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Grove Made: Eco-Friendly iPhone Cases

I’m in love. I’m in love with my iPhone case.  Thanks to grove  I get a million little extra moments of joy in my day.   This eco-chic Portland based company is a classic “case” of quality meets design.  Founders Joe and Ken married their respective…

Too much Greenwashing

Rest and sleep easy with Essentia - Literally! Greenwashing is out there in full force these days.  I'm going to make this post short and sweet as that is all it needs.  Due diligence is all you need.  Make sure you ask the sales person,…

Get Your Children Eco-Toys to Play With!

Just recently, I found an awesome eco-friendly article by that talks about toy companies for those of you environmentally friendly parents out there. If you're a parent who wants to ensure that your child is playing with the greenest and healthiest toys available, keep…
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Do You Ship Your Stuff the Eco-friendly Way?

Yes, it is definitely possible to ship your things the eco-friendly way if you aren't doing it already! After doing some research this morning, I came across a couple of tips for eco-conscious consumers out there who would like to start shipping their stuff in…

Jessica Alba Has a New Eco-friendly Baby Business!

Just recently, news broke that Hollywood actress Jessica Alba has launched her very own eco-friendly and toxic-free baby products and household items at for a monthly subscription! Super cool! According to, her brand new e-commerce company is named after her first daughter Honor.…

Toronto is a “Sustainable” City! We Win!

Check out the article below which I found here. If you love being eco-friendly then this will definitely be of interest to you! Recently, Toronto's Fluf was awarded NYIGF's Highest "SustainAbility" Status! Fluf, a Toronto-based design and manufacturing company, has received the New York International…

Introducing Organic LEDs! Flexible and Non-toxic!

Recently, Canadian researcher Michael Helander at the University of Toronto created organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) on flexible plastic substrates. Now you may be thinking, why is this beneficial to you? Creating this will help retain the high efficiency of their non-flexible counterparts and in comparison…
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