This week, we ask you to look down at that nourishing plate of food and to savor all of its beautiful colors and textures. Are these ingredients in season where you live? Or are they available to you year-round?
Ecopiggy is one of our very favorite brands. Their pacifiers have been the only ones that my daughter will take since the day she was born! As a mom it is so important to not only buy products that are functional, but also safe! When you buy Ecopiggy, you are buying something that is 100% natural and healthy for your precious little babe! From the amazing products to the wonderful customer service, I cannot recommend this brand enough! [Kenzie S.]
We’re back with another ECO-Inspiration that we hope will help shift the habit around to-go beverages in this country. There has been a lot of recent media attention about plastic bags and containers (hooray to all the bans!) but another culprit of environmental degradation can be blamed on our on-the-go caffeine reliance. I was shocked to read that the US accounts for 120 billion paper, plastic and foam coffee cups each year (1/5 of the world total!) Truly devastating when you learn that 99% of it ends up as trash! Even compostable cups require oxygen to break down and our landfills are too tightly packed to help that process.
As the longer, warmer days drive us into action, it’s important that we continue to nurture ourselves so we can give more fully to the world. To most people, self-care might involve baths, saunas, yoga, massage, meditation, and other practices that require advance planning or money. How about we pause and instead look to the free and bountiful natural elements for inspiration? In our fast-paced world, we often times forget to access the simple beauty of nature all around us.
We’re on to the next round of conversations to be shared around the table! How did it go last month when we posed the topic of reusable products? What’s coming up for the kiddos, for your partner, your family, or anyone else with whom you’ve engaged?
This week’s topic takes a step back and asks you to consider what it is you’re actually leaving behind when you eat a meal on-the-go.