Here are some of our Friday finds: products we find inspiring, trendy or just plain cool!
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**we are not affiliated with any of these brands and do not own any of these photos. All sources and links are below**
Our favorite smoothie places has blend it yourself smoothies you can make at home! Superfoods at your hand. Blend it Yourself by juice generation works with sustainable and organic farmers who are committed to growing high quality and organic produce. Juice Generation makes some of our favorite smoothies so we are PUMPED we get to have these in the comfort of our own home!
(source:https://www.instagram.com/p/CPV5w5IDV-L/ photo by: @readtealeaves)
Too Good To Go has caught our eye. We’ve been seeing some ads for them all over Instagram and we love what they are doing for the community. 1/3 of all food is wasted. Their mission is to inspire everyone to take action against food waste. Food waste has lead to damage to our land and seas, energy loss, a water crisis, a carbon footprint and many money issues. So, what is Too Good To Go? Download their app, see all the cafes, restaurants and supermarkets that have a surplus of food and order directly from your local stores. That’s it! Now is your turn to help safe on food waste!
Liquid Iv is my go to drink for hydration! They have so many delicious flavors and no gross after taste. Summer is around the corner and the hot weather is coming. Stay hydrated with a tasty drink you can mix with your usual water or even some sparkling water! They are also trying to change the world, you know we love a company that tries to give back. In 2015 they donated 500 servings to a homeless shelter in Los Angeles. It was small but it was just the beginning. The next year they donated 28,000 servings to the people of Haiti. Then, in April 2020 they donated over 2.3 million sticks to 1800+ hospitals around the country to support all the frontline workers battling Covid-19. They have now surpassed 9 million servings donated globally.