Easy tips to fight climate change in your kitchen: make your kitchen greener with these 10 tips for a zero-waste kitchen. By saving food, reducing waste, changing a few habits, and planning ahead, you can drastically reduce your footprint in the kitchen.
Wild Beauty, released in July 2019, is a lovely book full of helpful tips about essential oils, natural beauty, plant-powered personal care, and healthy ways to connect more deeply with the natural world and the self. Highly recommended.
Curious about tocos (tocotrienols)? This superfood from rice is full of vitamin E and tastes like vanilla ice cream (kinda): should you buy into the hype?
I am not a beauty blogger, but I have become really diligent about my skincare routine in recent years. Check out what my favorite new beauty items here in this bodycare focused Favorites List for Summer 2018!
Building a more sustainable bedroom starts with an organic mattress. Buying a mattress requires thoughtful consideration, and there is lots to learn! Find out why conventional mattresses are pretty terrible for people and planet, and how Avocado Green Mattress is making greener bedding more available.
A ‘vegan hippie chick with a race car,’ Leilani Münter is bridging the gap between sustainability and vegan living to race fans, clean energy nerds, and everyone in between.
Medicines from the Edge is a herbal convergence where you can learn more about tropical plant medicine, hosted by herbalist Sarah Wu and permaculture expert Stephen Brooks.
Envision Festival 2018 has just released their lineup, and I’m already excited. Also, enter to win a contest for a free VIP bungalow.
Tickets just went on sale for Envision Festival 2018, and I’ve been doing a lot of daydreaming about heading back to Costa Rica in February!
Yoga Bodies: Real People, Real Stories & the Power of Transformation is a stunning new book from Lauren Lipton and Jaimie Baird that shows that ALL BODIES can experience the transformative power of yoga.
I’m headed to the San Francisco Wanderlust 108 this weekend for a ‘mindful triathlon-‘ running/walking, yoga, and meditation, followed by a fun day of yoga, eats, and play!
I’m not a festival person, but I took a big leap and headed to Envision last week in Costa Rica. I did ok… mostly. Read about why it was hard, and what I did to survive (and thrive) in a festival environment.
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