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Miniseries challenge Part 4: Producing No Waste

Niki Grandics

As the month of January ends, so does our challenge. It has been a wonderful and stressful past few weeks as I try a different challenge all month long. I feel that I have learned so much information in the past few weeks and that I have educated myself more than ever. Experiences are some of the best teaching tools one can have, and as I reflect on my journey this month I realized that I left my biggest challenge for last. This challenge was one I was dreading due to the intense requirements.

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What You Want To Know About Organic Cotton

Hilda Chang

The word “Organic” has become a bit of a buzz word lately showing up on restaurants, foods, and other products. But it is more than just a trend, it is a movement toward a more sustainable and ethical future. When most hear the word organic we picture foods free of harmful chemicals and additives. However, the word organic applies to more than just food. Cotton for example is one the top growing industries to use this word, proclaiming that their organic product is superior to the modern cotton harvests. Enji wants to help our readers and fans understand what exactly this means and why you should care about organic cotton, even if you are not eating it.

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Miniseries Challenge Part 3: Vegan Challenge

Hilda Chang

Hello Enji fans, we’re back with the third challenge in our miniseries this month. Last week I showed my commitment to sustainability by making my dollars count and only buying sustainable food. This week I pushed myself even further and decided to try the well-known vegan challenge. The vegan challenge is known for being difficult to adjust to and has a high rate of failure on the first try. But I wanted to see if I had the discipline to try and make it all the way to the end of this week. 

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The Story Behind our Hashtag Earrings

Niki Grandics

Following the Golden Globes red carpet blackout, I saw so many articles covering the gorgeous gowns and stunning diamond and emerald jewelry the stars wore to the event. And for good reason, there were some truly out of this world amazing pieces to cover, but especially among jewelry publications, I saw nothing covering the reason for the blackout or its underlying message that time’s up.

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Miniseries Challenge Part Two: Buying Sustainable

Niki Grandics

Welcome back to the second part of our miniseries challenge. As you may already know I (Hilda) am trying something new each week for the month of January. Last week I tried lowering my carbon footprint by having what I like to call “No Drive Week.” While last week's sustainability challenge was focused on abstaining from a certain action, this week’s focuses on being proactive and mindful. I wanted to actively practice sustainability and thought the best way to do that is by making sure my money goes where it counts.

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How To Figure Out Your Ring Size

Hilda Chang

Have you ever found a ring on the internet that you absolutely would love to purchase, but you are not entirely sure of your ring size? The last ring you bought was a while ago, plus you are not sure if other conditions apply. Don’t worry we have all been there, and we heard your questions. Today we wrote this article to help you navigate the tricky world of online jewelry buying.

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Miniseries Challenge Part One: No Drive Week

Hilda Chang

With the turn of a new year, I decided that I wanted to make bigger strides toward sustainability. For this new year I pledged that I would try something new each week of the month of January. Follow me as I write and record my experiences every week on our new miniseries challenge. I will post my sustainable experiences every Wednesday here on Enji’s blog and small videos on our social media. This week to help me lower my carbon footprint on the Earth and to show our dependence on cars I decided not to drive.

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10 Small Ways To Make Your Wedding More Sustainable

Niki Grandics

Weddings are one of the most beautiful ceremonies you can witness, especially if it is your own. Every detail has been meticulously thought out right down to the last name card. Most brides plan out their weddings months maybe even years in advanced, as it takes copious time to plan. However, most weddings are not very environmentally friendly and use a lot of resources. That is why Enji came up with 10 small ways to help make your wedding (or friends) a little more sustainable. Every bride wants her wedding to be the best, but that doesn’t mean she should forego sustainability. Implement these small actions and your wedding can maintain its elegance while still being environmentally friendly.

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Birthstone Of The Month: Garnet

Niki Grandics

The new year is here, and it just so happens to land on a Monday. What a perfect coincidence for our blog. I (Hilda), would like to say congratulations to all the January babies out there. I was also born on January and know that all thought the cold nips at your toes, we couldn’t have asked for a better birth month. Most stores are eager to put on after holiday sales and our birthdays are just far enough from Christmas to be their own celebration. To help you celebrate Enji has made a list of 10 fun facts about our birthstone, the garnet.

