Zero Waste Lover
About 1.3 billion tons of food is wasted globally per year. To combat this and gift your honey with delicious produce, check out Misfits Market. They work “directly with farmers and food producers to source organic produce, high-quality meats and seafood, sustainable pantry staples, and other groceries that might otherwise go to waste.”
Show gratitude and love for the day your sweetheart was born with a birth chart. These charts (that also make beautiful wall art) show where the stars were in the sky on the day they were born.
Unsurprisingly, there’s a newfound love of nature and all things green since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. And if there’s one thing we’ve learned, experiencing nature doesn’t require a home in the hills or access to acres of land. This Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to gift your S.O. a Master Class with Ron Finley on gardening. If he can grow a garden on a strip of dirt, anyone can.
For the one who loves to wear their gifts with pride, check out Ana Luisa’s Valentine’s day sale. Not only is their jewelry on-trend, but it’s also completely carbon and water neutral. Learn more about their environmental impact and shop the sale here.
Not everyone has the “clean gene” and that’s okay. Save yourself the energy of an uncomfortable conversation with your messy loved one and surprise them with a cleaning service. Even sweeter, companies like ecomaids use all environmentally friendly products to get your place squeaky clean.
Valentine’s Day can easily turn into a monotonous tradition. But with gifts like these, you’ll make this holiday one to remember each and every year.