get rewarded for being good to yourself and mother earth

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Hyde is always happy to collaborate with like-minded friends in generating awareness around earth-conscious living. Read below for a special article from Goddess Garden and don’t miss our exclusive discounts!

Happy 2016! Whether you make your resolutions “Facebook official” or keep them to yourself to allow some wiggle room, make sure your plans include treating yourself and Mother Earth well. A great first step is to incorporate more of the latter into the prior—for everything you do.

At Goddess Garden, we help people do that very thing by making sure all our decisions are good for our customers and the planet. It’s no surprise we like to work with companies like Hyde that have the same earth-friendly, sustainable beliefs. Hyde is known for their comfy, eco-friendly organic-cotton clothing designed for yoga and real life. We’re working to take synthetic chemicals out of everyone’s daily lives to make everyone more comfortable. It’s the perfect partnership! We both understand the value of organics, but we both understand that life challenges sometimes hinder our good intentions. That’s why we both work hard to make better lifestyle choices easier and more accessible.


Marketing terms can be confusing. “Natural,” “all-natural,” “made with,” “mineral based,” they can mean almost anything and they aren’t monitored by anyone. On the other hand, an organic certification is a rigorous and regimented process that serves to help consumers make informed decisions. The certification is overseen by a third party to monitor the process and make sure companies are doing things the right way. From sunscreen to essential oils to clothing, if a product has an organic certification, you can trust the source and the process. In a world of increasing worry, it’s one less thing to worry about. And Goddess Garden and Hyde are both all about less worry!


In 2016, we’re teaming up with Hyde to help people stress less and put more positivity into practice. We’re offering monthly subscription boxes that pair an aspiration with a mantra and tips for success, along with hand-selected essential oils to help you stay on track. This month, we’re focused on letting go, in an effort to clear the clutter in our minds and in our homes. At our office, we’re challenging our employees to give up things they no longer need and put them to good use. Hyde is planning to do that on a large scale by introducing a line of poly clothing made entirely of recycled plastic bottles. All our efforts make a difference, so we hope reducing, reusing, recycling and sharing are all part of your 2016 plan!

If starting or continuing yoga is also part of your plan—congratulations! Many of us struggle to stay active in the winter, and yoga spans all seasons. It can also help keep you grounded when a walk in the woods isn’t an option. You can even add a touch of the outdoors by using essential oils, that serve the dual role of helping you with your practice. For example, frankincense can slow your breath and make it easier to meditate. Peppermint can help you clear your mind and focus. Lavender can help you relax. Use all three together with our DIY mat spray recipe below:


3 drops lavender
1 drop frankincense
1 drop peppermint

Add to four ounces of purified water and spray directly on your yoga mat. You may also diffuse the blend into the room.


Goddess Garden and Hyde are here to help your motivation with a little incentive, each good through January 31, 2016!

This year, take care of yourself and the planet. Happy 2016!