Getting Real About The Zero Waste Movement for New Moms with Honestly Modern

Getting Real About The Zero Waste Movement for New Moms with Honestly Modern

Bringing home a newborn is one of the biggest adjustments most new mamas have had to face. Is it possible to stay zero waste with a newborn?

Jen from Honestly Modern gets real about priorities, being a mom, and taking a realistic look at the zero waste movement.

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Grit & Grace Designer Rachel Gordon: Giving a Damn About Oysters

Grit & Grace Designer Rachel Gordon: Giving a Damn About Oysters

It takes a special sort of spunky brunette to spend their Saturday nights hauling around nasty, stinking oyster shells.

But Rachel Gordon gives a damn about oyster shells, and we should too.

Today, we're taking a closer look at what it takes to build a sustainable business, and why oyster shell recycling is so important.

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Charleston Oyster Farm: Dive into Sustainable Seafood

Charleston Oyster Farm: Dive into Sustainable Seafood

Did you know eating locally farmed oysters can actually improve the environment?

Sign me up! Raw, steamed, fried, or in a shooter, I will do my duty to save our shores. 

The other day I was lucky enough to check out Charleston Oyster Farm, and Q&A them about what it means to raise sustainable seafood. Check it out! 

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Falling in Love with Nature with Grit & Pixel Photographer Marisa Jarae

Falling in Love with Nature with Grit & Pixel Photographer Marisa Jarae

Photographer/activist Chris Jordan made a point that deeply resonated with me: You cannot save this planet without also falling in love with it over and over again.

Conservation is hard work. Going green is hard work. Caring is incredibly hard work. 

So, taking that moment to breathe, to connect to the epic masterpiece that is Mother Nature, is vital. Let yourself wonder and fall in love, remember that we are of this wonderous and majestic planet. That love is what sustains us through the work.

No one's photography reminds me to take that moment more than bad ass adventure photographer Marisa Jarae. I could sing her praises all day long, but I'd rather let the work speak for itself. 

I'm taking a moment this week. Will you take it with me?

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