My three favorite low waste swaps!
1️⃣ DIY laundry detergent!!!
1/2 cup epsom salt
1.5 washing soda
1.5 baking soda
1/4 sea salt
20 drops of EO (we use peppermint)
Mix it all up in a bowl and then store in a glass jar
2️⃣ wool dryer balls @cleancult
No weird chemicals.
1,000 loads of laundry.
Another money saver
3️⃣ Safety razor @lisseshave
No weird chemicals.
And you know it; another money saver
What easy low waste swaps have you made?? 👇🏻
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🎄🎄🎄To buy real or fake?? Lots of arguments supporting each. We chose to go real and here’s why: 🎄 Christmas trees are grown like crops, they are harvested and usually replanted keeping the benefits to the farm ongoing. 🎄 They are really nourishing to the soil and tree farms are great at air purification. 🎄 Majority of Christmas trees (especially here in bc) come from small farms so you are supporting your local economy. 🎄 If recycled properly almost the entire tree can be reused (mulch) and if not it can be composted. .
On the other side, if you reuse your fake Christmas tree for over 10 years (like my sister) than the environmental footprint is also low. .
0 31 hour ago
Ecoffee Cup Zig Zag🖤🧡
Variant ini hanya tersedia dalam ukuran 400ml!
Slide next buat yang kepo kenapa CUP ini SPESIAL!🌟 Untuk pertanyaan lebih lanjut boleh langsung DM kita atau click link di Bio!
We tried this tablet toothpaste as we were traveling overnight away from home. This was our first time trying non tube toothpaste. It was definitely weird at first... A little chalky, salty, with a hint of mint. Can't decide if I love it or not because it's so different than what I'm used to. I'll use up the jar and then decide if I will reorder.
The branding is 🔥🔥🔥 tho.
What is a zero waste swap you've made that you didn't like?
The Circular Economy can be interpreted as the process of using natural resources through a circular model that reduces, reuses, and recycle. This type of model takes into account the environmental impact and finding innovative ways to lower the demand and increase long term usage for the consumer. A circular economy seeks to use all resources in all stages of the life cycle of the product service. It evaluates the
environmental impact from the beginning
to the end-user. For decades, we have followed a linear economy that does not take into account environmental degradation, and the material is sent to the land source without being reused or recycled correctly. In the circular economy, all elements from nature are being reused, and it promotes sustainbility in the world we live in today. As someone who took an introduction to economics when I first heard about businesses developing circular systems it made me raise a few questions such as how do they “ethically” extract resources? Are people being exploited in the process? What types of areas are still experiencing environmental degradation? Anyways, I feel adopting these types of systems are environmentally more sustainable than linear economy systems but that’s not to men’s these systems haven’t existed before in business models. •
The last market of the season is just days away! Come out to support small + local, and get some lovely gifts @portlandbazaar this weekend, Dec 14 + 15 from 11 - 4. Then pick up a little something for yourself to relax and unwind during the holidays.
“CONGRATS!! @cocacola, I'm sure you're so proud to be named the WORST plastic polluter in the world for the 2nd year in a row by NGO @breakfreefromplastic.⠀
If you love soda, I've got a few tips for you to avoid single-use plastic bottles!⠀
But, first a shout out to @meg_haywoodsullivan who took this amazing photo. ⠀
1. Fill your own cup at a soda fountain⠀
2. Try a substitute drink like kombucha or sparkling water⠀
3. Invest in a soda stream⠀
4. Opt for a can instead of a bottle⠀
I like cans because aluminum is the MOST recyclable material. Aluminum recycling is so efficient that a can can go from curbside recycling bin back to the store shelf in 90 days. ⠀
If you choose cans, opt for the ones in a cardboard sleeve, but if you wind up with plastic rings please make sure you cut them! ⠀
Are you a big soda drinker? I would love to know how you're reducing your waste in this area?? ⠀
I was the weird kid in school who didn't like soda. Funny enough, Justin was that kid too so I'm convinced us getting married was destiny. 🤩⠀ #GoingZeroWaste ”
How much plastic is in your shower? After two years of swaps, I’ve gotten mine down to completely plastic free, aside from some old samples I’m using up 🙌 it’s okay to take your time with these changes. I waited until I was done with all samples and travel bottles before buying the plastic-free version of a product. ♻️
Americans generate 25% more waste from Thanksgiving to New Year’s than during the rest of the year. That’s an additional one million tons per week.
