This past week, I’ve written a few things about the importance of reuse (i.e. using things again — a practice distinctly different from recycling) as an environmental practice. One of the trickiest things about finding what you need without buying it new is actually finding it, used — because supply chains don’t exist for that…

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Earlier this week, I shared my affinity for the influence and insights of Seth Godin. Doing this got me thinking about so many other thought leaders who have helped me develop my own perspective on our world, our environmental circumstances, our consumption habits, and the need to embrace a more heart-centered, humanity-centered, and reuse-centered approach…

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Have you ever thought about why saving paper clips might matter for reasons beyond knowing where to find one the next time you need one? Let’s break it down together! One small paperclip = .5 grams of steel. If you throw away just 5 paper clips per month, that adds up to 30 grams of…

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