6 Ways To Decorate Sustainably & Ethically For The Holidays

While there are many people in the sustainability community who would argue that we shouldn’t decorate at all for the holidays. That we shouldn’t buy a tree, that we shouldn’t purchase any gifts for family — this mindset is just something I will never be able to get onboard with. Because when it comes down to it, the holidays are a special time of year rooted in tradition, and if we can get back to those traditions and celebrate and decorate our homes mindfully I believe that the holidays can be a season that in fact is really good for our planet and people.

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Icelandic Creamy Langoustine Recipe | Lobster Bisque (Humarsúpa)

This Icelandic Creamy Langoustine Recipe is a creamy take on a traditional Icelandic classic that is most similar to a lobster bisque and commonly enjoyed during the holiday season. While in Iceland Langoustine’s are used to give this soup its unique flavor, you can also substitute them for shrimp, prawns, or lobster that are available near you.

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A Conscious Guide To Navigating Black Friday And Cyber Monday

Feeling overwhelmed by all the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales emails getting thrown your way? Trust me you are not alone. While it is clear (from the countless video recordings of stampedes on malls) that excessive consumerism is still alive and well, I do really believe that more and more people are choosing to opt-out of this particular buying weekend, or are at least choosing to make purchases with much more thought and intention.

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