What could possibly go better with your breakfast than a cuppa coffee in the morning?
It’s a hug in a cup and who doesn’t love that kind of start to your day?
My obsession with coffee, especially mushroom coffee, is well documented, particularly if you follow me on Instagram.
I love taking the time to brew it so I can add warming spices like cinnamon and cardamom, or turn it into a butter coffee for extra customization.
What can I say? I love me a fancy coffee.
But if I was time crunched, or travelling, then single-serve coffee pods, like those offered by Keurig and Tassimo, would be very appealing.
The problem the convenience these coffee pods bring us however is an environmental tipping point.
Ok you and Harrison Ford aside, rather than toss your beloved single-cup machine there’s a company in Toronto that’s working to lessen the environmental impact of these coffee pods.
GoJava has partnered with TerraCycle to offer you not only a free next-day delivery service, but will also come and collect your coffee pods to recycle them, again at no cost to you.
Here’s how it works:
Give them a go and save $10 on your first order by using the code DISCOUNT10 at checkout.
And you could also win a $100 GoJava gift card! Just enter below for your chance to score a whole latte coffee.
Open to residents of Toronto Etobicoke, Mississauga, Thornhill, Markham, Richmond Hill or Vaughan only
*This post was sponsored by GoJava, but I’m 100% behind their mission to find a solution for this growing environmental problem. If you use coffee pods I wholeheartedly encourage you to try them out!
For the past 5 months I’ve been working on a project (the one I’ve been hinting at on Instagram!) that literally has me running through this 6 step creative process erryday.
And just when I think I’ve nailed it, I find something I don’t like about the formulation that makes me go back to the drawing board.
But the satisfaction and validation of getting to step #6 is what makes it all worth it.
Happy Thursday blushers! Let your creative energies flow today and try to aggressively reject letting your mind wander through steps #3 and #4. Make it a HARD REJECT!
I’ve been pretty hit and miss lately with treating you guys to a roundup of goodies that are catching my eye.
Ok way more miss than hit.
But starting this month I’ll be adding it as a regular monthly series!
Here’s what’s making the November cut for what’s worthy of your guilty pleasure:
Now, I’m not sure exactly what happened, but autumn seems to be vanishing at an alarming rate!
It seems as if I was just trying to manage my oily face, caused by summer heat, but now with Christmas only 53 days away (utterly terrifying non?) and temperatures dipping to uncomfortably low figures, my mind is fixated on a new skincare survival guide that will keep my hands soft and hydrated all winter long.
Sudsatorium Dahl in the Family soap ($3.95) – on average we wash our hands 3-4x a day so its important not to use a drying soap. Women in India have been using ‘dahl’ (Hindi word for lentils) for centuries as a skincare aid because it helps with the production of collagen (who knew?!) and that coupled with the addition of soothing rose and chamomile essential oils is what makes this soap perfect for calming skin made sensitive by winter’s cold
Odacité Intensive Hand & Heel Therapy hand cream ($49 for 4 oz) – non greasy and extremely hydrating this cream is my daytime go-to option as you can massage it in and then immediately get back to the business of life (click here for my full review)
Beret Jane Miracle Salve hand treatment ($19 for 1.83 oz) – Beret, a certified aromatherapist, created a salve infused with the strongest calendula extract in the world. Calendula, one of nature’s most potent healers, protects and repairs dry hands and is what makes this salve particularly special. I’ve been using it at nighttime with my cotton gloves and have seen a noticeable difference in the softness of my hands in the morning.
Curious to try Beret’s Miracle Salve? From now until November 30, 2015 GET 25% OFF when you use code “LIB25” at checkout.
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