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Why Supporting Black-Owned Businesses Matters

Why Supporting Black-Owned Businesses Matters

At Good Intent, we believe that how we spend our money has an extraordinary ability to impact our world for the better. And we’ve been reminded in the last few weeks that so many others share these beliefs. We have seen countless campaigns to support Black-owned businesses, and lists of...

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13 Ways to Step Up Your Low Waste Game During Quarantine

13 Ways to Step Up Your Low Waste Game During Quarantine

If you’ve been working on building up better low waste habits for awhile, you might have noticed some added roadblocks during quarantine thwarting your good intent -- bulk sections closed at grocery stores, bans on using your own containers, pressure to use disposable wipes and gloves, the need to stock...

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Recycling Demystified Part 2: What & How to Recycle

Recycling Demystified Part 2: What & How to Recycle

In Part 2 of our Demystifying Recycling Series, we’re breaking down the rules of what and how to recycle. Every community has slightly different criteria based on the capacity of local facilities, and that’s if you’re lucky enough to have access to recycling! But whether your area goes all-in when...

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Choosing the Right Oils for Your Skincare DIY

Choosing the Right Oils for Your Skincare DIY

If you've dabbled in DIY skincare, you may have seen recipes that call for a specific liquid oil (carrier oil), but encourage you to swap it out for your carrier oil of choice. We've included the same direction in all of our personal care DIYs. But perhaps it's not always clear which...

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How to Prevent Food Waste

How to Prevent Food Waste

While plastic gets a lot of attention for seemingly being Enemy #1 of the low waste community, it’s not the only waste contributor on our hit list. Food, once a simple, natural concept, biodegradable, and part of the circle of life on which we depend, is not so innocent after...

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