Summer is coming to an end and it’s back to school, back to work, and back to “reality”. At least that’s what some people say. Personally, I designed my life that so all 365 days feel like reality. The weather changes and the temperature too, but my view of life remains the same. My goals are still there, my dreams still dancing in my head, my attitude consistent (for the most part).
But for some of us who have taken a reasonable rest from their jobs or schools, are beginning again now in Autumn.
Are you prepared? Are you thinking of ways to bring some change into your day-to-day during the new season?
How about starting with some reusable, recycled, re-found essentials?Read more →
Recently Etsy has put out a new selection of Editors Picks under the title : Reduce Your Waste.
They feature everything from upcycled gifts, to reclaimed wood furniture, to earth friendly cleaning products and more. I think it’s a great idea! Although when thinking about reducing your waste, buying more items doesn’t exactly come to mind. But the idea is that these are products you will only have to buy once (or very minimal amounts) in an effort of reducing your waste that is being thrown out everyday.
For example; how often do you throw cling-wrap in the garbage? Most people, very often. Well what if there was a simpler way that could be simply washed and reused? There is! Read more →
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I don’t know if I’m the only one who gets anxiety trying to cook, clean, bake and NOT think about how I’m impacting the environment.
Now-a-days it’s normal to plastic-wrap your food, then store it in plastic, cover that in plastic and chuck all of that in a plastic bag with a lovely plastic ribbon to finish it off. AHH! Meanwhile, you’ve got the faucet dumping rivers into your drain as you scrub your dishes with *soon-to-be* landfill sponges and a toxic soap that smells like a paint-can. Alright… I may have dramatized it just a little, but I’ve got to make a point! Read more →
I get it, you want to be environmentally friendly. You’d love to be that person who wakes up at 4am to promote their “Save the Anteaters” campaign, just before they march down the streets with a handmade, 100% recycled bamboo, protest sign reading, “I LOVE MOTHER EARTH, DO YOU!?” But you’d also love to be a hibernating bear who only wakes up to eat cold pizza that just-so-happens to be on the floor beside your bed. Is there no middle ground? Well I believe there is!
Here are a few environmentally friendly ideas that will make a difference and won’t take a lot of effort.