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Pleasure is Healthy: 5 Eco-Sexy Ways to Rock Your Orgasm by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Pleasure can be one of the most sustainable of human experiences; and the good news is that sex toys can be made eco, body safe, and even fair trade. In the spirit of th ... Read on »
Eating Healthy, Organic and Vegan Isn’t More Expensive: Here’s How by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Guest Post by Suzanna McGee: Athlete, Trainer and Coach; author of the Athlete’s Simple Guide to a Plant-Based Lifestyle When people think of organic vegetables ... Read on »
How Is Indy Actress, Surfer and Designer Tanna Frederick Saving Our Oceans? One Kid at a Time by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Actress, activist, and athlete Tanna Frederick is a superwoman. The Iowa born artist has not only made her mark in Hollywood with award nominated films, but is curr ... Read on »
Soul Track Thursday: FKA Twigs Swings on A “Pendulum” by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Love is hard. And our new Soul Track Thursday Artist can’t, and won’t, let us forget it. British Neo-R&B singer  Tahliah Barnett , better known as FKA Twigs is brin ... Read on »
5 Super Moisturizing Beauty Products to Keep Summer Skin Soft and Beautiful by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living I have ridiculously dry and sensitive skin, and the summer heat is anything but kind to it. A two minute walk into the New York City sun, and my pores break out in ... Read on »
Portable Loose Powder That Works? No Prob, says Jane Iredale by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living I’m not often crazy-impressed enough with a beauty product to do a standalone post on it, but Jane Iredale’s ReFill Me Loose Powder Brush warrants some individual p ... Read on »
Najla: Beautiful, Organic Lingerie Inspired by NYC’s History by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Najla was a woman—and a store, which was named after her in NYC’s Lower East Side. Najla, a Lebanese immigrant, founded her store in 1920: For more than sixty ... Read on »
Magical Eco-Paradise: Caneel Bay in St. John, USVI by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living It’s tempting to conceal how incredible of an experience my boyfriend Bryan and I had in St. John this past February. Those who’ve visited the island share one thin ... Read on »
Flower Beards for Men: We Just Can’t Get Enough by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living What can I say about beards that has not already been said? Probably nothing, but here goes. Beards are the best trend in men’s fashion right now, and I LOVE IT. Why? ... Read on »
Julia Child Gets Healthy: Fresh, French-Inspired Vegetarian Recipes by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living I love French food, but as a vegetarian, I often feel that there’s not much I can eat from the cuisine. But when I visited Paris (that’s my boyfriend and me in fron ... Read on »
Object Significance: My Spongebob Squarepants Pajamas by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living In 2010 32,999 people died in motor vehicle accidents. My mother was one of them. Facts have this nifty tendency to take a tragedy, and personalize even more. You l ... Read on »
Lovely Vegan Ahnu Yoga Shoes: How I Wear Eco Fashion by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Super lightweight shoes are a growing category. Many of them are, unfortunately, made to be practically disposable (wasteful of resources as well as your hard-earne ... Read on »
D.I.Y: Non-Toxic Lipstick From Crayons by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living A couple of months ago I was browsing through my Facebook timeline and came across a friend’s alert that she would be making lipsticks out of crayons. Though the id ... Read on »
Take a Class in Conscious Commerce with Eco-Chick’s Founder! by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Interested in learning how to blog? Want to take your idea of founding a new company (or growing an existing one) in a mission-based direction and doing Conscious C ... Read on »
Asher Jay’s ‘Art as Weapon’: Powerful National Geographic Live Video by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Artist and activist Asher Jay  is saving the world’s threatened wildlife—with creativity. Her cause-driven art, sculpture, design installations, films, and advocacy ... Read on »
Recycled Art: Meet Emily the Elephant by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living Inhabitat Artist Sarah Turner managed to get hundreds of children in the UK to make Emily the Elephant out of recycled water bottles. The projects results are not ... Read on »
Try These Five Yummy Seasonal Summer Fruit Cocktails by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living The abundance of berries, pears, and tropical fruits just may be my most favorite part of summer. And it isn’t a coincidence that summer fruits make for refreshing, ... Read on »
Divers Rescue Sea Turtle: Watch It Swim Free! by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living You should stop what you are doing right now, and watch this beautiful footage of two divers rescuing a sea turtle from a flipper trapped in a rope. T ... Read on »
Lots of Laughs: Summer is Rough on Busty Girls by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living The summer months are notoriously hard on us busty girls. From the neck-breaking lure of the halter top to the embarrassing realization that your under-boob sweat i ... Read on »
7 Seasonless Eco Fashion Pieces on Sale Now by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Green Living It’s midsummer, which means that it’s sale time almost everywhere. And that includes online ethical fashion boutiques and labels, who are all looking to make room f ... Read on »