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Back to Basics: Kotn Wants to Simplify His Wardrobe

Simplify his closet with some sustainable cotton threads he’ll wear again and again – without wearing them out!

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On Repeat: Echoes in the Attic is Making Upcycling Uber Chic

Made in Canada, discover why an upcycled bag is the eco chic accessory pick you should be making.

Smart Thinxing

Meet THINX, an eco-friendly underwear brand that may change the way you see Aunt Flo.

Can You KeepCup?

Feel good with every sip with this green solution to carrying your hot beverages around from KeepCup.

Honey Bunch

Go with the flow and add some buzz to your backyard with Flow Hive, which promises to revolutionize backyard beekeeping.

The Tides Have Turned

Repeat after me: Salmon leather. Why it’s awesome and why it matters.

Top 10 Holiday 2015 Gifts Under $10

CONTEST ALERT! Holiday gifts don’t need to be spendy to be special. Check out 10 Christmas gift ideas under $10 – plus find out how you could win a $50 prize package!

Made in the Shades

CONTEST ALERT! Meet Winnipeg-based Keepwood Sustainable Eyewear, which creates wooden sunglasses and glasses frames from sustainably sourced wood while also donating money to plant 50 trees for every pair sold. Plus, find out how you could win some sunnies for yourself!

Light the Night

In the spirit of inspiring more zen this week, I’m highlight Canadian brand Black Candle Society’s heavenly collection of potent candles.

Mosquito Minder

Banish bloodsuckers from your yard this summer with this eco-friendly and ingenious way to keep the bugs at bay from Canadian brand GreenStrike.

Find of the Month: Abeego

CONTEST ALERT! I’m a little bit crazy excited about this month’s Find of the Month. Abeego is a Canadian company that’s created an eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap that actually performs better too! Learn more and find out how you could win a three-pack of Abeego’s awesome food storage solution.

Clean Cut

Celebrate this Earth Day with an eco chic gift idea – beautiful cutting boards made from reclaimed wood from the Ottawa Valley.