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Lauren Conrad celebrates Earth Day 2014

Lauren Conrad got into the spirit of celebrating our planet today at providing a few easy suggestions for eco-friendly entertaining without environmental harm. Lauren's parent company of her eco-line, Blue Avocado, is having an Earth month flash sale marking down 25 percent off on all their products.

Photo Courtesy of Lauren Conrad, used with permission
Photo Courtesy of Lauren Conrad, used with permission

Lauren starts out with eco shop, otherwise known as reusuable bags when making trips to the supermarket avoiding the question by the clerk whether one wants paper or plastic. Bags like this not only have cool & unique designs, but can also be stored very easily in one's car between trips to the grocer.

Next, we got those occasions where one brings along a dish of casserole, pie, or lasagna to someone's house function celebrating whatever holiday or birthday's taking place. Lauren recommends an eco-food carrier that keeps food hot or cold up to 6 hours, and does not waste plastic, tin foil, or Saran wrap.

Lauren then touches one cold beverages, providing an insulated wine carrier keeping liquids cold without rushing to find a refrigerator at one's house of business. Lauren then sans plastic utensils & paper plates in favor of regular silverware, glasses, and dishes which some can be found at Lauren's The Little Market. Plus, Lauren gives note to reusuable zip bags to send guests home with leftovers without using plastic bags or containers.

Also today, Lauren devotes her Tuesday 10 to April style tips by putting pink in one's hair, dainty necklaces, sneakers with t-shirt dresses, short dress with long jacket, and reinventing the jean skirt. Lauren too has styles involving a pop of pastel, wearing different patterns of the same color scheme, flower power on dresses, ballerina-inspired tulle, and neutrals.

This examiner confesses that it has never been a mindset of theirs to be 100 percent eco-friendly to the world. However, it's more than made up for by placing plastic bottles in the appropriate trash container when the options are available. Plus, getting involved & contributing every so often to what our civilization needs to stay intact.

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