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If you’re looking for the best sustainable gifts for 2020, I’ve got some great ideas for you!
Spending responsibly and for the long term is what our family strives for – money is just too hard to come by to spend it on frivolous things!
When you purchase better quality items (even when they’re used!), you’ll spend less throughout your lifetime because you won’t need to replace things as often! That’s being sustainable!
Personally, I love the Carhartt brand! I’ve had the same coat, overalls and gloves for about 10 years now and they continue to hold up well. They keep me warm out in the elements all winter long, whether I’m cleaning stalls or doing the daily feedings.
Sustainable Gifts for Women
Sustainable Gifts for Men
Our men need to stay warm during the winter as well! Once again, Carhartt to the rescue in our home! Their quality is just amazing and long-lasting!
Sustainable Gifts for the Kitchen
Making and preserving quality food takes some up-front investment! However, you will rarely (if ever) need to replace these sustainable kitchen tools! I personally own and use all of these items.
Sustainable Food Preservation
Once again, I own and use all of these items. Yes, it took me years to collect them all but they should last me a good, long time.
These kinds of purchases are an investment in your family’s food security.
Sustainable Gifts for Children
*As we look toward the holiday season of 2020, many families may find themselves with difficult financial situations to deal with. Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on the economy this year, with millions out of work and facing evictions. Life has taken a serious turn for many Americans.
I want to acknowledge the struggle and to let you know that the world won’t come to an end if you aren’t able to spend much, if any for Christmas this year. Love on your family and find gratitude in wherever life has you.