Jujube, known for their utilitarian bags slung over the shoulders of celeb moms have taken their reign as one of Hollywood’s beloved accessory line to the ultimate mommy fan — Mother Earth. Their eco-friendly Earth Leather collection, priced from $50-$300 brings fashion AND technology to the scene with their exclusively engineered Earth Leather material able to be MACHINE washed.Our resident mom, Bryce, agrees: “It’s a great bag because it’s got so many compartments for diapers, pacifiers, creams, your wallet… you name it. And the best part is that it wipes down easily, so you never have to worry about ruining your totally gorgeous leather from a formula spill!”
FOR OFFICIAL ENTRY: Are you down with Mother Earth? Tell us what you do to help her out [recycle your old cell phone? tote a reusable water bottle?] and you’ll be entered for a chance to win! Our first winner will walk away with The Behave [worth $160] & 2 runner up contestants will win The Mighty Be [worth $65] — all in your choice of black or brown.
Tweet to @LuxurySpot / @JuJuBe_Inc & Facebook your answers for extra credit 😉 Contest Ends March 1, 2011
I use a reusable water bottle.
I use my own bags when shopping, recycle phones computers and batteries. I also unplug things when not in use.
I compost, recycle, bring my own bags, use refillable water bottles, grown herbs and veggies….you name it I try my best!
I recycle magazines,newspapers and old books. I also donate gently worn clothing and accessories.
I work for an electric company and we just built a LEAD cert. building, and I am on the green team there. Making sure we recycle and cut down on our waste. Going to be making our very own community garden this spring. Personally I use reusable bags at the store, and like to use vegan and organic hygiene products.
It is so important to do our part! I use a refillable water bottle, I have switched all my light bulbs to be more energy friendly AND I drive a Prius!!
I do as much as I can! I bring cloth bags to the store, recycle everything, grow herbs and veggies, collect rain water, and host an eco blog http://dee.eschultheiss.org/
I LOVE this bag! I saw it first in Pregnancy Mag last month! I am Vegan and therefore this bag is right up my alley! I recycle, am a PETA supporter, bring my own coffee mug/water bottle/ etc and reuse whenever possible. In addition, I have retrofitted my home to be energy efficient. Pick me!
We use refillable bottles, recycle everything we possibly can, bring cloth bags to the grocery store and shop our local farmers market in season.
I bring reusable bags to the grocery store and recycle egg cartons and styrofoam containers along with my usual recycling of bottle, cans, paper, juice containers.
I also donate used items to Goodwill to recycle and help train people for the workforce.
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We’re members of our local nature center/animal shelter where used ink cartridges, empty tissue boxes, and foam cartons are reused. My favorite thing to do is repurpose old items and come up with creative playthings for my kids. For example, using diaper boxes to build a fort/castle, making car wheels out of empty coffee cans, using packing paper to draw treasure maps. We always have a blast on a rainy day without having to spend a cent and help the environment at the same time.
I use reusable bags, reusable water bottles, have a garden, vermicompost and regular compost. I love these bags!!!
I always use reusable bag when ever I go to the grocery store and I recycle everything. I also have my own herb garden.
I teach my students about the importance of recycling and taking care of the earth; I try to lead by example.
I do loads… compost, recycle, use reusable bags when shopping, have a reusable water bottle, recycle electronics. It’s pretty easy actually…
I have been an avid recycler since junior high!
I try to reuse, reduce and recycle everyday. Thank you for highliting this amazing line of eco bags Bryce! I am now obsessed!
I am a die hard composter. I am also a vermi-composter. I have composting worms living in a bin in my garage, much to the dismay of my children. But vermicomposting is a very clean, easy way to compost.
I am teaching my kids how to recycle . They enjoy learning !