauty needs to be harmful to the environment?
Your beauty addiction doesn't have to be bad for the environment. When it comes to shopping for your makeup and skincare essentials, there are actually tons of eco-friendly alternatives! To help you start your zero-waste beauty journey, we
Who's joining the bamboo revolution?
For the last few years, bamboo has become a popular alternative material for everyday products that wreak havoc on our environment, like single-use plastics and e-waste. According to One Green Planet, cultivating bamboo requires no pesticides, herbicides, or irrigation. It