A college student's adventure in proving you can be broke, fashionable and sustainable

Sustainability

Sustainable Work Pants For Any Office- Everlane Review

Sustainable Work Pants For Any Office- Everlane Review

Bit by bit I’m adulting, and as I looked into my closet prepping for a new internship, I realized I didn’t have any office appropriate pants. So I looked around and found two pairs on Everlane. I decided to go with Everlane because of the […]

ECO Back To School Tips

ECO Back To School Tips

You are kinda sorta going to have to drag me back to school. As a rising junior, the inevitability of the real world is rapidly approaching. As I was getting ready to move back in, I instinctively went to write a list of school supplies […]

Sustainable Bathing Suit- Le Buns Review

Sustainable Bathing Suit- Le Buns Review

Here’s the thing. It wasn’t that hard to evolve my wardrobe into an ethical capsule. I buy less, I buy secondhand, and when I have to, I buy sustainably. It’s easy to invest 50 bucks into a pair of second hand Levi’s because that isn’t […]

Eco Everywhere- Impact Everything

Eco Everywhere- Impact Everything

This month’s Eco Everywhere- RI series is about Impact Everything- an ethical shopping boutique in Providence. Learn about how I found zero waste alternatives for my take on Plastic Free July. And if you haven’t read the previous post in the series about an all […]

Why I support big name brands baby steps into sustainability

Why I support big name brands baby steps into sustainability

If you read this blog consistently, you will probably notice that my process of implementing sustainability into my life is slow, organic and imperfect. I have gotten sucked into companies that were greenwashing by not doing enough research. There are some things (like spending hours […]

Eco Everywhere- Providence Perfume Co.

Eco Everywhere- Providence Perfume Co.

SO I decided this summer I thought I would try something new! In an industry that is so heavily based in online shopping, I challenged myself to find small businesses that offered sustainable or natural solutions near my hometown of Providence, Rhode Island. Throughout the rest […]

How to Educate Yourself on Sustainability

How to Educate Yourself on Sustainability

I have such a love-hate relationship with social media. While it overwhelms me sometimes, it is an excellent resource for sustainability. One account I follow is the Fashion Revolution. It is an international organization based out of London. The organization is an educational resource used to […]

Summer Sandals- Bibico Review

Summer Sandals- Bibico Review

Last summer the very first sustainable purchase I made was a pair of sandals. Initially, I went to Nordstrom and was about to justify spending $60 on Steve Madden sandals; then I realized oh I could probably get these sustainably. So, I went to my […]

How be sustainable at a music festival

How be sustainable at a music festival

A year ago today I was coming back home from one of the most incredible weekends of my life. I spent 5 days in a field in Delaware at Firefly Music Festival. It was entirely out of my perceived comfort zone, but I loved everything […]

Why I am not ready to be a vegan & the ways I try to eat better anyways

Why I am not ready to be a vegan & the ways I try to eat better anyways

I am not ready to be a vegan yet. No, I have not watched Cowspiracy either. I will eventually, but documentaries do things to me that I am not prepared to handle currently. Yes, I am one of those that had a coming to Jesus moment […]