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There are lots of great ideas floating around the internet about how to throw the perfect baby shower but something they tend to miss is this: how to have a great party for the mother-to-be AND recognize the importance of the 3 R’s (Reduce, Re-use and Recycle). Like most parties, it can be easier to buy disposable supplies and cheap party favours but at the end of the party you really see the result — from plastics to trash to food waste, the entire party can end up being a total ecological disaster.
So, as most things in life, we are looking for a happy balance between convenience and conscience. And if you really think about it, the future of the baby will see the impact of the environmental decisions we make NOW! So let’s see how these five ideas can have a positive net benefit for the mother and the baby:
Our next guests for the My Lil’ Bean Q&A are Vanessa and Melissa, a duo that are on a mission! From their start on TV they have now branched into other media to share thoughtful conversations about topics that can resonate with any mother. We were lucky enough to be featured in their December gift guide.
Tell us a bit about how you two started as a media duo
Melissa and I were both correspondents on a local entertainment show on Rogers TV. Although we both love entertainment and media, our biggest passion was being Moms. Almost simultaneously we pitched Rogers on the idea of a local parenting show. A producer at Rogers thought we would really hit it off if we met, so we were set up on a kind of “blind date” at Starbucks. Soon after Diapers & Lipgloss was born and the rest is history… Read more
Among the many benefits of working with small business owners, one of the great things is hearing their very personal stories of how they came to make the amazing products that you see in our baskets. As part of a series we’d like to share those stories with you. We’re thankful to have Karin as our first guest!
How did you begin making your own soap and massage oil?