I admit it. I’m a bad mommy. OK, not really. But every year, I forget to get my child a green outfit â€” or shirt, or something â€” for St. Patrick’s Day. What can I say? Green isn’t a color that’s in heavy rotation in my daughter’s closet. So she winds up dodging the threat… Continue reading Kid Style: St. Patrick’s Day Outfit
I have spent a lot of time lamenting the lack of clothing options for women like me. Women who care for the Earth and care about how and where our clothes were made, but who also want to look fabulous and happen to be plus sized. Thankfully, that is beginning to change, and I love… Continue reading Outfits: Three of a (Green) Kind + a LNBF Giveaway
She’s wearing: SOFT organic Stacy snap-front dress Â | Â Sam & Libby flats from Target When it comes to organic clothes for kids, there is a dead zone from about size 8 until they’re big enough to wear adult sizes as if they should wear just onesies during that period (funny enough but onesies are available… Continue reading Kid Style: Soft Organic Clothing + Giveaway!
When I began my green journey about 5 years ago, I admit I was a bit militant about it. I essentially demanded change from myself and my family, in everything from our shopping and recycling habits to the lotion we put on our skin. It was a tough transition, but it worked. We switched most… Continue reading Shop for your Green Baby at Walmart.com
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I’ve really been crushing on cobalt blue lately. There’s just something about that color that makes me happy and confident. Along with Dear Abby Leigh, I’m learning to dress for the day I want to have, and I wanted a happy, confident day (who doesn’t, right). Plus, it works really well in an outfit when… Continue reading OOTD: Feeling Stripey
You know that “arm party” trend that you’re seeing everywhere? Well, I’m completely here for that. Perfect excuse to wear all my bracelets at the same time. Well, not ALL of them, but several, at least. While most of my wrist candy has come from thrifting, DIY projects, the sale rack at Target and gifts… Continue reading It’s an Eco-Friendly Arm Party!
Like most kids her age, my daughter has to take a snack to school every day, along with a bottle of water. She’s had a stainless steel reusable water bottle for a little more than a year, and its still going strong. But we’ve always struggled with the snack. It may be convenient to drop… Continue reading Tutorial: Personalized, Reusable Snack Bags