With Easter just in the review mirror, I’m admittedly relieved that the season of Lent has passed. This year, I attempted to give up online
There’s no point in stressing over things we can’t control, right? So, acknowledging the disturbing levels of consumption in America feels futile. What power does
Did you know that waste increases by a significant margin during the holidays? It’s pretty obvious why–wasted food, used gift wrap/tape/bows/boxes/bags, cheap decorations that get
When we need to buy our friend a birthday present, it’s easy to pop in Walmart and grab a candle, a knick-knack, a planter, etc.
After a couple weeks of seriousness, I’m ready for a light-hearted topic. In the second installment of my new Sustainability series, I’ll share some wasteful
This is the cycle of hyperconsumerism: shop excessively, stockpile clutter, repeat. America is built on this wasteful but effective concept, which causes us to ravage