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This post was written by Kasi Martin and originally appeared on her blog, The Peahen . We can’t buy our way to an ethical or sustainable...
This post contains affiliate links Ten Thousand Villages is offering an additional 50% off sale items in their End of Season sale,...
Today's post was written by Ashlee Uren, an international trade and environmental lawyer based in Australia. She also writes on ethica...
I've been fantasizing a lot lately. I get in my car, drive to my closest Target, enter through those big glass doors, and look out o...
This post was written by Alden Wicker and was originally published on EcoCult . For a long time, like so many millennials, I was not i...
Contains affiliate links Over the years, I've gotten a lot better about reducing impulse buys. I realized it was hurting me more t...
In my ongoing Reader Survey , several participants asked for one of two things: that I talk more about "women's issues" and ...
Contains affiliate links Early last year, I discussed the ethics  problems in the tech industry . For conscious bloggers, tech is the ...
If you have enough patience, you will find the exact thing you want at the thrift shop. Sure, it might take three or four years, but do...
It's that time of year again...time for the StyleWise Reader Survey! Your responses to last year's survey were illuminating, a...
Back in the day, being an ethical blogger was kind of lonely.  I "met" a few fellow conscious consumers through Wordpress, bu...
Ethical Details:  Carmela Apron Dress - c/o Conrado ; Tee - Elegantees ; Sandals - Betula Last week, my friend Catherine sent me th...
Yes, it's fair trade. But is it eco-friendly?... Yes, it's organic. But is it sweatshop free?... Yes, it's vegetable dyed. Bu...
This post is in partnership with Verry Kerry, who sent me items for review. Ever since I got a kimono jacket earlier this year, I'v...