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Is There A Better Version of Capitalism?

Is There A Better Version of Capitalism?
 It’s easier to change our habits than to change corporations. We can choose to be more mindful consumers. One way to do this is to evolve into a circular way of consumption: we buy only the products that we need and make sure they’re made mindfully, and take care of them for use for the long-term. If we need products that are meant to be disposed of after some time for it to be the most effective, like a toothbrush, we can choose to buy ones that have the least impact on the planet, or, better yet, can be used by the planet again and again. Continue reading

Honoring Indigenous Peoples Day With Tessa Sayers

Honoring Indigenous Peoples Day With Tessa Sayers

For National Indigenous Peoples Day, we're spotlighting an incredible and strong Native woman who discusses how the Native American medicine wheel has inspired her to live more balanced, how her artwork is used for healing, and how her life has been shaped by giving back to her Native community.

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Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month

Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month
Happy Latinx Heritage Month! We are spotlighting our very own CEO and National Sales Director as they celebrate their rich Latinx culture and heritage. Read more about Suz and Scarlet's diverse experiences growing up in the US. Continue reading

The Political, Rather Noble Act of Self-Care

The Political, Rather Noble Act of Self-Care
During the civil rights movement and throughout the counterculture in the 1960s and ‘70s, self-care became a political act. In 1988, Audre Lorde wrote in her book of essays called A Burst Of Light that “caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it’s self preservation, and that is an act of political warfare”. Continue reading