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Top 3 Sustainable Closet Tips

to help you survive quarantine Whether you're stuck at home or just have a rainy Saturday with nothing to do, cleaning out your closet can be really therapeutic. Even if the idea of doing so scares you, imagine walking into your closet LOVING everything and feeling good about yourself as you get dressed. That can … Continue reading Top 3 Sustainable Closet Tips

Amazon Alternatives

Looking to ditch Amazon in the new year? Or, at least, try to minimize your dependency? I have oodles of options for you that are just as convenient, more sustainable, and dare I say less evil? Imperfect Foods I actually haven't used Amazon Pantry but in my pursuit of alternatives I came across Imperfect Foods … Continue reading Amazon Alternatives

Have a Sustainable Holiday

But, why should I care about a sustainable holiday? For a season sort of known for its excess, you might be wondering why you should even care about having a more sustainable holiday. Of course, I believe it matters for the environment - less excess, less waste, more planet to enjoy. However, it's more than … Continue reading Have a Sustainable Holiday

Holiday Gifts that Matter

Finding the perfect holiday gifts can be stressful for many reasons, especially when looking for one with lots of meaning to the recipient. The research and budgeting aspects can be just as daunting as thinking of an idea itself. Since I've already done plenty of research, I wanted to share what I've discovered to make … Continue reading Holiday Gifts that Matter

Beginner’s Pluck Book Review: Build Your Passion

This post contains affiliate links which, at no extra cost to you, allow me to support my family and our mission at Sseko Designs. This Beginner’s Pluck Book Review is my first ever — just because I love it so much! It is hilarious as it is serious – fervently pushing you to work through … Continue reading Beginner’s Pluck Book Review: Build Your Passion

Alternative Thanksgiving Ideas for Kids

It’s come to my attention somewhat recently (more recently than it should have, frankly) that what we learn in school about Thanksgiving is inaccurate. In the past two years or so, I’ve made efforts to introduce my kids to accurate history and indigenous perspectives. I wanted to share these alternative Thanksgiving ideas to help inform … Continue reading Alternative Thanksgiving Ideas for Kids

Closet Organization: Transform your sustainable closet

I am not going to mince words here. I am not a naturally organized person a mess. Therefore, closet organization is not a natural zone of genius for me. A lot of people who know me probably won’t believe this, but it’s just true. I live inside my own head (writers and creatives, you feel … Continue reading Closet Organization: Transform your sustainable closet

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Sustainable Hypocrites: Can we end this climate crisis?

The climate crisis is growing and so are the protests. Gone are the days when tree huggers and Greenpeace were on the fringe, and as the movement picks up speed, the publicity brings out all the critics. Is there some merit to their cries of hypocrisy? Calling all climate crisis hypocrites! If you’re not walking … Continue reading Sustainable Hypocrites: Can we end this climate crisis?

6 Reasons to Sign Up for the Conscious Closet MiniCourse

If you’re like the average person, you’ve probably not given much thought to ethical fashion or your closet before now. The contents, the organization, the intentionality, or the source of your clothes all were sort of floating around in your mind without grounding or purpose. Now that you’re here, I assume you want to be … Continue reading 6 Reasons to Sign Up for the Conscious Closet MiniCourse

White Sisters, Move Over First

Saying there’s a seat at the table for you, especially when we say this to black women or BIPOC or women of color, requires action. We need to move over first. And then be quiet and listen. When I say “we” I mean this in a communal sense, and am speaking as a white woman … Continue reading White Sisters, Move Over First