After generations of making our mark on this planet, in both good and bad ways, we’re finally warming up to the idea of making less of one...or better yet, none at all.
“take only photographs, leave only footprints”.
It might even be the mantra you recite to yourself as you decide what to do with that chewing gum in your mouth, or when you’re sorely tempted to take that conch shell home to display on your mantel.
Tip #2 Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces. Image by Steve Walasavage
You might already be planning out your travels for this year, and knowing you, we’re betting those plans include some type of outdoor exploration.
Rule #6 Respect wildlife. Yes, these bears are cute but keep your distance. Image by Steve Winter Photography
Cassidy is the co-founder of ethical clothing company Wakened Apparel, and popular eco-conscious product reviewer at @life_simplified. We had the privilege of hearing in her own words what simple living has done for her, and all the surprising ways she’s learned to go green and actually save money doing it! Cassidy explains why she loves what she does, and busts the myth that eco-friendly living is too expensive.
You’ve probably heard that eating seasonally is a good idea. But do you know all the reasons why? Francesca Willow, creator of the ethical lifestyle blog “Ethical Unicorn”, shares some surprising insights into why syncing your eating to the season is great for the environment, and even better for your body.