This phrase by Vivienne Westwood reminds us to make thoughtful choices when it comes to purchasing things. Don’t buy what you don’t need. However, when you do need something, buy a good quality item so that it can last a long time if you are able to do so.
Save money & valuable resources by creating a paperless kitchen with cloth towels instead of paper towels.
Learn how to create a paperless kitchen.
Keep a stack of reusable bags in your car, and take your own bags with you wherever you shop. You can reuse canvas tote bags and produce bags you get from events like the Affirmation Summit, or invest in a set of reusable bags.
Our ancestors were conscious of the environment and how they used things because they had to be – it was a matter of survival. Remember some of those things your Granny used to do, because creating a planet where we can survive is still important.
“Greenwashing” is when companies lie about or exaggerate how “green” or “sustainable” their products are. Research ingredients and practices of companies to ensure that they are being truthful about their claims.