Obsessed with social media? So are your favorite designers and celebrities - I just fell in love with Rachel Zoe's new website while I constantly check up on my Twitter account - not to post, but to attempt a peak into the glamorous lifestyles of those rich and famous.
This plastic bag debate has got me thinking - while I love my Trader Joe's reusable tote, if it's not in my Prius when driving to the store or my bike basket when trucking over to the local produce shop, I am glad for the use of the store's provided plastic bags. Sure reusable bags have become much more hip and fashionable these days, as evident in the plethora of cheap and chic options every grocer offers up, among other shops, for a decent bag, but for those who like to reuse their plastic for a little trash can coater or lunch bag, why not let them? Surely the drippy meat from your deli will be much happier as will your guests when they enter into a bathroom sans defunct smells leaking from beside that toilet bowl. Likely there will always be fueling passions for every side, but it's hard to decide, isn't it?
Check out the sites that go pro and con:
The debate continues, though as liberal Seattle-its have learned, not everyone is game for such a huge change.
It's summer time and the living's easy - as a San Diegan and all around summer guru, I know a thing or two about beach bags. Living mostly out of them June through September, it's hard not to find myself with a ecclectic bunch of colors, shapes and sizes when it comes to a summer bundle. It is a rare feat to then find something as practical as a summer/ beach tote that also comes with the green splendor of style, aka the 44 knots tote that is made of 100% recycled vintage sailcloth (even better for a beach bag!) and donates a portion of all proceeds to The Surfrider Foundation - a company near and dear to many San Diegans hearts. As colors vary due to nature of materials, your bag can be the easy go to and still manage to be unique!