Microplastic pollution is a huge issue that our waste processing plants, ocean clean up crews, and other do-gooders have been woefully unprepared to deal with- until now. Fionn Ferreira, a brilliant 18-year-old from West Cork, Ireland has come up with a solution that just may work. The idea won him first place in the Google Science Fair, and it may turn the tide on our planet’s future.
Maggie’s Organics is a great place to buy high-quality, ethically-made clothing all made from organic, sustainable, and natural fibers!
Their commitment to their values is what really sets them apart as a brand, but they are also great at making quality products. In the same way that they’d never sacrifice ethical manufacturing processes to make a great pair of socks, they’d never sacrifice the quality of their products by using methods that were ethical but not ideal.
That way, you can be sure that everything you get from Maggie’s will be both awesome and awesomely-made.
As the weather is (gradually) cooling down, the leaves on the trees are starting to change color, and the subtle scent of pumpkin wafts in on the breeze, there can be no denying that fall is on the way.
But when your mind is in an autumnal mood that the temperature just isn’t matching, what are you supposed to wear?
Take it from me, don’t throw on your favorite chunky knit sweater just because the calendar says September. You may find yourself sweating through a midday meeting with no recourse.
If you want to celebrate the turn of the seasons without looking like you went to a sauna on your lunch break, you have to give yourself options.
If you're acne-prone like me, you may have tried everything to clear your skin up. But unfortunately, some of the skincare products out there aren’t great on the planet, or on our skin. So, if you want some natural solutions that won't harm the planet, you came to the right place! Let’s check out some DoneGood approved natural skincare options for acne-prone skin.