World Threads Traveler, run by Cait Bagby, is an online resource inspiring consumers to make more conscious and sustainable decisions with an emphasis on alternatives to the mainstream fast fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and travel industries while also providing educational tools to help raise awareness on the climate crisis.

Fashion Industry Problems: How Fast Fashion Is Making You Go Broke

Talking about personal finances is right up there with politics and religion when it comes to acceptable topics to talk about at the dinner table. In the past few years the barriers surrounding politics and religion seem to have weakened but finances – still a bit too uncomfortable to discuss with those close to us.

10 Sustainable Wellness Gifts For The Clean Beauty Junkie

I’m making sustainable wellness a breeze for you this year. Whether you want to spoil yourself or your loved ones (perhaps both) here are the top 10 clean beauty gifts to give this year.

Gifts for the Environmentally Conscious Traveler

Gifts for the environmentally conscious traveler aren’t something to sweat over. I’ve compiled a list of the top 10 gifts for travelers to make your holidays a breeze.

5 Free Nail Polish and Other Non Toxic Brands

Finding toxic free nail polish doesn’t mean you have to give up on your favorite colors, finishes, or wearability. But toxic free nail polish means you will give up those nasty chemicals which get absorbed into your body (yuck).

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Behind the Label: Boston Bag Company

Timeless, classic, and elegant. Boston Bag Company is doing it right.

Intrinsic Bonds: An Interview with Renli Su

“[I want to create] garments that retain physical traces of their past in order to form an intrinsic bond with the weaver”

-Renli Su

An Instant Connection: Interview with Veronika Vimpelova

“Tradition is a guide and not a jailer.”
― W. Somerset Maugham

Ros Millar: Looking Towards the Future

“The most beautiful women I have known had one thing in common apart from beauty: humility. It’s a shame that those with less to boast about do it the most.”
― Donna Lynn Hope