This year I hosted 16 people, had one day to prep and my goal was to see how little waste we could make. The result was three buckets of compost, a small bag of non-recyclable trash and a tall kitchen bags worth of recycling (mostly wine bottles and beer cans).
I think my face speaks to being an exhausted host but not to the low waste feast that was surprisingly simple. Bought a lot package free, having to make some exceptions like not seeing pasta in bulk and prepped vegetable broth in advance.
Putting a bit of the process in our stories & menu below. Swipe to see the bag of trash from the entire weekend (that includes thanksgiving + overnight guests and bathroom bin waste). .
Mushroom + Wild rice casserole✨ Roasted brussel sprouts ✨ Mac + Cheese ✨ Kale Caesar Salad ✨ Sweet potatoes ✨ White wine gravy ✨ Cranberry sauce ✨ Cheese Board ✨ Pumpkin Chai Pie ✨ Deconstructed Snickers Cake
A few weeks ago Haven had the opportunity to sponsor Project by Project’s tasting benefit to raise funds towards Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, an organization committed to feeding the homeless all over New York City by eliminating food waste from restaurants. We’re so incredibly honored to join other Asian Americans who are committed to hospitality and generosity!
All photo creds to @pbpny
Honestly my favorite zero waste/low waste deodorant right now. I'm so happy this company listened to their customers and packaged their best selling deodorant in a paper tube. %100 Recyclable and Compostable ♻️ Just the ways things should be. I can't wait to see what scents they bring out in a paper tube next!
Thank you @native 💛
The perfect gift 🎁 for the GREEN BEAUTY LOVER 🌸
It’s a very personalize treasure box if Low waste green beauty products I love and use all the time. This kind of gift is perfect for somebody whose looking to switch to natural beauty. You can put whatever you like in it. Put it in a pretty reusable keepsake box. This one is handmade. Line it with a face cloth. Add a selection of your fav products.
Inside this box:
Let the composting begin!
I signed up to my councils composting program and I’ve found two locations close by me to hand over my scraps. They also provide free caddies which I was torn about - by registering for one it shows interest in composting but also it’s plastic and will my demand make them purchase more? Maybe? In the end I decided to grab one as I didn’t have any of my own plastic containers to use. The only thing I had was a tiny vanish napi san still half full and I figured it wouldn’t be the best as it would probably only take scraps for a couple days and I’d need to drop off or have another container.
But now I’m second guessing myself - I could probably find a massive glass jar on fb marketplace and use that? Although I do kind of like the fact that this bin has what can be popped inside which is helpful as I want to get my sister involved.
What would you do?
Should I take it back and find a glass jar?
GIVEAWAY: I started this account with the intention of sharing my journey towards a low waste lifestyle. For my first giveaway, I wanted to stick to that by offering an item that can help you drastically cut down on waste. The thieves household cleaner is ultra concentrated, so you don’t need much of it to get an entire bottle of cleaner! I’m giving away a bottle of thieves cleaner, a spray bottle, and a waterproof label.
How to enter:
1. Follow me @eachlittleleaf
2. Like this photo
3. Tag at least 3 friends in separate comments (more comments=more entries)
4. Post this photo in your instagram story and tag me for an extra entry!
Giveaway ends on Friday, December 13 at 11:59 p.m. central time. Winner announced on Saturday!
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Every little step counts. If you’re trying to go zero waste or simply making a few swaps to be more eco-friendly... be proud of your progress 💚💪🏼
These are some of the gadgets currently on sale for Green Monday, the busiest sales day of December.
