As conscious consumers we do our best to fill our carts with wholesome, organic fruits and veggies, but do you know what the term "organic" really means or what the label stands for? If you’re hungry for a little more insight, here’s a quick and dirty crash course on organic food.
The tiny house movement offers a simpler, greener, more affordable lifestyle than the average American household. These 7 websites offer house plans, organization strategies, and real-life stories to help you seamlessly settle into your new dwelling.
Joanna Waterfall founded The Yellow Co. in 2014 as a space for women like herself who wanted to use their various skills for the greater good. We had a chance to ask Joanna about the unique challenges women often face in our creative endeavors and how she overcomes resistance to her on creative work.
Kansas City is full of innovation, and social entrepreneurs are bringing big ideas and kindness together in a brand new way. Here are the most inspiring local ideas and ventures that are bringing social mission and business together in Kansas City.
From accessories to apartment decor, these 5 brands offer the same trending products we love, and also create an impact in their communities locally and globally.
Austin, Texas has become quite the hub for a wide variety of socially conscious brands and boutiques. Check out these twelve local shops in person, or hop over to their websites to discover what Austin entrepreneurs are doing to make the world a better place.
In celebration of the stunning springtime sunshine and budding flowers, we've pulled together our favorite mix and match staples for spring.Each piece of this capsule inspiration is made ethically and built to last well beyond this season.
Our favorite blogs promote both fashion-forward thinking and body-positivity, self-affirmation and expression, and how to love ourselves. These encouraging blogs urge us to break rules set by the fashion industry and celebrate our womanhood.
There is a growing consciousness around fair trade, environmental friendliness and corporate social responsibility, but there is still more work to do. What will it take to create a consumer-driven world where products, people and nature are in harmony?
It can often feel like living in modern society is completely at odds with living an ethical lifestyle. Rather than resigning yourself to the idea that living an ethical lifestyle is too difficult, try these simple steps towards a more conscious lifestyle.
New York City is up next on our sustainable travel wishlist because it's home to a plethora of eco-minded places to stay, shop, and eat all across the city. Whether you’re looking for a cozy place to stay or a zero waste meal, we’ve rounded up ten of our favorite spots across the five boroughs.
Cullen Schwarz left a career in politics and partnered with Scott Jacobsen to launch DoneGood - a browser extension that makes it easier for consumers to discover the products they need from businesses that are making the world better. We sat down with Cullen to talk about how he made the leap from political campaigns to purpose-driven entrepreneurship, what he learned from Washington, and where he wants to go from here.
The business of feminine hygiene products is a 3-billion-dollar a year, highly unmonitored, unregulated industry that does not require full transparency of ingredients to be labeled, nor do companies have to include chemicals used in the processing of these ingredients. Below is a list of upgraded, redesigned, and redefined women’s products with transparency and health at the forefront of their missions.
We have compiled a list of our absolute favorite conscious living podcasts from all over the world. Here are eight of our favorite podcasts, packed with knowledge and inspiration to fuel your own conscious lifestyle choices.
In the spirit of International Women’s Day, we’ve compiled a list of 18 inspiring leadership books written by women, for women. These books will help inform, equip, and encourage you to become vehicles for change whoever and wherever you are.
Tribe Alive has long been one of our favorite social impact jewelry collections. Motivated by a passion for fashion and responsible commerce as a platform to help alleviate poverty among women, the brand has now expanded to include an apparel line that perfectly embodies an effortless and elegant aesthetic and global inspiration.
Festival fashion is all about rocking tons of accessories and expressing your personal style, and it's easier than you might think to incorporate sustainable pieces into your festival wardrobe. Here are some of our favorite on-trend ethical pieces to incorporate and inspire your festival looks!
Hair and skin care products are significant components of our daily routine, and taking a holistic approach means treating our bodies, people, and the earth well. These 13 natural and organic hair and beauty brands help us stay true to our values, and feel beautiful while doing so.
A good night’s sleep shouldn’t be elusive. Studies show that we spend nearly a third of our lives sleeping, and yet the average mattress contains a cocktail of toxic chemicals and flame retardants that can lead to long term diseases, skin irritations and respiratory problems. Comfort and quality are key to restful sleep, and natural materials are key to your long-term health. We’ve created this guide to mattress companies that are doing good for the earth and your health by using natural and eco-friendly materials.
John Tawney walked away from 15 years at Nike to launch Common Ground, a shoe company that leverages thoughtful design to provoke curiosity and catalyze conversation among its customer base. We recently had the privilege of sitting down with him to learn about how he's starting a productive dialogue to drive progress in our communities.