Repost and Happy Aniversary to EcoMouthPiece: The Ideal Shower for the New EcoAge

Water Sense an EPA Partnership Program reports that more than 1 trillion gallons of freshwater is wasted due to leaky faucets each year. [2]. Becoming water conscious is good for the environment and good for your budget.


LIFE: For the love of Gut!

Hello Lovelies.... so it has been awhile, and LIFE moves in all kinds of ways. I apologize for the absence of posts, but the end of 2017 and beginning of 2018 have been jam packed with international travels and moving, gut and health struggles, family holidays, living in boxes, unpacking boxes, and an all around … Continue reading LIFE: For the love of Gut!

Made-to-Matter: Deceitful Branding to the Conscience Consumer

I want to provoke a social-wide reflection on our purchase habits and flash a light on the shortcomings of industrial companies that undermine well-intentioned consumers like us. At face value, programs like Made to Matter are deceiving because the "M to M" iniciative accounts for less than 1/70th of Targets sales. In addition, the brands represented under “M to M” only qualify as "partially-conscience" brands by my standards.

NowActions: An EarthJustice Update

A couple weeks ago, I discussed the NowActions I have taken in my posts: My Life Chronicles: A 2017 Update and Procrastination is Damnation: Embracing proACTION. Well today I have another NowAction to add to that list. I applied for a Position with EarthJustice!!! The position is only part-time and temporary, but this application resembles my biggest … Continue reading NowActions: An EarthJustice Update

The Closet Skeletons of the E-Generation: Electronics and Disposal

Spooky, Full of Turkey, Spoiled in Gifts, and a New Year. With the approaching consumer-holidays, we can combat a season of electronic-carnage.  Join me for an extensive post in the production of E-Waste and the mechanisms we can use to combat electronic waste. Note: this post is a hefty one, but I felt it was … Continue reading The Closet Skeletons of the E-Generation: Electronics and Disposal