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Welcome to our family! As part of our ✨"employee-engagement"✨ program, Meet Green Living's employees and Interns on Wednesday's as they share their experiences working with GL and other fun activities! Like and comment your thoughts below! 🥳🌈 In Frame: Dorie Morales, The CEO and Publisher of Green Living Magazine.
Ah, the holidays. The weeks between Black Friday and New Year's Day tend to be an extended party in which we overspend, overdecorate, and excessively waste. On average, US households produce 25% more trash between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day; worse, wonton wastefulness can (and does) add more than half a metric ton onto our annual carbon footprints. On this episode of the Sustainable Minimalists podcast: practical ways to buy an eco-friendly Christmas tree with the planet in mind.
The attitude-behavior gap is a term that describes the discrepancy between what we say and what we do. When it comes to eco-minimalist living, many of us quietly experience an oversized gap between our values (save the planet! live minimally!) and our actions (buy single use plastic! purchase on impulse!). On this episode of the Sustainable Minimalists podcast: why the attitude-behavior gap exists, plus 5 steps to closing it.