Environmentalism is a Luxury of the Privileged

Cover Photo by: Nikola Jovanovic Caring for the environment should be the prerogative of all people. As we currently stand on the precipice of irreversible environmental destruction, it’s a wonder we aren’t collectively freaking out. But we aren’t. For the elite, this is likely due to greed, and for some folks, the lack of fretting […]

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Finding Peace in Quarantine

Such is the way of human nature to make meaning in everything. The existential question of Why never ceases to arise in times of war, death, genocide, and viral pandemics (It’s not without noting that when good things happen, we often accept them willingly and gladly, not thinking much beyond believing we deserve them). Meaning […]

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My Take On Intuitive Eating And Intermittent Fasting

Some mornings I wake up and drink coffee, workout, and still don’t feel hungry. I’ll eat my first meal at noon. Other mornings I wake up famished and prepare a breakfast of avocado, toast, runny eggs and greens. This type of eating, coined ‘intuitive eating,’ is currently a full-blown trend. Everyone from Health to The […]

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Eco Holiday Gift Guide

The holidays are merry, but all of the waste generated each season sure ain’t. Gobs of plastic packaging, wrapping paper, and presents you’ll never want/use/need make the end of the year pretty wasteful. Because of my personal commitment to reduce my overall waste, I’ve curated a truly luxurious and sustainable holiday gift guide for 2019 […]

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Freeze Herbs to Save Money and Create Less Waste

A sprinkle of parsley beautifies any dish, but what to do with the leftovers? I try to use up herbs wherever I can, but more often than not I end up tossing the unused bunch in the compost a week later. As someone who cooks regularly and wants to eliminate waste wherever possible, this frustrates […]

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How To Build A Sustainable Wardrobe

Americans send millions of tons of textiles to landfills every year. Unfortunately, this doesn’t surprise me. We’ve long established ourselves as a throw-away culture that relies on fast fashion, but it doesn’t have to be this way. You can shop smart, buy the things you love and repurpose the things you don’t into something new. […]

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6 Quick Eco Tips

Time is precious, just like Earth’s resources. Digest these 6 sustainable tips during your morning subway commute. 1. Mini-shop (I made that up) I go almost daily to my local Key Food’s grocery store. If you have a convenient market nearby, you should too. Why? I buy only what I’m going to make that night […]

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