Trendy Green

Being Green can be fun, cute and trendy. At the Green Rainbow Shop they have a huge collection of designer green items for your shopping pleasure! The categories range from eco-her, eco-him, eco-kids, they don’t forget your pets- eco-pets, eco-home, eco-party and of course eco-gifts. I got a terrifically cute wristlet from the eco-her collection. After looking at it you would NEVER guess that it is made of a recycled paper bag. How did they do that? The handle and details are also recycled. The wristlet is fully lined inside and has zipping pockets with a snap closure. You can easily clean the wristlet with a wet cloth. I love my brown/ green color scheme but if it’s not your thing they also have it in brown/ blue and a rich coffee shade.

Green Rainbow is an awesome company with a strong mission to support artists and items made in the USA while maintaining their green ideals. They are also committed to providing you first class service and making sure you are satisfied with your purchases. They have some great tips and tricks on their website to help you go green—here are just a few of them that I loved!
Stop Junk Mail -- The junk mail Americans receive in just one day is not only a nuisance, but could produce enough energy to heat a quarter of a million homes! If you saved up all the unwanted junk mail for one year, you would have the equivalent to one and a half trees, which would add up to 100 million trees every year in just the United States. To help stop junk mail, write to: Mail Preference Service, Direct Marketing Association, 11 West 42nd St., PO Box 3861, New York, NY 10163-3861. By writing to them, you can reduce junk mail by up to 75%. You can recycle the rest of the junk mail you receive.
Beware of Your Showers -- If a four person family showers each day for 5-minutes, in one week they would use 700 gallons of water. This is enough water for a person to live off of for three years. You can buy either an aerated, or a non-aerated showerhead, which cuts your water output by 50%. The aerated is as if not more powerful than a regular showerhead, it mixes air with the water. The non-aerated showerhead pulses, but you get a good sprat and it can be called a "massage showerhead". With a family of four taking 5-minute showers, with a low-flow showerhead you can save at least 14,000 gallons of water a year. So if 100,000 families installed low-flow showerheads we would save 1.4 billion gallons.
Plant a tree in your neighborhood or near your home; They suck up harmful CO2 gases. If you can't plant one, try potted plants
Visit their website for a ton more good hints!