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Sustainable Choices Within Our Busy Lives

Morning, friends! What a week it’s been: big successes locally, and some exciting coverage nationally. And, we’re not done yet! Last week, I spent an hour chatting with Amanda Gates of Gates Interior Design about how to live more sustainable lives despite our busy-ness, how small changes can have big impact, and how to actively […]

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Mostly Paper Clips

I had fun sharing our latest product design/development efforts with a like-minded friend this morning, and was reminded that I haven’t officially shared it with you guys yet! There’s very little to be excited about when it comes to paper clips, but when you figure out a solution to a tricky, sticky problem, and people […]

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What We’re Up Against…

That time when a company that claims to design new Christmas sh*t for Target and Walmart brings an entire tour group of design employees through your shop to ‘find inspiration’ and you make a point to actively engage the company’s bosses in a conversation about Junket’s goal of driving down demand for unnecessary new product/garbage/sh*t […]

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Missing lids

After two of our handmade, 100% reuse candles sold first thing this morning, we decided to fire up the wax and make more. This new batch has been poured into antique typewriter ribbon tins that arrived at the shop missing their lids… These would be sweet as hostess gifts and stocking stuffers. Any (faint) scent […]

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Carbon impact data: highlights and context

Here are some highlights from our recently published carbon impact update: 1. Landfill diversion @ junket, Jan-Oct 2016: 5.236 tons of product sold, weighed, and classified by material type. 2. Carbon dioxide emissions (CO2e) from new manufacturing avoided because these 5.236 tons of product were purchased at Junket instead of new items purchased elsewhere, Jan-Oct […]

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