Meditation for Beginners: An Easy How-to

August 14th, 2015 | by Andrea Bertoli

In this helpful guide to meditation for beginners, Andrea Bertoli from Vibrant Wellness Journal explains how meditation is easier than it seems. If you've ever been daunted by the idea of meditating, or just wondered how exactly you should do it (there's a lot of different styles!), this is the guide for you!

How Enduring Fashion Trends are Good for Sustainable Fashion

August 10th, 2015 | by Brooke Lacey

Enduring fashion trends are great for sustainability, since they work against the fast fashion mentality. Fast fashion is build on high turnover. So consumers can buy the trends they want, sacrificing quality for a low price, but the trends change fast enough that it doesn't matter

The Birkin Bag Controversy and What it Means for Sustainable Fashion

August 3rd, 2015 | by Brooke Lacey

The Birkin bag is quite possibly the most well-known bag in the world. But last week, British singer Jane Birkin, the bag's namesake, asked Hermes to dissociate her name from the crocodile versions of the bag after the results of a PETA investigation revealed the cruel slaughtering of reptiles used to make them

Sole Hope: Old Jeans DIY to Save Kids’ Lives

July 30th, 2015 | by Important Media Cross-Post

I definitely love a good old jeans DIY, especially one that helps other people! In this post from Crafting a Green World, Julie Finn talks about how you can help Ugandan children by using your old jeans in one of the most fun, altruistic craft projects ever!

Three Green Alternatives for Your Summer Workout Plan

June 29th, 2015 | by Brooke Lacey

Summer is officially here, and that means your summer workout plan is probably in high gear! But sometimes living in a hot climate can make summer workouts difficult, especially if you don't want to resort to spending miles on a boring treadmill!

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