Welcome to the sustainability side of the site. I love it here [I hope you do too!], it’s my favorite part, my driving passion + purpose. I study this, work this, and try my very best to live this everyday. I’m not perfect at it, but we don’t need to be! We just need to be intentional [that’s part of my philosophy, if you remember 😉 ]. On this blog you can learn about how to champion sustainability, how to integrate it into your everyday life, and – very importantly – why we need to. Be inspired and encouraged today!
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The Dirty Truth About Recycling
In my eyes, single use plastics are one of the biggest evils of the modern world. I encourage trying to eliminate their existence in every situation possible. The most common excuse or rebuttal I get from people using a plastic water bottle, for example, is – “but it’s recyclable!” And it hurts my heart. BecauseContinue reading “The Dirty Truth About Recycling”
My First Plant Wall – For Beginners
Here it is!! My very first plant project!! It’s small, nothing too ambitious but that’s exactly what I need. It’s beginner level. Growing up I was sort of known for having a black thumb – every plant, flower, or growing thing I tried to love on very rudely died. But in my defense, it wasContinue reading “My First Plant Wall – For Beginners”
32 Ways to Go Green
I’ll admit it – I kind of hopped on the Earth Day trend. It wasn’t until everyone started posting all these things about loving the planet and ‘going green’ on Earth Day of 2019 that I really paid much attention to the topic at all. But hey, here we are [however many months] later, allContinue reading “32 Ways to Go Green”
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My Sustainability Driver
Hi, I’m Sydnei. I’m a creative at heart who also loves a good spreadsheet. I’m an environmentalist who decided to take these values to an extreme – by getting a master’s degree on the topic! I want to show that sustainability can be attainable for the average household, it isn’t only achievable through extreme measures. Anybody and everybody can live more sustainably!