So I just wanted to give you guys an update about my latest episode on Health, Wellness and Lifestyle TV. November’s episode is all about what you can do today to be greener tomorrow! Again you can watch my episode on Health, Wellness and Lifestyle TV on JoyTV and ONE Channel in Canada and now Russia (look at us go! haha) Check out the link here to find your local times and listings here. If you like seeing Cedar Coast on Health Wellness and Lifestyle TV, please let them know on Facebook, Instagram and their Website! Your support is always loved and appreciated!
And now for the other purpose of this post! I had more than a few followers and clients ask about where they could buy the products that I discussed on my first and second episode on Health Wellness and Lifestyle TV. As always, your wish is my command! Here are my recommendations!
My first recommendation on Health Wellness and Lifestyle TV was to bring your own water bottle and coffee cups with you to campus and skip the disposable cups. These
S’well and JOCO travels mugs and water bottle are my personal favourite.
My second recommendation was to bring your own food to campus and skip the cafeteria food line! I am in love with these Eco Vessel collapsible silicone food containers. They come in single item containers like this one, and in divided versions. The best thing is that once you are done you can just collapse it into a 1″ flat container and stuff it into your bag. Easy Peasy! A great, less expensive option, is this glass and silicone container by U-Konserve which is super sturdy and easy to clean without having the issue of your food coming in contact with harmful plastic chemicals.
Eco Vessel Collapsible Silicone Single Compartment Container Green
Next I recommend getting yourself some decent writing and note taking materials. If you are like me and can’t seem to get on-board with digital note taking, make sure you get sheet paper which is sourced responsibly or made from post-consumer fiber or a notebook which is made from sustainable materials.
And last but not least, I always encourage other students to seek out used textbooks, even if they are one or two editions old. Scour the bulletin boards on campus, join local Facebook pages for your university and ask friends and colleagues. Not only will you save yourself the expense, but you are also ensuring that a message is sent to your institution that charging students for expensive textbooks is unethical and an unfair practice for the student body to bear.
Coming soon is November’s product list and a brand new blog post about what you can do today to be greener tomorrow!
Thanks again you guys!