Although Valentine's Day in itself is not very sustainable, I still think it can be fun to celebrate as long as you shift the focus to what its really about- showing the people you love that you appreciate them! If you want to celebrate in an eco-friendly way, here are a few low-waste and inexpensive ways to spend Valentine's Day.
These are a few practices that you can incorporate into your morning routine to improve your mental health and be more sustainable.
Planned obsolescence is just one of the ways that businesses exploit consumers and harm the environment. This article explains the practice and how you can avoid it.
While I'm not the biggest fan of New Year's resolutions, I still think they're a good way to set goals for yourself (regardless of how long you actually stick to them). I hope that these ideas will give you simple ways to incorporate sustainability into your life during the new year, without it seeming like a chore.
For many people, this year has been disappointing to say the least! But despite everything negative that's happened, the holiday season provides the perfect opportunity for us to spread joy and help others. In order to help you have a more sustainable holiday season, I've put together some tips so that you can be less wasteful this year!
I wanted to come up with some alternatives to traditional Halloween candy, so that you can celebrate guilt-free. Here are five options for treats that are less wasteful, and more sustainable.
Here are 5 things I no longer purchase while practicing minimalism and reducing the waste that I produce!
Beginning eco-friendly living can be daunting but these common mistakes and tips can make it easier for you to start your sustainable lifestyle!
The fast fashion industry creates textile waste, and often uses unethical labor practices. These second-hand fashion shops will keep your closet sustainable.
Starting an eco-friendly lifestyle can be overwhelming, but these simple changes will encourage you to live more sustainably.