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Celebrate Mother Earth on Mother’s Day

Whether you are raising a glass to toast your Mum or are a Mommy yourself, there are plenty of ways to be kind to the planet while you shower Moms with presents.  For the new Mommies out there, a subscription to will fill her home with eco-friendly products and help ease the stress of being … Continue reading

International Women’s Day

Every year on March 8, the United Nations declares it to be International Women’s Day.  Women’s rights activists use this day as a day of action, individual women use the day as a day to celebrate with close women friends, and the international community uses this day to highlight ‘women’s issues’ around the globe. Last year, … Continue reading


Earlier this summer, SPAIR asked us to review their sandals.  Marketed for women on the go, these shoes are designed to be thrown into your bag and swapped out for your heels after a long day at work.  Sold for $24. 95 a pair, the sandals are made from recycled tires, from the soles to … Continue reading

Interview with Veronica Gadea of EE Cuffs

A few weeks ago, Lisa and I had the pleasure of meeting with Veronica Gadea, founder and co-designer of EECuffs, a wonderful fashion line of handmade, eco-friendly jewelry. Veronica spoke about her love for fashion and her creative energy that moves her to create her cuffs; Veronica tells us that she is “always looking for … Continue reading

Redefining Fashion, Part Two: Choose Faux Fur, Not Fox Fur

Every year, more than 75 million animals are violently killed just for the use of their fur. Animals are raised on fur farms, kept in overcrowded cages their entire lives and killed just for the use of their pelts.  The animal carcasses are left to rot or are burned after the fur has been removed … Continue reading

Redefining Fashion, Part One: Feathers Don’t Fly

What do you think of when you hear the phrase, “eco-fashion?”  Supermodels that would “rather go naked than wear fur?”  Perhaps the latest line of vegan clothing or shoes, or something made entirely out of hemp?  You might be surprised to find out that eco-fashion was around long before tie-dyed tees and tire tread shoes; … Continue reading

Redefining Women and Green

I talked about this before, but the pairing of women and good environmental stewards has come up again lately, especially when discussing the Rio+20 Summit.  There was a fantastic article on a few days ago that talked about locating women in the green economy.  I think this is a topic that deserves so much … Continue reading

I would bike to work, but…

1.  I don’t have a bike. Luckily for those that live in the DC Metro area, Capital Bikeshare has over 1,200 bicycles available at 140 various stations around Washington DC!  Bikes are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and the first 30 minutes of any ride is free. For those that want … Continue reading

Katniss – the new Super Woman

The Hunger Games made over 152.5 million in box office sales during its opening weekend, and set the biggest ever opening weekend for a non-sequel film.  The film also enjoyed the third biggest movie opening ever.  I personally contributed to the movie’s success, and I loved every minute of it! Though I was pleased to … Continue reading

Newsflash: Women Can Save the Environment Too!

I also went to see the Lorax recently, and I was excited to see a great animated film about the importance of appreciating the natural world around us.  Like Clare said, the Lorax is inspirational, and that message should be the biggest take away from it.  But for me, that take away got a little … Continue reading