Category Archive: Consumerism

Cool down with Cucumber


A combination of this morning’s run around Lake Union in the Seattle sun and it being finals week … I am feeling a little pitta deranged.  I decided to make some cucumber water… Continue reading

Eco-Fashion: EmersonMade


By purchasing goods made locally and sustainably you are contributing to the health of the planet’s eco-system.  Just think about what sweatshop labor does for not only the planet but for humanity.  Please… Continue reading

Forks Over Knives


I personally love being on a plant based diet. When we were at one of our most favorite places in Seattle, Thrive, last weekend we noticed a flier for Forks Over Knives.  Thrive is… Continue reading

Green Habits


Small daily habits matter.  I snapped a photo of the drying rack that my endlessly thoughtful mother in law gifted us.  She knows that we reuse our plastic bags and wanted to make… Continue reading

Suiting


Stephanie Teague’s eco-friendly line ‘Pretty Birdie.’ Shown: Hemp Suit As far as I am concerned purchasing goods made sustainably (or at least made locally) takes precedence over all else.  An added bonus is… Continue reading