Be environmentally savvy. Be Eco-friendly. Buy organic. Reduce, reuse, recycle. 

We are a trash-ridden society.  Look around and notice the squandered resources in the car, at the office, and around the house. Office desks strewn with wasted pieces of printer paper because co-workers can’t figure out how to use the printer.   Family members open bottle after bottle of plastic water only to drink half and forget about it later.  Then there are the overstuffed dressers and closets full of clothes that haven’t seen the light of day since the New Kids on the Block were kids.  As the old saying goes, “Waste not, want not.” 

But did the guy who said that see the opportunity lying beneath the waste?  Bear with me for a moment.  I’m not suggesting you drink the rest of the water in the bottle – that’s disgusting. But it’s probably good enough for watering your plants.  And we can all admit to at least ONE time that we’ve taken that perfectly good misused paper home from the office to use as scrap paper.

Clothing is a whole different story; there are economic benefits and social value to ridding your room of old clothes.  Now the bedroom looks like a scene from Hoarders, when it could look like dream room on HGTV!  Here’s how to get started:

Step 1 SEPARATE: Divide clothing into 3 categories: Re-sell, Donate, Skinny jeans.

Steps 2 RE-SELL: Take all the clothes you’ve barely worn, or still have the tags on them or maybe aren’t the right style for you, to the closest re-sale shop for cash or credit.   While we’re quoting random sources, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”

Step 3 DONATE: So not every item you own is a gem, but create goodwill by donating to them. There are hundreds of organizations that find uses for old clothing to benefit the underprivileged.

Step 4 WORKOUT: The only way to get back into those jeans is diet and exercise!  Hang them on the treadmill and get to work!

Step 5 ORDER: Go to, browse the product line and select.  Style yourself in custom t-shirts, custom hoodies, and custom pants! Order something for every occasion until they fall apart (if that ever happens.) Brands like Alo and Alternative 1973 use organic cotton and recycled materials to produce quality clothing.

OR skip Steps 1-3 and go to; an e-commerce store focused on ridding the planet of environmentally-unfriendly t-shirt companies. 

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