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It’s that time of year again! Earth Day is almost here, a new print, Endangered, has just been released and we are celebrating all things reusable, renewable and compostable. Thirsties has always been committed to the environment and reducing waste through cloth diapering. However, there are so many other ways you can you can reduce waste in your daily life.

Here’s our top five ways to reduce your carbon footprint today:

  1. Reduce Landfill Waste With Reusable Snack Bags
  2. Reduce Ocean Waste With Reusable Straws
  3. Reduce Pollution With Carpooling
  4. Reduce Landfill Waste With Compostable Poly Mailers
  5. Reduce Landfill Waste By Using Water Bottles/Thermoses Instead of Buying Bottled Water/Coffee

Reduce Landfill Waste With Reusable Snack Bags

Ditch the Ziplock and use reusable snack bags for your snacks, lunches and more. Many reusable snack bags can be washed in the washer or dishwasher and reduce landfill waste significantly. Here’s our favorite uses … Read More

Anyone can use cloth anywhere! Whether you use a washing machine, laundry mat or hand wash your diapers, there are several different methods of washing diapers and hand washing, specifically, can be used pretty much anywhere. Most of the items you’ll need to hand wash your diapers are easily accessible and can be purchased almost anywhere.

In this article, we are going to discuss how to hand wash cloth diapers as well as the reasons some people choose to hand wash, the materials and methods they use as well as some tips and tricks to make this process just a little easier.

Reasons to Hand Wash

So, why do people hand wash their cloth diapers? Maybe your financial situation doesn’t include a washer and dryer just yet. Or maybe you love to camp, hike and enjoy the outdoors without having to drive back into town every time you need to … Read More

We’re often asked for our best cloth diaper tips and tricks as well as how to make cloth diapering easier. While there is no one perfect way to cloth diaper, there are a few things that can definitely make your cloth diapering journey simpler.

In this article, we will discuss the top ten cloth diapering tips and tricks as well as how these tips can help you cloth diaper successfully.

Here’s our top tips:

  1. Use Your Prefolds for Everything
  2. Don’t Use Fabric Softener, Ever
  3. Toss the Dryer Sheets
  4. You Really Do Need All Those Wet Bags
  5. Use Cloth Safe Diaper Cream (Like Booty Love!)
  6. Try a Few Different Styles
  7. Adjust Your Rise First, THEN Your Waist
  8. Keep Your Wash Routine Simple
  9. Remember My Cloth Baby is Happy
  10. Use Booty Luster Spray for Hands and Faces Too!

Use Your Prefolds for Everything

Prefolds are incredibly … Read More

Have you ever wondered what you can do with your wet bag? The Thirsties Wet Bag is so multi-functional and we love it for storing our dirty cloth diapers. But what happens when you are done cloth diapering? Can you still use your wet bag?

Of course! Not only can you use your wet bag, but we want to show you all the different ways you can use your wet bag beyond the diapering years. Or maybe you are currently cloth diapering and have an extra wet bag (or five) laying around and you are just not sure what to do with it? Either way, wet bags are arguably the most versatile cloth diaper accessory. In this article, we will discuss the top ten uses for your wet bag as well as some tips and tricks that will help you use your wet bag beyond your cloth diapering … Read More

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It’s been decided: 2019 is the year of self care. The year of making yourself a priority and truly finding time and intention in your life to take care of yourself. This is the year of spending time doing things that make you feel better about yourself, feel healthier both mentally and physically and help you to refocus and recharge.

But what does self care even look like and how can you implement it in your everyday life? Let’s take a look at ways we can implement self care in our daily wellness routine. It’s Wellness Wednesday!


Sometimes, self care means just giving yourself time. Time to relax, recharge, accomplish something you’ve always wanted to or just take a bath. I think we are successful at creating time in our lives for others, but we don’t see making time for ourselves as a priority.

Why is Read More