Every little bit counts! Living more sustainably can be as simple as swapping your plastic straw for a metal one. Even adopting just one of these habits can have an incredibly positive impact.
2. Recycle! Find out your city's recycling days and make sure to follow these simple guidelines.
3. Skip the paper receipt and ask for an email instead. Each year in the U.S. the creation of paper receipts uses 12.4 million trees, 250 million gallons of oil, 13 billion gallons of water and generates 1.5 billion pounds of waste. Email's better anyways - it's less likely you'll lose it!
4. Donate gently used clothing to organizations like the American Red Cross or Working Wardrobes. Not only does this help families in need, but it also cuts down on the 17 million tons of clothing ending up in landfills each year.
5. Go old-school and air-dry your clothes - you'll save on electric and save the earth. Air-drying your clothes can reduce the average household’s carbon footprint by an incredible 2,400 pounds a year.
6. Wear organic cotton! Join us in our steps toward sustainability by exploring our more eco-friendly Organic Collection.