Greener Goals with Zoolu Organics

Written by Dolly on October 1st, 2014

Zoolu Organics





Zoolu Organics is a children’s clothing line made with 100% organic cotton and water-based inks as a much healthier alternative to the PVC-based, toxic inks used in 90% of baby clothes.

Zoolu Turtle 2


The line features tops, dresses, pants, burp clothes and more, with screen-printed original designs that are much more unique and hip than the typical cutesy cartoon designs.


Zoolu Frog

After her husband’s diagnosis with the terminal illness ALS, Patty Abbott conducted some research that led her to believe the disease is related to toxins in our environment. She decided to eliminate all toxins from their home, from cleaning materials, cooking utensils, and non-organic foods, and started looking at what companies were putting in baby clothes. She was alarmed to discover that 90% of the prints on baby clothes use Plastisol inks, which are PVC based.

Zoolu Owl

Abbott founded Zoolu Organics so she could produce something that was safe for her new son to wear. She designs the graphics and prints the garments herself to ensure the process is eco-friendly and each product is unique.

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Greener Goals with Lavish & Lime

Written by Dolly on June 1st, 2014

A source for Eco-friendly, natural and non-toxic products.

Waste-Free Lunch
Reusable Water Bottles
Home Essentials
Cleaning Supplies
Art Supplies and more

Started by a “a husband and wife team that – like most new parents – started thinking more about ingredients, materials and the impact we’re having on the environment when [they] had kids. We found there were lots of eco-friendly products out there, just not readily available – in Canada….[that they] became accustomed to in Europe.”

With each purchase Lavish & Lime will plant a tree in Earthquake devastated Haiti through the non-profit organization Trees for the Future. Help us help Haiti, and the environment we all share – together we can make a difference.

For more things greener check out Lavish & Lime

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Greener Goals…The Yummy Kind

Written by Dolly on May 1st, 2014

For May go Greener with Endangered Species Chocolate

Fabulous chocolate “born out of a desire to make an impact on the growing number of plant and animal species that are disappearing from Earth.”

With interests rooted in a deep love of chocolate making, Endangered Species Chocolate set out in 1993 to source natural, ethically traded chocolate as a carrier for an environmental message. Through the crafting of premium, thoughtfully sourced chocolate, Endangered Species Chocolate generates funds for conservation efforts worldwide.

Endangered Species donates 10% of net profits to organizations that support species conservation, habitat preservation and humanitarian efforts like the African Wildlife Foundation and The Xerces Society.

Now you never really need a reason to enjoy chocolate but here’s at least 23 days each year to celebrate with Chocolate!

January 3rd is National Chocolate-Covered Cherry Day
January 10th is National Bittersweet Chocolate Day
January 27th is National Chocolate Cake Day
February 1st is National Dark Chocolate Day
February 5th is National Chocolate Fondue Day
February 19th is National Chocolate Mint Day
February 25th is National Chocolate-Covered Nuts Day
March 19th is National Chocolate Caramel Day
March 24th is National Chocolate-Covered Raisins Day
April 21st is National Chocolate-Covered Cashews Day

May 15th is National Chocolate Chip Day
June 7th is National Chocolate Ice Cream Day
June 26th is National Chocolate Pudding Day
July 28th is National Milk Chocolate Day
August 4th is National Chocolate Chip Day
August 10th is National S’Mores Day

September 12th is National Chocolate Milkshake Day
September 13th is International Chocolate Day
September 22nd is National White Chocolate Day
October 28th is National Chocolate Day
November 7th is National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
December 16th is National Chocolate-Covered Anything Day

and December 28th is National Chocolate Day so anything goes.

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