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7 Ways You Can Go Green This St. Patrick’s Day

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7 Ways You Can Go Green This St. Patrick’s Day

7 Ways You Can Go Green This St. Patrick’s Day Remember that feeling when you strutted into elementary school and forgot to wear green on St. Patrick’s Day? All your friends couldn’t wait to pinch and tease you. With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking green. It’s one thing if you forget to wear green, but you should never forget about going green for the planet. Here are 7 easy ways you can help save our planet by going green: 1. Save Water Enjoying a nice, long shower after a hard day feels amazing...

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How to make purchases with a purpose

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How to make purchases with a purpose

How to make purchases with a purpose These days, it’s cool to be environmentally conscientious.  That’s because people are finally starting to realize that caring about the earth is important and that in order to have generations of world-changers after us, the earth has to be a livable planet. That is why so many consumers are turning to eco-friendly brands for peace of mind that the products they are purchasing are working towards this greater good of sustainability and not adding to the many problems already present in this day and age. Here at Marc Skid, we share in this...

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Not just organic, organic Pima cotton! What is organic Pima cotton?

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Not just organic, organic Pima cotton! What is organic Pima cotton?

The difference between organic and organic Pima cotton Each pair of Marc Skid undies is made with the “cashmere of cotton”. Marc Skid undies are made with organic Pima cotton sourced from Peru, but what does that even mean? Cotton is pivotal to Peru’s history. Archaeological evidence suggests that people began harvesting cotton from wild plants in what is now Peru nearly 10,000 years ago. Cotton fabrics have even been found in ancient Peruvian tombs that predated the Incas. The Incas harvested cotton for practical and artistic endeavors. Their cotton weaving techniques and the quality of their textiles impressed the...

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Charity spotlight: The Hunger Project

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Charity spotlight: The Hunger Project

Charity spotlight: The Hunger Project It starts with women. That's the idea behind The Hunger Project’s programs throughout Africa, South Asia and Latin America. In fact, it’s the first of their three pillars that form the foundation for each of the 16,075 communities the organization aids: Empower women as key agents of change Mobilize communities into self-reliant action Foster effective partnerships to engage local government In general, The Hunger Project initiates campaigns against early marriage and violence against women, education programs for nutrition and sanitation and income-generating activities for communities in need. It’s their belief that by pioneering sustainable, women-centered strategies, we...

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