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How to Use Solar Power at a Music Festival: 2 Products I Love

How to Use Solar Power at a Music Festival: 2 Products I Love

If you're going to a music festival that involves camping, you're still going to need light. And let's face it, you'll also want to charge your phone. Some festivals provide power, but usually through generators, which are loud and really bring home the fact that you're using fossil fuels. Instead, there are two accessories that...
  • Two Crucial Music Festival Accessories for the Sustainable Girl

    Two Crucial Music Festival Accessories for the Sustainable Girl

    This is my final music festival post for the summer. I am not going to Burning Man this year. And I feel OK with that. I’ve been two times, and I’m sure I’ll go again. I will have no FOMO. So, no packing list or outfit suggestions this year. (Many of my recommendations from last year still,...
    Rootfoot Provides a Modern Ritual for the Conscious Festival Crowd

    Rootfoot Provides a Modern Ritual for the Conscious Festival Crowd

    Rootfoot is a small essential oil company that is grounded in eco-conscious practices and reverence for plants. Founded by Laura Huth, 31, it features roller balls with essential oils, each named after a different spirit animal; aura-enhancing anointing oils with names like Goddess, Warrior and Mystic; organic single-note diffusing oils, eye pillows, and handcrafted leather...
    7 Ways Gratitude Migration Is More Sustainable Than the Average Festival

    7 Ways Gratitude Migration Is More Sustainable Than the Average Festival

    This post is sponsored by Boxed Water, who (in a lovely case of synergy) is partnering with a music festival that I’m attending this weekend along with dozens of my friends and acquaintances. As always, I only partner with companies in whose ethos I truly believe. Support EcoCult by supporting them! I’m off to another festival...
    It's Hard to Describe Habitas, Except to Say It's Magic

    It’s Hard to Describe Habitas, Except to Say It’s Magic

    Our Uber driver looked at the large metal gate in front of us, a large cursive B in the center. “You sure this is it?” he asked. “Yeah,” I said. “The directions said by the circular trees.” Behind us a stood a row of trees that had somehow each had their trunks made to grow...
    Camping at a Music Festival: Your Beauty Packing List

    Camping at a Music Festival: Your Beauty Packing List

    It’s music festival season, a time when you’re expected to look Instagram worthy despite not bathing (or sleeping) for two days of tromping around in the mud and/or sun. And while you’ll probably possess an inner glow brought on by gorgeous music, time with friends, new connections made, and a stem or two of some...
    How to Dress for Music Festivals Without Being Clueless and Offensive

    How to Dress for Music Festivals Without Being Clueless and Offensive

    The Free Spirit look is so enticing – it’s an opportunity to tap into your inner creative, to evoke another you – the one who doesn’t have responsibilities, who is unstressed and loving, who travels more often to more exotic locations and has had amazing life experiences that are unpackaged and uncoupled from commercial America....
    Sustainable Style: Upcycled Jewelry From Beatrice Holiday

    Sustainable Style: Upcycled Jewelry From Beatrice Holiday

    When I first got an email from a designer saying she makes jewelry out of upcycled bike parts, I’ll be honest, I rolled my eyes. There are so many ways for this concept to go wrong. But when I clicked through to the Beatrice Holiday shop, I was sucked deep inside. It’s full of gorgeous interpretations...