You’re almost guaranteed achieving a state of blissful serenity when you slip-on these fadeout blue yoga pants from Jonano. Composed of a blend of antimicrobial bamboo, soft organic cotton and a little stretchy lycra.
Made sweatshop-free with fair-labor practices.
$42 @ jonano.com the matching hoodie goes for $44 (no longer available)
Your True Nature, the sustainable company that takes a “gentle and lighthearted approach to life,” has added a fourth R to “reduce, reuse, recycle” – replant! They replant enough trees – 50,000 so far – to replenish all paper they use. And that’s a lot of paper, because they specialize in creating endearing books, journals, cards, notepads, posters, bookmarks, stationery, and even t-shirts and seed packets. All materials are printed on recycled paper with soy-based inks, and many are assembled by disabled individuals.
Your True Nature takes conservation seriously, not just as a product for sale, but in practice as well – they transport materials in hybrid vehicles, reuse all boxes and packing materials, and dispose of only one household-sized bag of trash each month. Now that’s efficiency! Choose a gift for yourself or a friend from a range of delightful products that “celebrate trees, gardening, the human nature connection, the flow and ease of life, and human growth.”
Popular books include “Advice from a Tree” and “A Thousand Things Went Right Today.”
I may treat myself to the “Advice from a…” bookmark set that includes wise words from a: tree, loon, bat, moose, bear, mountain, river, garden, dog, squirrel, and other mindful critters. We could all learn a thing or two from nature. YourTrueNature.com is a great place to start.