7 items to snag if your 2020 resolution is to be more eco-friendly

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As we head into a fresh decade, new life choices and resolutions abound. From getting into shape to getting more organized, there are no wrong resolutions here!

But after a decade of climate change conversations and a year that was defined by events like the Global Climate Strike, we have a feeling that many people will be going into 2020 looking to be more environmentally friendly and sustainable. 

So if you are one of those people looking to make a few changes for the good of Mother Earth, don’t get overwhelmed — being more eco-friendly doesn’t have to be intimidating or difficult.

For starters, you can make a few quick swaps at home! Think: stop using single-use water bottles in favor of a reusable one, begin to use silicone food bags instead of plastic baggies for your snacks and add multi-use makeup remover pads to your beauty routine as opposed to disposable wipes. Now if you’re thinking that these changes may seem small and inconsequential, a drop in the ocean creates a ripple, right? 

Shop 7 eco-friendly products we love below and start off 2020 doing some good for the earth.

Shop: Hydro Flask Water Bottle, $42.95

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Shop: Stasher 100% Silicone Reusable Food Bag, $11.99

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Shop: Beeswax Food Wraps, $18

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SHOP: Food Huggers Reusable Silicone Food Savers, $12.95

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SHOP: Reusable Makeup Remover Pads, $9.95

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Shop: NUDUKO Biodegradable Reusable Bamboo Toothbrushes, $8.99

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Shop: Reusable Travel Flatware, $14

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