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Minimum order amount for free shipping reduced and free local delivery implemented, so you can stay home in this crucial time and help to flatten the curve. Not sure what that means? Read more.

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Valentine's day is just around the corner. And as much as I like lovey dovey stuff, the amount of crap landing on the landfill that day is huuuge. K, I actually really like Valentine's day cause back in the days me and my friends just used to party our asses off that day. Aaaanyway, let's try to make that day a bit more sustainable this year. Here's how.  Experience over things Gift experience over things this year. The possibilities are endless: cinema, concerts, shooting range (hell yeah!), romantic dinner, night in cozy cabin out of the city, brewery tour (my...

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So where do I begin? (Kasia here.) :)  Long, long time ago, when I was a teenager I had a dream that one day.... nah, just kidding. Last winter Raf (my partner in crime) was bugging me that it would be cool to start some little project and work on it together (blah blah blah). Meanwhile we started to implement little things in our house that would make our life greener. Easy things like composting, less single use plastic, more reusables. So when we met with friends the other night and talked again about how cool it would be to...

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Obviously... traveling long distance generates a lot of waste. And I mean TONS of waste. Think off all the garbage that we produce when we pack, grab a quick lunch full of single use plastic at the airport, grab a taxi to the airport, printing flight confirmations... the list goes on. But let's scale this up and think about all the emission that is produced by airplanes and touristy sector overall. Did you know that round trip flight from Vancouver to Toronto can generate about 20 percent of the greenhouse gases that your car emits over an entire year? Ideally, we should...

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Plastic Free July is a global yearly challenge where millions of people give up single use plastic during the month of July. The movement started in Australia in 2011, then went viral and last year hit 120 milion of people joining the challenge accross 177 countries. How can you join the challenge? Head to www.plasticfreejuly.org and sign up! The website is full of inspiration and examples how can you achieve your plastic free lifestyle goals.  How about few quick facts about single use plastic and 5 easy swaps? That's a great way to kick off your plastic free July.  1. Swap plastic straw with...

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