I've been sitting, bitterly, reflecting on a post I saw a few days ago. It put into words what I'd been feeling for so long and didn't know how to say it. The tweet is linked above, but to quote it again: "400,000 people have died from COVID-19 and there are people who fix their … Continue reading Blessing or curse
March's theme for our year of sustainability based on this plan is about empowering women. I love that. I love that in a year of mostly focusing specifically on environmental practices, we are taking the time to talk about gender and race and how environment is tied in with all of life. I got really … Continue reading Empowering
Jumping right into it, I'd like to announce to the blog world that I've taken on a year of sustainable living journey on my personal instagram, which I've made public (at least for now, until I freak myself out again having it public lol, right?). Anyway it's right here if you want to follow along. … Continue reading Plants
I want to make another argument for the zero waste movement. This movement, for me, is about owning less and using less. It's about being more aware of what I'm putting in and on my body. Being good to the earth is a positive side effect of this movement, of course, but I have to … Continue reading Confident.
So as to not waste your time, I'll tell ya this post is about the following: I've recently taken my first baby steps into a zero waste lifestyle and I want to tell everyone that it really isn't as hard as I thought it would be. This post is about my background with the earth, … Continue reading the Beginning of a Journey
I was building a super tall taller-than-you lego tower with my fave little 2 year old bud a few nights ago. TBH I've learned more from working with kids the past two years than I learned like... my whole life? Anyway, I'll call him Kid in this post since I don't love naming names in … Continue reading tower and fall