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Ya girl is back with #toasttuesday 😍🍞⠀
I go through phases where I’m obsessed with either savory or sweet toast, but right now I am HERE for savory. ⠀
Today I toasted up my homemade bread with avo, tomatoes, truffle goat cheese, and jammy eggs 😋😋😋⠀
What are your favorite savory toast toppings? 🥑
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I love the pop of color and rustic cheer that dried orange slices give to Christmas decor and wrapping. My daughter also loves finding and bringing home pine cones of all types (I find pine surprises in her pockets quite often), and it’s a nice natural decor addition for this Christmas season. The walnuts were also leftover from Thanksgiving and the kids LOVE playing with these for no rhyme or reason.
I picked up a few oranges that were about to be thrown out after a breakfast event this weekend. We went to a Santa’s Workshop to support the local high school band this past weekend and I had to save the oranges 🍊
DIY Dried Orange Slices
🍊Slice oranges approx. 1 cm wide
🍊Place directly on the oven rack and bake at approx 200-250F (120c). Don’t use a tray as it will stick
🍊Bake the oranges for 2-3 hours and turn them a few times in the process
🧶 Once it’s done and cool, attach a string or eco ribbon, and enjoy! These can be used as cute ornaments, gift garnishes, garlands, cocktail garnishes
🌲 Ah le sapin de Noël, grand sujet de conversation de fin d’année concernant son « éco-responsabilité » ⭐️ .
J’ai opté pour un sapin en bois depuis que je suis en appart ✨ J’en avais fait un il y 2-3 ans avec des branches du jardin mais il commençait à ne plus ressembler à grand chose 😅 Du coup, petit bricolage cette année avec une planche que je j’ai coupée en trois. Le gros avantage c’est qu’il ne prend pas beaucoup de place dans le salon (ni à stocker après), il ne faut pas transporter un sapin plein de terre dans sa voiture, pas d’épines à nettoyer ET évidemment un impact environmental assez limité 🌿Celui-ci est bien costaud et pourra donc être réutilisé plusieurs années sans soucis ⭐️ .
Si vous êtes plutôt de la team « sapin vert avec des branches » 🎄, les avis sont assez unanimes: un sapin naturel est plus écologique qu’un sapin artificiel. Il faudrait en effet conserver son sapin artificiel plus de 20 ans pour qu’il soit « écologiquement rentable », ce que très peu de gens font 🤨 En plus d’être complètement en plastique, les sapins artificiels viennent souvent de Chine alors que les sapins naturels poussent dans nos régions et stockent du CO2 pendant tout la période où ils grandissent. Comme d’hab’, il y a plein de cultures de sapin en Belgique, donc autant privilégier du local 😃
Et vous, vous êtes de quelle team pour Noël ? Team sapin en bois, sapin naturel, sapin artificiel ou pas de sapin ?
If you’re trying to reduce single use plastic, one of the best areas to start with is grocery shopping. While some items are next to impossible to find plastic free (and I don’t believe anyone should sacrifice nutrition over the desire to be plastic free), many staples can be found with little to no packaging. I bought a set of @simple_ecology drawstring bags a while ago and use them to hold bulk nuts, seeds, beans, coffee etc., + loose produce like mushrooms. Typically, the food groups we should eat the most of (fruits & veg) are the easiest to buy package free, while more processed foods tend to use more packaging 🌱🍓Items in cans or glass bottles are infinitely recyclable, while plastic *might* be a candidate for recycling a v limited number of times before it’s ultimately landfill garbage (all depends on the type of plastic). I don’t like being dogmatic or precious about this, as ultimately the responsibility rests mostly on the companies producing single use packaging, but I truly believe we can facilitate change if we wake up and smell the coffee ☕️
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It’s time to stop using cling wrap 🙅🏼♀️ Our reusable food covers are the perfect alternative!
6 different sizes, versatile, durable, flexible and stretchy 💪🏻
Who would love a set of these in their kitchen?!
