Hi Readers! Today I’m over at Casual Runner where my friend Jake is sharing my new favorite workout with his readers. However you choose to leave a lasting impact on the world it’s important to care for your health. Perhaps my favorite workout will inspire one of your own! Some of us run for fun.
This is the second post in a series on how to evaluate retailers and shop responsibly. Check out the first post to learn about the bedrock of ethical shopping – fairly sourced raw materials. Today, it’s my job to help you navigate the many retailers available to you. Now that you know where to find a corporate statement
Today I get to introduce you to my friend Sarah Schepens and the poverty fighting work of Green Creations. UPDATE: This giveaway has ended. Congratulations Katie Vance! You’ll be hearing from me soon! Sarah and I met while we were in college. Today she lives in Jordan where she works as the Artistic Director for
Not so long ago, I decided to run a half marathon. This from the girl who quit the high school soccer team because there was too much running. Running 13.1 miles (at. the. same. time.) was way outside my comfort zone. I had to start ever so slowly and build up to being able to run
I have to admit to you this was the first thing I wanted to know when I found out how many people were being exploited by my lifestyle. I wanted someone to tell me, in no uncertain terms, how to spot slavery where I shop. Can you relate? “Just tell me what not to buy
How many slaves work for you? Was that awkward? Give that question a try the next time you take a friend to coffee and see what happens. Don’t blame me if they never say yes to your coffee invitation again. Not. My Fault. Here’s the deal. We learned about slavery in elementary school. We all understand it