When I was younger, my parents taught me that once medication expires, you either throw it in the trash or flush it down the toilet.
If you’ve ever turned over a bottle of conditioner or cosmetics just to be bombarded with a lengthy list of unpronounceable ingredients, you’re not alone.
Would you like to join the eco-friendly movement and play your part in saving the planet? One easy way is switching to vegan and cruelty-free shampoos.
If you eat gluten free, you’ve likely run into it: the dreaded crumbly, gummy gluten-free baked good.
Every year, the toilet paper industry makes over $31 billion in the United States alone.
Today, consumers are becoming increasingly aware of what they are putting in and on their bodies – and for good reason.
Popcorn is the perfect movie snack for a reason.
Lately, I’ve been looking for creative ways to repurpose items I don’t use anymore.
Imagine: it’s five-thirty on a wintry Friday evening. You just got off work and you’re heading to a friend’s apartment where she’s invited you over for a drink before a dinner party.
At Public Goods, we embrace wholeness. Whole beings, whole foods, and whole communities.