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The holidays are the most wasteful time of the year, and the amount of consumption creates a huge environmental impact. From the amount of plastic packaging, trees thrown away, emissions from transporting our online orders, the resources needed to create all of these products... but in the midst of this, let’s remember we have a choice to gift mindfully. I made this little illustration as a reminder for all of us, so share it to your page to inspire others to be mindful of their waste this Christmas! This year I’m planning to create natural DIY products to give to friends and family. Do you plan to try any of these this year? 🎄🎁
IT'S LIVE // i've been hard at work on my website and after my "coming soon" page has been live a little too long for my liking, i'm excited to launch my new site!! as someone who absolutely loves design + the creation process, i've found it really challenging to hit "launch" on my own site, for fear that there will be a mistake, or that i'll want to change something soon after releasing it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
i've come to realize though that i need to take my own advice and just go for it when it feels right. it will never be perfect and that's okay! i will continue to update it as i develop my brand, but for now i'm really happy to share it with you. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
this has been a labor of love, and i’m really happy with how it's come together. it's simple and easy to navigate, and i feel it embodies the feeling of sustainable bliss as a whole: welcoming, encouraging, and warm. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
i've already got a few blog posts up on the site and am excited to continue posting more! if there's anything specific you'd like to see on the site please let me know!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
posts you may want to check out: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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DAY 10 Holiday Gift // Aprons made from recovered linen!
One of the things we'd really like to advocate for is less working hours in the week becoming standard wherever possible. This would also likely work better with some kind of basic-income structure and a number of other initiatives. We'd like to see this happen for many reasons but a primary one being that we'll have time back to slow down a bit, sew zips back on, repair our items and... spend more time growing our own food and cooking it!
We made these aprons to encourage that :) We hear they're also great for spending time in the garden with all that produce you'll be growing too (if you're in a teeny apartment with a tiny balcony we're totally with you also - it's possible!).
One is a standard style and one a special style we experimented with that you can tie at the front or back. Both made from recovered linens, totally compostable at end of life (use it for something else as long as possible) and only available in limited numbers. If you've been in the market for an apron, these are ethically made at our own little studio in rural Cambodia to support relaxed work there.
Use the code APRONMEUP at checkout for the next 24 hours and we'll send along a set of 4 x beautiful recovered linen napkins too :)
P.S. Big thank you @keiramary_ for the stunning modelling and shooting of these!
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A Monday mood ✨ I’ve managed to convince Leigh Anna that taking a hot bath with me is good for her muscle recovery. Now a few times a month we have coffee in the tub and watch grocery hauls on YouTube. It’s a simple life, but a good one 💕
Personalized ticket bag for babes attending our Fashion Swap Parties🖤 because every detail matters when you’re a woman.. ▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️▫️▪️
There are three categories;
GOLD tickets: High end items
BLACK tickets: All clothing items
GREY tickets: Accessories
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Did you know that the average plastic bag is used for only 12 minutes, but stays on our earth, polluting our landfills and oceans for almost 500 years? 🐋
While reusable grocery bags have become the norm is most places, I still see sooo many plastic produce bags being used and they are a huge source of waste.
Before I had reusable produce bags, I would just put my loose produce in my shopping cart. But after receiving some annoyed looks from the cashiers and having to juggle so many things, I finally invested in some!
They are such a great way to reduce waste... and can even work for things like nuts, seeds, bulk sweets, etc! There are so many different kinds to choose from based on your needs, but if you don’t want to buy any, you can even use an old pillow case!
What’s your favorite way to go low waste grocery shopping? .
Wrapping season is upon us! I love a nicely wrapped gift more than the average person, but we can make a few choices to lower our waste this holiday season. 🎁🎄 For starters, most people don’t know that wrapping paper that has foil in it is not recyclable. Only wrapping paper and tissue that has no foil or glitter will be recycled at your local depot. Bows and ribbons are also not recyclable. I use fabric ribbon and bows and reuse them year after year. Newspaper, brown paper, flyers, old cards, old books, scrap material, burlap, old dish towels are all great for wrapping!
The one I want to tackle this year is tape. Tape is made of plastic. There are paper tapes out there and unfortunately I don’t have experience with them, but I am up to the challenge this Christmas! You can also wrap with no tape with some fancy wrapping techniques!
