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At Brightly, we often talk about voting with your dollars to create change in the world. In addition to doing research to ensure your elected
Tiila Abbitt, the founder of Aether Beauty, is no stranger to the clean beauty industry. After years at Sephora, she struck out on her own
Caffeinate Responsibly My day never officially starts until I’ve had my first cup of tea, but throw-away bags and disposable cups can make the impact
Staying smart and flexible during uncertain times is important, especially when it comes to feeding your family. We share actionable tips on quarantine-ready eating like how to smartly use your fridge and freezer, what “sell by dates” mean, and more.
People and the Planet
Minimalism and environmentalism have become much more mainstream over the past 10 years. That means you’ve probably heard of eco-minimalism before. But what is it?
So many outspoken leaders have been fighting for our planet for years. And, by no surprise, a great deal of them are powerful and inspiring
When embarking on your sustainability journey, it’s easy to overanalyze every little thing you’re doing wrong. But in actuality, the beauty of a sustainable lifestyle
If your partner doesn’t take eco-living as seriously you, consider turning it into an opportunity to grow closer through differences. It could help you understand
Sometimes it’s hard to be a green shopper. This is especially true when it comes to the alphabet soup of environmental certifications that you see
Social media is rapidly transforming the world as we know it. As of 2019, there are 3.5 billion social media users worldwide — and growing!
Nearly 5 million acres in Washington, Oregon, and California are burning this week. Portland’s air quality is the worst globally right now, at 492 on
Living Sustainably at Home
Grandmillennial style has recently taken off as the latest home decor trend. It’s described as a “throwback aesthetic” that blends together two generations: millennials and
Frozen vegetables are a must-have. They’re convenient, affordable, help cut down on food waste, and can be even more nutritious than fresh veggies. Because of
While most people don’t really think about what happens to the food they put in the trash—it’s organic, it will biodegrade!—the unfortunate reality is that
The more you learn about sustainability, the more conscious you are of the small changes you can make to benefit the planet. In addition to
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