5 Gifts for the Eco Friendly

23rd November 2011

Glad sponsored this post as part of a campaign about producing less waste. If you’re up for talking trash, you can visit Glad.com for more information.

They bike instead of driving, use cloth diapers, eat organic from the farmer’s market, and their house doesn’t even smell like patchouli. Your friends are living a thoughtful life, here are a few ways you can be thoughtful in kind.


Tiffin Box, $37 from ModCloth
Tiffin boxes compartmentalize food so you can transport it without wrapping each item. They also out-cute a plain paper bag by a country mile.


Glass Water Bottles, $27 from Indigo
Eschewing bottled water is the new “going vegan.” It just makes you better than other people.


Reusable Sandwich Bag, Raindrops, $7.50 from The High Fiber Co.
Every sandwich is a gift. Might as well wrap it like one.


Flip-Top Snack Cup, $8 from Babybot
Each cup represents approximately 8,428 snack bags. Give or take.


Manners Cloth Napkins, $54 from Betsy Grace
When the napkin is cloth, you get a pass on tucking it into your collar.

2 thoughts on “5 Gifts for the Eco Friendly

  1. Lauren

    “Eschewing bottled water is the new “going vegan.” It just makes you better than other people.”

    I just spit out a mouthful of glass water bottle water laughing at that one. and then I nodded in agreement very smugly that I *AM* better than other people.

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