Seeds the Day

A green-friendly gift idea for Earth Day today! Ever wanted to grow your own avocados? This gift idea makes it a snap!

10 for $10: Lucky Green Edition

Tis the season for all things shamrock and good luck – so I’m featuring 10 gift ideas themed to the Emerald Isle in one way or another.

Clean Cut

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

In The Zone

I like to call today’s featured retailer a bit of a serendipitous match – awhile ago I spotted a unique gift idea via Kickstarter, but one that was woefully under-available in Canada. When I was contacted by the owner of Quebec-based Opuszone, Marlus, it seemed like fate – not only did they carry the gift … Continue reading

It’s A Wash

CONTEST ALERT! Lather up the all-natural way with British Columbia brand Jordan River Soapworks.

Flash Post: Skin Deep

This just in: I’ve been doing a little soul-searching after reading Gillian Deacon’s fantastic book ‘There’s Lead In Your Lipstick’ and you can expect to see it have a big influence on the blog. Find out how inside.

Flash Post: Rock, Paper, Hold The Scissors

What’s a rock paper notebook you ask? Only one of the neatest, greenest gift ideas I’ve seen in awhile. Check it out here!

Seed-sons Greetings

CONTEST ALERT: If you’re like me, you might have a small conflict when choosing to send out greeting cards in an eco-friendly era. The good news? Your problems are officially solved with Botanical Paperworks plantable greeting cards. The even better news? I’ve got a gift set from Botanical Paperworks worth $70 to give away!

Clean Slate

I’m in a green state of mind at the ‘mo, spurred on by the brilliant company Full Circle, which demands sustainability and just downright betterness for every single product they produce. Those products, by the way, are eco-friendly household tools to keep your house spic and span, without dirtying up your conscience.

Find of the Month: Botanical Paperworks

This month’s big find is from a little Manitoba-based company that has truly mastered the art of closing the life cycle of a product. Their stunning recycled-paper greeting cards, notebooks, and confetti can actually be planted once you’re done with them, for a commemorative wildflower bloom in your very own backyard.

Green Ink

Break out the giftware – Ecojot’s Canadian-made line of recycled paper products is stylish, simple, and sweet.