Hello October!

Hello October!  I can’t believe it’s October already.  Fall has officially arrived.  That means we can welcome that refreshing crisp breeze, the vibrant fall colors, and pumpkin spice everything!

Fall in New England is glorious.  We are surrounded by the most beautiful colors.  The bright green leaves gradually give way to yellow, red, orange and eventually brown.  I love driving through my city and just admiring all the beautiful colors and watching plump squirrels and chipmunk scurry by with cheeks full of acorns.  

What is fall like in your neck of the woods?  Let me know in the comments.

To help you kick off fall here are our top 3 Eco-friendly items for a sustainable fall.

Eco Friendly lunchboxes:

wheat straw lunch boxes for kids

kid's wheat straw lunch box 

Now that the kiddos (and college kids) are back in school, lunchboxes are a must.  Lunch Boxes made of wheat straw are sustainable options.  You can pack a healthy and flavorful lunch with peace of mind knowing that your lunchbox is plastic free.

Wheat straw is a viable alternative to plastic.  Wheat straw is the stalk left over after the grains have been harvested.  Wheat straw lunch boxes are microwave safe.  It is recommended that you wash them by hand.

Smart Thermos:

smart thermos
smart thermos LED temperature display


Nothing beats a warm drink on a chilly afternoon.  An LED Temperature Display is a great way to keep your Pumpkin Spice Latte warm.  They can keep hot items warm for up to 6 hours and cold items cold for up to 12 hours.  You will always know the exact temperature of your drink with the handy dandy temperature display.

Smart Thermos for the kiddos:

Smart thermos for kids

kid's smart thermos LED temperature display

Your kiddo might enjoy a nice warm cup of apple cider after a long day of jumping in the leaves. The LED temperature display lets you know the temperature of the drink to make sure it’s not too hot for the little ones.  Available in multiple fun colors.  

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