What a Welcome back to Bootcamp, here’s a few fire ant bites to remind you why you love doing this stuff!🔥 ⠀
Ok so it probably wasn’t a fire ant but the body of these things was red, and it’s itchy as puck so I’m calling it one. ⠀
A few days of Bootcamp a week to mix up the training schedule.... when I say mix up I mean mostly BE the training scheduled at the moment.. 😁 ⠀
I had one small boy who kept scaling the kid prison at CrossFit so we had to come up with something else to keep him entertained - even the ‘treat pad’ for an hour wasn’t enough to sit him still before he wanted to come join us out on the floor.He can join me at home so why not at the box, was a concept that wasn’t quite being understood. ⠀
But that’s ok! At @bunbury_bootcamp theres a 9:10am session where there is a fully supervised crèche included with our memberships - thanks Sarge!!! ⠀
Anyway, the ant bite: a dab of lavender straight from the bottle to my finger and then a dab of Frankincense and no more raging itch 🙌🏼 & I forgot all about it 🤘🏼 nil toxic additions required here ⭐️
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🌎 Do you do any of these Green Acts?⠀
📲 These are all actions you can log on the Random Acts of Green Mobile App to earn Green Points.⠀
🌎 Make choices that reduce your greenhouse gas emissions and you can quantify how YOUR actions make a difference!⠀
📲 Redeem your “Green Points” for products, services and experiences at local environmentally conscious businesses.⠀
💚 You can also gift these rewards to another if you want to 'Green it Forward'.⠀
📲 Follow the link in our bio to Download it for FREE today!
Happy Monday Shine Tribe! It’s hard to move forward while focusing on the past. So, put yesterday down and give yourself the freedom to move on. 💕
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Extended #GIVEAWAY TIME!!! To celebrate launch of @plantish.future, we are giving away a load of our bio-degradable and plant-based loofah sponges. - easy zero waste swap!
- gently exfoliates skin
- lasts 6-8 months of daily use
- can be used for cleaning around your dishes, kitchen and home too
To get a loofah: - Follow @plantish.future
- Like this post - Tag a friend! - Come pick it up at @store.may.ari located in @187augusta , 187 Augusta Ave in Kensington Market Toronto, during 12-6pm, Dec 2nd - Dec 12th, 2019
A SWEET GIVEAWAY!
A handful of my all time favourite makers and entrepreneurs from Halifax have come together to put together an amazing giveaway to celebrate another year of art coming to an end!
This is an opportunity to broaden our community, to strengthen existing relationships and to introduce our followers to some incredibly talented local babes they might not know about yet!
1) follow all makers listed below
2) like this photo
3) tag some friends in the comments below (as many as you want, each comment is one entry)
It is a short and sweet one! (Dec 9 - Dec 13th at 6pm). It is open to only residents of HRM and Kings county at this time! · from @forgedcoastgoldsmith: a pair of the popular new Leafy Studs, and a matching layering necklace so new it isn't even on the site yet! valued at $120. ⭐️
· from @friday55: a 3" celestial moon hoop, hand embroidered on royal blue cotton, finished with affixing sequins and beads by hand AND a hand embroidered watermelon sew-on patch! valued at $65⭐️
·from @holyrollervintage: a vintage solid brass horseshoe, marble and ceramic pedestal bowl, wicker catchall organizer, Nova Scotian scallop shell dish, AND a$25 gift voucher to Holy Roller Vintage! valued at $75⭐️
· from @victoriawheelerart: a series of 4 art prints and 1 wooden frame. valued at $120.⭐️
· from @thecureapothecary: one 8oz Body Whip! Highly rich formula made from plant oils to help hydrate skin and is safe to use for the entire family. Wonderful after the cold winter air or summer sun, helps reduce the look of stretch marks and hydrates dry irritated skin. Valued at $36.⭐️
· from @twobirdsonestonefarm: an everlasting, dried floral artisan wreath! valued at $50.⭐️
· from @willowandmoon: a large fibre wall hanging! valued at $100⭐️
· from @zerowasteonastudentbudget: a soft-bristled bamboo toothbrush and 1 cocoa and shea butter soap from Osha Mae. valued at $15.⭐️
· from @circleandwick: 2 hand poured, 100% soy wax candles of the winners choice and a set of our custom matches! valued at $60⭐️
Plastic-free wrapping! 💚
Did you know wrapping paper is often unrecyclable due to the mix of materials and that UK consumers will use 227,000 miles of wrapping paper a year 😱
Switch to something more sustainable like reusable brown paper and twine, add a festive sprig to give it that special touch 🍃
