Top 13 Hispanic Sustainability Influencers

Being born and raised in Florida there’s a particular connection to Latinx culture. Often times you will go to a Walmart and the aisle signs are in English and Spanish- especially in South Florida. When going to USF in Tampa, I was exposed to more of Latinx culture in the people I met, food I [...]

My Top Instagram Thrifters to Inspire Your Wardrobe

My first ever thrifting partner in crime was my older sister. She's the one that introduced me to the world of thrifting and about embracing more vintage styles. Vintage wasn't really my thing but seeing her really embrace the style made me consider it more. Having a friend that liked to thrift made the experience [...]

13 Places to Sell Your Things to Make Cash Money

My husband didn't know much about the reselling world. He didn't know about Facebook Marketplace and apps like OfferUp. He only ever got items or bought items from people he knew or a person a friend referred him to. This was a new thing for him to consider but it wasn't too hard of sell [...]

How to thrift safely during quarantine?

To go thrifting or not to go thrifting? That is the question. Stores are opening back up and cities are going through their reopening stages. People are getting a little more courageous to get out of their sweatpants into real clothes and into the real world again. Some people agree with people going out- boosting [...]

How to support a small sustainable business in under 5 mins

I grew up in a family of small business owners. My mom owns her own salon, my aunt and uncle have there own businesses. I grew up helping my mom at the shop. Learning the value of building something from the ground up. I’ve seen firsthand the value of supporting a business goes in the [...]

11 Black-Owned Secondhand Stores to Support NOW

There is some serious change in the air. If it was not the coronavirus pandemic that had us on our toes the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement has got people just… well let’s just say there are a lot of emotions out there the primary ones being ANGER, FEAR, and EXHAUSTION. Despite these [...]

The key to tripling your wardrobe without new clothes

When I was in 6th grade I got my own room for the first time. It took a lot of convincing and proving but eventually my parents caved in. One of the best parts of having my own room was having my own closet. One closet all to me, all organized, made me feel like [...]

33 Eco-friendly At-Home Activities to do besides Netflix

We are all in truly unprecedented times. It's scary to not have a real sense of what the next couple of months will look like. There is no way to know the extent of the impact the coronavirus will have on the world. Health officials and organizations recommend we practice social distancing or more like physical [...]

5 Easy Steps to a Budget & Eco-Friendly Wedding

I was like so many girls that used to fantasize about my wedding day. What I would wear, what the colors would be, the venue, and the list goes on. By the time I had been proposed to I had a robust Pinterest board of wedding ideas. It’s been a year since I walked down [...]