Last week, after several posts about cosmetics, I promised one targeted to my male readers. Here it is. But women, of course, are encouraged to weigh in. As most of you know, this blog is written by a female. Genetically, physically, mentally female. I couldn’t be, nor have I ever desired to be, any other [...]Read the full post.
Guys (meaning readers who identify as male), here’s another post about cosmetics. So unless you’re into makeup (and really, why shouldn’t you be?) you can forward this one to your female friends. I promise I’ll have a post just for you next week! I frequently get asked about what I do for plastic-free makeup, and [...]Read the full post.
I have another treat for you that I discovered at the San Francisco Green Festival last month: Organic Essence plastic-free cream and lip balm. As far as I know, Organic Essence is the first company to develop completely home compostable containers made from cardboard for such products. Materials include Forest Stewardship Council (FSC #SW-COC-001530), Post [...]Read the full post.
My boss took some of us to Disneyland this weekend. She’s a nice boss! I know some of you are just appalled at the idea of Disneyland, while others find it as fun as I do. My question is: How can I reconcile the utter joy I feel at Disneyland with not only the environmental [...]Read the full post.
Last month, Fake Plastic Fish reader Alanna sent me a link to a very cool new stainless steel lunch option. PlanetBox, a company created just this year, has designed a lunch box that is airtight and has compartments for all the different foods you might want to pack. And unlike Laptop Lunches, which I have [...]Read the full post.
Once upon a time there was a little girl whose only wish was for a Barbie Country Camper. This was 1971. For simplicity’s sake, let’s call the little girl Beth. Beth had seen the Barbie Country Camper in Saturday morning TV commercials, and she wanted her Barbies to have the fold-out picnic table, pop-out tent, sleeping bags, [...]Read the full post.
Several months ago, while accompanying some friends on a shopping trip to Target, I came across a new product line that seemed at first glance to be a good sign: Scotch Brite “Greener Clean” products. I picked up a box of natural fiber non-scratch scour pads, biodegradable bamboo wipes, and a natural bamboo cleaning cloth. [...]Read the full post.