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Sustainable Greeting Cards Celebrate special occasions with greeting cards made from 100% eco-friendly papers and printed sustainably with green energy! Tickled Wolf is a company that is ready for a sustainable future. They create sustainable greeting cards made from post-consumer and agricultural paper waste. In other word, they upcycle materials to produce new products. On top of that, they also donate to One Tree Planted and IFAW because they care about the…

Meet the mimikaki: an ear wax cleaner from Japan to clean your ears without polluting the earth! “Mimikaki” literally means ear stick. This is a highly cultural practice in Japan. While cleaning your ears is kind of a personal thing for many of us, in Japan cleaning another’s ears is considered an act of affection or sign of intimacy. A husband lying down with his head on his wife’s lap having his ears cleaned is an image of domestic bliss in Japan. Asians have used ear picks for many years and they still use them to this day.

Meet the mimikaki: an ear wax cleaner from Japan to clean your ears without polluting the earth! “Mimikaki” literally means ear stick. This is a highly cultural practice in Japan. While cleaning your ears is kind of a personal thing for many of us, in Japan cleaning another’s ears is considered an act of affection or sign of intimacy. A husband lying down with his head on his wife’s lap having his ears cleaned is an image of domestic bliss in Japan. Asians have used ear picks for many years and they still use them to this day.

Meet the mimikaki: an ear wax cleaner from Japan to clean your ears without polluting the earth! “Mimikaki” literally means ear stick. This is a highly cultural practice in Japan. While cleaning your ears is kind of a personal thing for many of us, in Japan cleaning another’s ears is considered an act of affection or sign of intimacy. A husband lying down with his head on his wife’s lap having his ears cleaned is an image of domestic bliss in Japan. Asians have used ear picks for many years and they still use them to this day.

Barbers were the dentists of medieval times We all brush our teeth. From a young age we have learned to take care of our denture, because we only get one for a lifetime. Only 50 years ago, people assumed to loose their teeth at some point, the dental care provided today was non existent. Today 50 percent of all children reach the age of 10 without having any cavities, and…

Safe blades for the closest shave you’ll ever get When i first heard of safety razors, the first thing i did was check YouTube to see how it worked. It looked a bit scary, so i needed to understand the object to solve the mystery of the sharp blades. Note for you guys: don’t repeat my mistake. People have managed to overdramatised about this fabulous shaving tool, which didn’t give…

The environmental cost of single use coffee pods Did you know that globally, 59 billion coffee capsules have been produced in 2018? And over 95% are still plastic and aluminium. Which means that is 56.05 billion capsules that year alone went to landfill or nature. All these pods will sit there for up to 500 years, as neither plastic nor metal is biodegradable where they’ll disintegrate into microplastics. But it’s…

Less waste, more value for your soil As we all know, coffee is one of the most popular drinks globally. However, it comes with a lot of food waste. A 2016 Planet Ark study found that in Sydney alone, almost 2800 tonnes of coffee grounds are being sent to landfill. What i do with my coffee left overs? Compost it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgdeu39N_Pw Coffee grounds is an excellent soil improver, for both the…

Every year, 8 billion kilos of plastic disappears into the oceans. In the most favorable estimate, 4.8 million tonnes of plastic per year end up in the oceans and in the worst case 12.7 million tonnes of plastic per year. The amount of years needed to break plastic up is 200 years. Because they are so small and light, they often do not end up in special plastic waste bins…