I recently moved and made a lot of choices that were not eco-friendly, sustainable, or non-polluting. I’m discussing collective trauma, climate change, and systems that make it hard to be totally eco-friendly as individuals, and why that shouldn’t be the goal in the first place.
Some people don’t like wearing tampons or other insertable period products like menstrual cups but still want to make an impact when it comes to reducing waste. Learn about my experience with cloth pads and Thinx period panties in this unsponsored review, with FAQs!
Service and retail employees do the vitally important work of acting as a mental health and community stop-gap. They are friends, counselors, crisis responders, and more. I’m reflecting on ten years in the industry today.
Social enterprises and corporations that want to look woke often recall their give-back and charity campaigns. But this is a kind of greenwashing because it distracts from the underlying systemic issues in a supply chain or corporate environment. Even WalMart donates, but that’s not enough.
The True Cost premiered four years ago and I recently re-watched it. Here is what has changed in the fast fashion industry, where there’s cause for hope, what The True Cost misses, and ethical fashion advocacy that really works, plus a call-to-action.
A long list of articles and resources on the migrant crisis at the Southern border of the United States, plus how to respond to bad faith arguments and where to donate, just in time for the 4th of July.
My most worn, most beloved ethical clothing and accessories favorites from Everlane, JOYN, Melissa, Pyne & Smith Clothiers, and PACT Apparel plus tips on honing in on your personal style without over-shopping.