Sustainable Holiday Gift Guide

Photography by Rowan Eo (Ear)Ringing in the Holiday Season! A few months ago I saw that geometric shaped earrings were IN! Since starting my ethical journey, I was always suspicious of things that I immediately loved. I didn’t just want to feed into a ~trend~. But this isn’t that kind of story! Hathorway isn’t a…

Tooting my Hathorway horn!

Who are they? Hathorway claims to be “just another ethical brand,” but I beg to differ. Hathorway encompasses so many aspects of sustainability: Fair-Trade, eco-friendly, organic, beautiful, functional, durable, and also philanthropic! Their dedication to being a sustainable brand without forgetting minimalist beauty separates them from the rest. Why are they special? Food industry byproduct:…

WristSponsible

我想念上海😢{I miss Shanghai}! Clean drinking water is an integral part of life, but about 780 million people don’t have access to it. If you want to find out how you can make that that number small check out WristSponsible via. Instagram

Terra Thread {Taiwan Edition}

Blown away by how well this Terra Thread backpack has held up while traveling through East Asia! Highly functional and affordable, this Fair-trade, organic backpack is a travel and school necessity 🎒 via. Instagram

Blue Planet Eyewear: Bamboo, eco-plastic, and recycled metal shades

It is estimated that 285 MILLION people around the world have visual impairment and so many of those people don’t have access to eye care. Blue Planet Eyewear is not only an upcycling sunglasses and glasses company that uses used plastics/metals/glass, but also a company that gives some profits to charities for visually impaired, child hunger along…