Environmental Policy & Voting It's time to talk politics, friends. Politics, laws, and the government & administration impact the environment in a major way, which means YOU CAN VOTE to make sure elected officials are protecting the environment. Voting for candidates who support PROGRESSIVE . . .
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Callee of the eco-friendly podcast, Hippie Haven Podcast. She's also the writer of A Hippie in A Van blog/website and she runs an all-natural and eco-friendly personal care store, Bestowed Essentials. She's an amazing Eco-Influencer and . . .
This morning I woke up early (or so I thought) so that I could have a mini spa treatment before I went into full mom mode. I wanted to take time to apply my new TruSelf Organics detoxifying clay mask, do my hair, which usually takes hours, and I'm still not done styling it as I'm writing this... and . . .
I, Addie, believe that diversity in sustainability is what will lead to solutions that benefit so many people across our nation, and worldwide. “Diversity in the world is a basic characteristic of human society, and also the key condition for a lively and dynamic world as we see today.” — . . .
Ceramic Cookware, A Timeless Classic One thing I remember about growing up is that my Grannies both had prized pots and pans. These were the ones that they used their medical tape as a label to boldly write their name on when they sent it down to the church for special occasion potlucks. Tall blue . . .
Thrift Store Decor Thrift stores are amazing for secondhand clothes, but I also absolutely love finding furniture at thrift stores. My favorite thrift store decor "wins" have been a $3 drum lamp shade, my old upcycled dresser that I have since sold, Greyson's dresser and mirror and other items in . . .
Latest Thrift Haul Wins I recently visited my favorite Thrift Giant store for their random $2 clothing sale. I found 4 pieces for me and 4 pieces for Greyson. I also purchased a blanket for my hairless dog who chews up blankets. I didn't go early like I usually do, I actually had no intention of . . .