With this Narberth Shop, the Living is Easy, and Sustainable

Main Line SHIFT
Image via Main Line SHIFT.
Co-founders Eleisha Eagle and Kimberley Bezak.

This Montgomery County shop is making living easier through sustainable shopping, writes Laura Brzyski for Philadelphia Magazine.

Main Line SHIFT in Narberth is women-owned business focused on offers eco-conscious goods and services focused on low-impact living, encouraging environmental responsibility through sustainable use of natural resources.

They position themselves as a resource those seeking sustainable ways to live on the Main Line. They also partner with local businesses and schools to provide green solutions.

Eleisha Eagle of Villanova met Kimberley Bezak of Narberth at a zero-waste talk that Kimberely was presenting at the Narberth Library. Now, they live the low-waste lifestyle and help the community learn to be as sustainable as they can.

SHIFT offers items using biodegradable or reusable materials, and only offer products that meet their strict sustainability standards. Customers can bring their own clean, dry containers or purchase one of SHIFT’s to be filled. The shop features over 50 bulk items. Liquids are priced by the ounce and the non-liquids priced per piece.

Be part of SHIFT’s resolution to lower waste in the Montco community by participating in challenges for personal sustainability that you can find on SHIFT’s Facebook page. Make the SHIFT!

Read more about Main Line SHIFT in Narberth in Philadelphia Magazine.