Erin takes the discussion forward on what Alden wrote. You can always find that one article on how ethically made isnt 100% perfect or how it doesnt matter, and fixate on it as a excuse to buy products made in sweatshops. This conversation needs to be had and she does a wonderful job.
For every one who gets told you cant make a difference : This one woman helped reduce Denmark’s food waste by 25 percent.
For all the shirting lovers – anatomy of a vintage Brooks Brothers Shirt.
They called it dressed down. We call it chic and celebrate it. Thanks to the women of the past for paving the way for us to embrace simplicity in our clothing.
Do you love yourself more than the product you make ? If so – slap a big visible logo on it. But there are ones who resist the urge to turn us customers into billboards.
We love our stuff. So much that the idea of others parting with it creates anger and backlash : Is minimalism another product for bored wealthy people ? Somehow, decluttering is being confused with minimalism. I wonder if I am involved in propagating this lie and perception.
The most beautiful and functional cottage I have seen on the internet. Offline, I like my own cottage the best because its my home and we made it.
A new blog discovery. She has a voice.
If you hike or love nature or live on the planet, this article on ‘leave-no-trace’ is relevant.
“Using your favorite bone broth as a base, just add a small handful each of kale, spinach, bok choi, frozen cauliflower, and wheatgrass; half an avocado, a whole, unpeeled kiwi, a quarter cup of filmjölk, skyr, kefir OR plain organic yogurt (depending on your personal mucus type – to learn yours, see my e-book); two tablespoons each of chia seeds, flax seeds, pea protein, fresh pomegranate seeds, dried goji berries, resistant potato starch, turmeric powder, and collagen hydrolysate; one tablespoon each of ghee, coconut oil, coconut water, maple syrup, maca, lucuma, chlorella, spirulina, hemp seeds, moringa leaves, royal jelly, powdered durian fruit, activated charcoal, Manuka honey, ashwagandha powder, shilajit powder, local bee pollen, Irish moss, cordyceps fungus, chaga powder, reishi mushroom powder, matcha powder, and cacao nibs; two drops of lavender essential oil, a quarter cup of sprouted almonds, five soaked cashews, two soaked medjool dates, a Ceylon cinnamon stick, a whole nutmeg seed, four white peppercorns, three peeled and crushed garlic cloves, a cup of organic frozen blueberries, and a pinch of Himalayan salt. To really take it up a notch, add four acacia thorns and a half-teaspoon of Tibetan monk tears. Follow with a high-quality probiotic.”