How exciting, a nation which is seemingly coming to terms with its green side! Not only are we bumping into smaller business stores doing the "greener thing," but surprisingly the major companies are, as well. One of my favorite cereals by General Mills, for example, Lucky Charms, is contributing to creating a greener environment by posting tips on the boxes for children and adults to read as they enjoy their morning meal.
Educating our children, our growing next generation, is crucial to maintaining a green environment. This fall, with the leaves tumbling beneath their growing feet and minds, finding the right clothing to sport at school is going to be simpler and more meaningful. Children are typically easily influenced by what they see the older generations doing, especially teens and younger adults!
Organic material is biodegradable (chemicals break down by a physiological environment). Today, many people are unaware that biodegradable clothing even exists, but it does. Purchasing biodegradable clothing is not only less pricy than the typical clothing styles children enjoy wearing and showing off, but, more importantly, it is a great contribution to Mother Nature.
So a huge mission we adults, like myself, should put to mind this fall is to educate and help facilitate the purchase of biodegradable clothing. Such clothing lines can be just as in tune with today’s styles that children enjoy most!
For the ladies and gentlemen who appreciate healthy hair, contribution to Mother Nature can be a lot simpler than they might've thought. Keeping our hair shiny, healthy and lengthy is important. Thanks to SoftSheen Carlson, hair products of "Roots of Nature" help us to explore and contribute to our options of the new hair products in which contain all natural ingredients! I myself contribute to the natural ingredient developed product.
Let's make it this season's mission to contribute to Mother Nature by setting our stakes high with the new fashions of biodegradable clothing and natural herbs for maintaining our health!
Photos: Rose Aviles