Sustainable and toxin-free living

Sustainable and toxin-free living

The 11 Most Amazing Sustainable Activities in Panama and How to Enjoy Them

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  • Sep 10, 2018
We were almost done packing our suitcases when the deluge started. We peered out of the safari tent flap at the wet jungle and looked at each other. The boat pick-up was scheduled to arrive on the other side of the island in 30 minutes, so we couldn’t wait it...

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10 Surprising Ways “Budget” Airlines Cost More Than Trains

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  • Aug 1, 2018
I teamed up with the eco-friendly Pan-European train-booking company Loco2 to make this article possible. They generously covered four train tickets for me and my husband so we could try out their system and train travel in Europe. What follows is my honest opinion after a lot of research!  Train...
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The Amount of Greenwashing in Tulum Is Sickening. Literally

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  • Jan 11, 2017
Updated January 2019 This was just going to another fun and light eco-friendly destination guide, this time to Tulum, Mexico. And I was excited to write it! On its surface, Tulum is tailor-made for the conscious traveler. There are an abundance of vegan and farm-to-table restaurants serving traditional Mexican food....
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Weekend Reading: Fast Fashion Might Make the Secondhand Clothing Economy Collapse

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  • Sep 2, 2016
Me, Elsewhere on the Internet Excited about this one! -> Fast fashion might make the whole secondhand clothing system topple over. | Newsweek Here’s a super cute way to celebrate the 100th anniversary of our national parks! | mindbodygreen Fashion Your “Made in Italy” shoe might actually be made in deplorable...
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Local Food, Rare Wildlife, and Pristine Nature: What to do on Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

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  • Mar 2, 2016
Costa Rica has established itself as a destination for eco-conscious tourists seeking out a sustainable vacation. With its abundant wildlife, famous eco-resorts, and variety of habitats that you can experience through immersive activities that are either athletic or relaxing, it’s no wonder that five of my most conscious friends have visited...
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Sustainable City Guide: Where to Shop in Boston for Ethical and Eco-Friendly Finds

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  • Nov 12, 2015
So, you only have one day to do Boston? I gotcha. I can’t speak to the touristy stuff, but I’m sure you can turn to any number of people to find out about that oyster restaurant and in which mom-and-pop store to get a delicious (albeit not organic) pastry. I’m...
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