Recycled Juice Container Lunch Box
These eco-friendly and incredibly cute bags are made by a women's co-op in the Philippines using recycled foil juice packs that are purchased through a network of local school children. Most of these women are their family's main breadwinner. These bags help to improve lives and elevate these families out of poverty. Indestructible by nature, foil packs could clog landfills for thousands of years. Using clever designs that combine the material's strength & brilliant colors, the co-op helps keep the environment clean via this cool and unique method of recycling. My unit just returned from a short trip to the Phillipines, the women there could really use our help. As long as you're looking for ways to be eco-friendly, why not do do something with double the impact by purchasing these bags. BUy them for your kids, your friends, your co-workers. Heck start a dinner or lunch club and use these bags to transport the food. The possibilities are endless and you can feel good about investing in something positive for a change.
A unique little accessory for the home. This mason jar stores sunlight, and casts a subtle glow later in the night.
This is a ceramic, double walled (for insulation), coffee cup that resembles a take-out paper cup. This particular design has a silicone lid that securely attaches to the cup. The outside is matte and the inside is glazed. I ... This is a ceramic, double walled (for insulation), coffee cup that resembles a take-out paper cup. This particular design has a silicone lid that securely attaches to the cup. The outside is matte and the inside is glazed. I prefer a version that Starbucks put out a few months ago. Their version is pretty much the same, but the outside is glazed (and of course has their logo) and the lid is plastic with a silicone liner to keep liquids sealed in. The key difference between the two is the price. "I Am Not A Paper Cup" is roughly $20 and the Starbucks version is $12. The upsides to either is that if you are a daily coffee drinker, you don't have to trash a paper cup and plastic lid every time you get take-out coffee. The downside is that both of them hold about 8 oz. - not favorable if you normally order a "grande" at Starbucks. Another issue for commuters is that it is not spill-proof or splash-proof. And finally, the Starbucks version CANNOT go into the microwave.
Anywhere you are in the world, as long as you have access to water - you'll be up on time! I'm stunned since I never heard of water power being used on such a small scale before!