Ethical Wedding Ideas

Ethical Wedding Ideas

June 03, 2019 0 Comments

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The Folded Flag

The Folded Flag

May 24, 2019 0 Comments

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The Wonder of Your Journey

The Wonder of Your Journey

May 17, 2019 0 Comments

When I graduated high school, I was determined to be unconventional, to travel the world, and to be successful while doing it. Yes, these are all still huge goals for me. It just took a lot longer than I anticipated to figure out what that looked like, what I needed to do to work towards that, and how little progress I would make in a year. For the longest time, I harbored shame in the fact that I stayed at my parents, working a job that I did not love. But here is the truth: That path was what I needed at the time, and it gave me invaluable life-perspective and skills I would not otherwise have. In that part of my journey, I learned how to adjust and thrive in hard places. I grounded myself, learned who I am and what I want to learn from the world and give to the world.

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How to Not Have It All: Life Lessons from a Mompreneur

How to Not Have It All: Life Lessons from a Mompreneur

May 07, 2019 0 Comments

I needed to realize there is no such thing as balance. For any of us. Life isn’t about maintaining 16 spinning plates in the air at all times. It’s about rhythms. Ebb and flow. Up and down. Cycles. Seasons. 

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5 Ways to Dispose of Unwanted Clothing Without Harming the Environment

5 Ways to Dispose of Unwanted Clothing Without Harming the Environment

April 16, 2019 0 Comments

According to the EPA, Greenpeace, The New York Times, and a few other resources, more than 15 million tons of used textile waste is generated each year in the United States. In other words, we throw away a lot of clothes in this country. However, only 2.62 million tons were recycled, and 3.14 million tons were combusted for energy recovery. The rest was shipped off to the landfill. An even crazier statistic, the average American throws away approximately 80 pounds of used clothes each year.”

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Behind the Bag: Pakistan Report

Behind the Bag: Pakistan Report

March 08, 2019 0 Comments

"These women now have something of value to pass down to their sons and daughters. They can read. Write. Earn money to help their families. These are things that the women of their villages never before imagined possible for themselves."

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