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Can Seaweed Be The Answer?

Hilda Chang

This past year America had many large and powerful natural disasters, from the east coast of hurricane Irma to the west coast of the California wild fires. Although many believe climate change is not real, these catastrophes have helped highlight the dangers of climate change. However, one company is fighting hard during the holidays as they try and provide a realistic solution to climate change.

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 Why is Enji Environmentally Conscious?

Niki Grandics

Many of you are aware that Enji encourages environmentally friendly practices such as recycling, reducing, and reusing. We also try to do our part to reduce our impact on the earth such as using lab created diamonds and only choosing ethically sourced stones. Although all our business practices take into consideration our customer’s needs and wants, there is more behind the reason Enji has chosen to be a greener company. Today we want to share our personal stories and reasons on why we believe that being environmentally conscious means.

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The Ultimate Eco-Friendly Guide to Traveling With Jewelry

Hilda Chang

Traveling can be stressful for many people. Whether you are a last-minute packer or a time management wizard there is always something you either forget or anticipate going wrong. Whether you are traveling by airplane across the state or by car to a nearby city you should always be prepared. During the research portion of this article we found that many of the so-called tips involved using plastics and disposable ideas. However, here at Enji we believe it is our responsibility to limit waste too, so we made our guide more ecofriendly. And although the recent holidays are over, you will be able to use these tips and tricks any time you travel.

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Enji’s Top 5 Plant Based Holiday Desserts

Hilda Chang

As the holidays are fast approaching we are all looking forward to one thing that brings most families together. Whether it is your Christmas feast or simply a family party, food is one thing that helps families and friends bond. However, it can be challenging for all members to participate, especially if they have dietary restrictions. Personally, it was always a bit challenging for me to fully enjoy Thanksgiving and Christmas with my family and friends as I prefer mostly vegan foods and between traditional Hungarian and American holiday foods, you find very little that is free of meat or animal products. Today I’m sharing my top 5 vegan desserts that are sure to please everyone.

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Fully Plant Based Holiday Meal Ideas

Hilda Chang

It is that time of the year where families and friends gather around the table to break bread. Although it is a wonderful tradition, many holiday dishes consist of meat or animal products. Loved ones who follow stricter diets are not always given a second thought and can subsequently feel excluded. Today we share some dishes that the whole family can enjoy without realizing it is a vegan dish. By simply substituting a few dishes you can elevate the flavors of your meals and ensure that everyone has something to eat. Come back on Wednesday for Enji’s top 5 desserts to serve as well.

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Taking Care Of The Ones You Love - Part 3

Hilda Chang

It has been a great week here at Enji. I have tried different greener cleaning techniques for metals and shared how to properly care for your favorite jewelry pieces. Although this will be my last post for the week I am excited to share what I have learned with you. Today I will be sharing my research on cleaning and storing gemstones. There are many stones and here at Enji we continue to explore and learn more about different stones and gems each day. We advise you to seek the original jeweler for questions about cleaning your jewelry if you are unsure what stone you own. Here are some easy ways to care for your most common precious stones.

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Taking Care Of The Ones You Love - Part 2

Hilda Chang

Last time we talked about 5 ways to keep your jewelry looking pristine in daily use. But what if you are the type of person who just bought an elegant piece that is perfect for that event in a few months? How do you keep it looking its best so that you can look your very best? Today I will share a few ways of how to store the most common jewelry and how different metals require special attention.

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Taking Care Of The Ones You Love - Part 1

Hilda Chang

We have all been there. We buy an amazing piece of jewelry and do one of two things, we either save it for a special occasion or wear it every day. But rarely do we stop to think if we are taking care of our jewels in the proper way. Do some pieces require more attention than others? Is there a difference in how we treat different metals? What about gemstones? Well friends I am here to help you find your way through this elaborate maze of jewelry care with a three-part blog on how to properly care for your pieces. Today we talk about prevention and day to day wear.  Here are five simple steps to ensuring that your jewelry stays almost as new as the day you bought it.

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