Fast Fashion on My Mind-Part Two

I previously wrote about fashion and its negative environmental impact. Simply put, fast fashion is cheaply produced clothing sold to consumers seeking the latest trends. When we buy cheap clothing, we more readily discard it, and then we buy more. Consider defining your budget, refining your style, and buying clothes that make you feel good […]

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Fast Fashion on My Mind-Part One

Fast fashion has been on my mind for a long time, and apparently on the minds of others. Just take a look at this piece in the New York Times. What is fast fashion? Simply put – cheap clothing produced rapidly by mass-market retailers in response to the latest trends. The reasons to be concerned […]

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Living Without Plastic

I try to live a purposeful life. To me this means making my personal relationships a priority, maintaining good health, focusing on business goals, and doing my part to be environmentally diligent. The latter is important to me and relates to all elements of my purposeful living. One of my greatest concerns is the effect […]

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Healthy Food

I’ve always wanted to know where the food I eat comes from. Not just where it is grown, but how and by whom. It’s important I know my food is healthy and has been grown by farmers who respect the earth. Unfortunately, plagued with a climate crisis and trade wars, our farmers are struggling now […]

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Community Giving

I’ve been thinking a lot about consumerism and what it is doing to our lives. The impact on our planet is perhaps the most daunting thought. What happened to people sharing what they had and not buying seldom used, single task items? I recently became aware of the Buy Nothing Project, a network of community-based […]

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Home

When I was young, I wanted to be Laura Ingalls. I basically had her Little House series books memorized by age ten. No matter where she and her family lived, what they lived in, or what they had, their home was comforting and comfortable. Ma would prepare simple meals and Pa would play the fiddle. […]

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