Our straws sitting pretty at @valeriespantry in Belmont, Victoria. So many eco goodies & gift ideas in store- pop on in if you’re in the area! We’re so grateful for our amazing stockists 💚
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‘Tis the season of leftovers 🙌🏼 Pop a Silicone Food Cover on and straight in the fridge for later! With 6 versatile sizes, you’ll always have the right one on hand for that jar, cup, bowl or dish. Less waste, less worries! ...And the perfect practical gift for just about everyone on your list 🎄
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Wrapping your Christmas presents in an eco-friendly but still beautiful way is really easy! 🙌
Here I have collected four different ideas as alternatives to wrapping paper 🎁
My extra tip for beautiful looking presents is to use leaves, branches and other natural materials as a decorating element 💚
What is your favourite way to wrap presents? 💝
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Follow @homovirido for more illustrations about sustainable living 🌿
GIVEAWAY✨(open worldwide) It's not often that I run a giveaway, but with New Year round the corner it is a great time to be thinking about changing old habits for new ones. An excellent way to embrace the low waste lifestyle is by setting yourself up with a sturdy set of reusables (or, if you're already a pro, gifting them to someone else who just needs a little nudge in the right direction...😏) I've teamed up with @Onyalife to give away one reusable zero waste kit, consisting of:
1 x 5 pack reusable produce bags
1 x bulk food bag set
1 x reusable bread bag
1 x reusable shopping bag (small)
Onya are a B-corp certified company making hard-wearing reusables and thoughtful products out of recycled PET. Their HQ is just down the road from me and I'm a big believer in supporting local businesses. Their reusable produce bags were one of the first things I purchased when I went low waste in 2012 (Onya have been in the reusables game longer than most!), and I still have those same bags, going strong!✔️👊 (lthough definitely no way near as white as they used to be!🙈) TO ENTER:
3. Leave a comment telling me what one habit (or more!) you're wanting to work on changing in the New Year to help reduce your waste and/or footprint. No right or wrong answers of course, I'm just super nosey!😃 The winner will be picked at random from all eligible entries.
Giveaway is open from now until Sunday 08/12/19 at midnight AWST. Entry is open worldwide. Items will be supplied as listed and may vary from those featured in the image (the winner will get a choice of colours, subject to availability). Items are not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be taken for cash. Items are supplied by Onya and will be shipped directly. The winner will be contacted via DM within 7 days of the end date. If there is no response within 7 days a new winner will be drawn. This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram.
Good luck!🍀 Pro tip - I'm giving away a second set exclusively to my newsletter subscribers. Sign up before Thursday! 📤
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Cheers to new beginnings...
I haven't had the chance to say this on here yet so.. HAPPY DECEMBER! I cannot believe that there is less than a month left in this decade.
The 2010's were about so much evolution for me. The 2010's were everything.
I just tried to write a big 'ole caption about the journey this decade took me on, but it was in deed too big for one photo. So that's a topic for another day.
But by golly, how things have grown and elvolved in this decade. I am so honoured to have been broken by these years. And even more honoured to have grown through them.
There are still so many things I'm working on, and growing into (regularly using instagram [FINALLY] for one 😹 ...And maybe having my 'ish together enough to answer DMs and emails on time too). And I am beyond excited to see where the next decade takes us ALL!
I'm beyond honoured to be on this journey with you.
I am so grateful to be alive. Here. All together.
I am so grateful for YOU. How wonderful you are.
And I mean that without a lick of sarcasm.
I feel such a deep love for others. I mean... MY GOODNESS! How cool is it that we're all breathing. Alive. Here. Right now. We have bodies who are pumping blood through our viens, and lungs that are expanding and contracting with every minute that ticks by; and imaginations that have created music and schools and buildings and WOW! LIFE IS PURE MAGIC.
Stoked to be a part of life with everyone reading this.
What are you working on as the year comes to a close? Any last minute goals, habits, or nifty things?! Cheers to new beginnings every day. Not just on new years. But new years are cool too. And new decades might be even cooler.