Nowadays, it seems like we’re buying everything and anything online. From groceries to home decor to makeup, I’m definitely no stranger to online shopping. I pretty much get a package everyday because nothing makes me happier than skipping an uncertain parking situation, searching for the exact item I’m looking for and then, of course, waiting in line. And sure, it’s easy to click and add to cart a new lipstick, but what about those BIG purchases? Say, a new mattress? After all, we spend a third of our lives on our mattress, making it pretty much one of the most important purchases we can make.
In these days of social distancing and lockdown, people have been using Zoom to stay connected with friends and loved ones. From work meetings to game nights to birthday parties and weddings, Zoom has helped make life feel a little normal during this plague.
It was a normal Friday as I sat in my talk radio studio in Kewanee, Illinois. I was working on a news broadcast when I looked out my window and saw Floppy. My radio station, WKEI Am 1450 in Kewanee, Illinois, sits on the Corner of one of the busiest intersections in our town. Across the street, I saw a stuffed rabbit lying on the ground and my heart broke for a moment before I leapt up, ran to the door, dodged into traffic and grabbed the stuffed bunny several feet before a Fed Ex truck was going to unknowingly run over it.
Interior designing extraordinaires Bobby Berk, Joanna Gaines
and Nate Berkus call me up one fine morning and offer me the chance to build my dream home from the ground up with no budget required.
A love story: A sustainable person, a bucket of dirt, and food waste.
Allow me to introduce you to nature's tide pod, the soap nut!
A key aspect of the sustainable economic values of community, consumption culture and production is the 'circular economy.'
Plastic Free July is just around the corner, so let us help you prepare for it.
So a couple of days ago I was getting ready to stock up on one of my favorite masks ever, Gleamin. I love Instagram; I love to see people's creativity, I love to shop on it, I really use it to see the world outside of my current limited space. So I go to Instagram, go on Gleamin's page to purchase my next go around and Gleamin is getting slammed by the black community that it very specifically caters too. Turns out that the only black employee at the company was fired for 'being too emotional.' I looked more into the story and the reasons surrounding the culture of the company and the firing of the employee are unpleasant...Whelp. Unfollow.