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Snorkeling + Kayaking with Adventure Links

Just minutes away from this bustling city, you can find all kinds of sea life in the Biscayne Bay Coral Reef. Adventure Links hosted a group of South Florida Bloggers to shows us this amazing place. We had the chance to go kayaking and snorkeling around the coral reef.

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Ethical + Sustainable Shopping in the City

Shopping Ethically and Sustainably in NYC is becoming easier than ever. New stores and boutiques are popping up, adding to the already established brands that women already adored – to be honest, more so for the aesthetics than for the sustainable factor itself. The truth is that many of the fans of these brands purchase from them not because is made with sustainability in mind, but because the items are well made and of a classic style, that becomes an investment piece over time.

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Recipe: Zucchini Pasta with Avocado Pesto Sauce

If you like pasta but you are part of the “calorie counting club” then this is the recipe for you. I am not a vegan but since I have to eat gluten free, I find that this “zucchini pasta” is filling, healthy and it feels just like you are eating a big bowl of pasta but without all the calories. It is incredibly easy to do, and you can have it as a main dish or as a side dish of your protein of choice

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What I learned at the Well Summit 2016

The Well Summit started last year in Boston, as two-day conference on all things self-improvement. Gianne Doherty, co-founder of Organic Bath Co, is the mastermind and woman behind W.E.L.L. Summit along with her partner in business and life, Jay.

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Fall Decor and Energy Saving Ideas

Energy efficiency and conservation have numerous benefits for both the environment and human health. Burning coal emits many by-products which negatively impact the health of miners and the environment. So, as the cool weather sets in, it is time to keep the chill out from your home in a proper manner. Prepare for the colder months with these stylish and cost saving ideas that will keep your house warm and cozy and will help you save money at the same time:

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Sustainably Chic Outfit: Giovanna Battaglia

Giovanna Battaglia is to me one of the best dressed women in the World. If given the chance, I would raid her closet in an instant. After all, swapping clothes is a way to build a sustainable closet. If you follow street style accounts, you know she is a regular. Her look is totally unique and She's the embodiment of Italian glamour. I think Milanese women are born with a style chip that no one else has, do they actually wake up like this?

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My favorite Natural Lip Balms

As falls creeps in, it is time to give your lips some loving. I cant seem to have enough of them! I keep one in my purse, one on my desk, one in my yoga bag, one on my nightstand. Does that happen to you too?!
 

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The plastic in our lives

These days seems that it is virtually impossible to avoid plastic in our daily lives. Plastic is at our fingertips all day long. From the toothbrush, the shower curtain, your personal care products, your take-out lunch, to your keyboard and your water bottle. Over the last ten years the US has produced more plastic than during the whole of the last century, and it sadly accounts for around 10 percent of the total waste we generate.

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Indie Beauty Expo and MINI Guide to NYC

The much anticipated Indie Beauty Expo is taking place in a few days and I am so looking forward to attend. It is probably the biggest green beauty event in New York City where Green brands and aficionados join to celebrate indie beauty brands and wellness.

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Natural Deodorants that Work

Natural deodorants have a bad rap for not working properly and not controlling sweat. The conversation about body odor is not one people often have or want to have. And I get, I don’t want to discuss it over dinner or a date. But it happens, and you should know that the odor actually comes from bacteria and there are ways to prevent it.

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Say no to Microbeads with these safer alternatives

Whether you like President Obama or not, we can agree that signing the Microbeads bill on December 28th to save the water and sea life was a cool move from his part. I am still waiting on his promise of labeling foods and you can catch him here saying so, but that’s a topic for a different post.

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A tip for buying organic within your budget

One of the things that people always tell me is that eating organic it’s expensive, so they stay away from it. I believe that if you shop smart, you can get away with buying organic products and still stay within your budget.

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DIY: A Succulents Mini Garden

I like to believe that I have a green thumb. I love having plants around my apartment. They make me and my apartment happy. I water them, I nurture them, I speak to them, and they seem to thrive…for a while. Then one day, I wake up, and they are gone. They seemed to have die from one day to the next.

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The Truth about Make Up Cleansing Wipes

Make Up cleansing wipes have become really popular because they help to remove make-up or to freshen up in a cinch. They are also easy to carry in your purse, gym bag, or while traveling. A few swipes and you are feeling clean and refreshed.

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