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Hand-made vs Machine-made Garments: A Comparison

In the wake of sustainable fashion finding it’s foot in the market, buzz words like ‘hand-made’, ‘natural’ and ‘artisan’ are used to capture customers’ attention and give an impression of worth and quality. 1,029 more words


My childhood household held food that never rests on my pantry shelves. My mother, who cooked or assembled three meals a day for five children and one husband, subscribed to the then food pyramid. 835 more words


Just say NO, to the war on psychedelics

Forget everything you thought you knew about psychedelics, especially if you never tried them before. A minority of people has ever tried psychedelics and many associate them only with concerts, escape and youthful experimentation. 1,342 more words

4 Simple Living Lessons From Tiny House People

Hello Lovelies!

I have a feeling that most of you have heard about tiny houses. Once a small, fringe community, the tiny house movement has gained a… 1,103 more words


Disrupting Capitalism

Make no mistake: economic growth is the primary method of human progress to date. We have made incredible strides reducing poverty over the past twenty five years. 1,679 more words

Redesigning Capitalism

A Taxonomy For Business and Social Impact

I’ve spent the past year examining the growing intersection of business and social impact. My partner Justin Rosenstein and I constantly muse at the long list of memes out there to describe this trend: #socialenterprise #consciouscapitalism #sustainablebusiness #benefitcorporation #blabcertified #bcorps #fourthsector #worldpositive #newcos #missiondriven … it seems every week there’s a new one to add to the list. 1,082 more words

Redesigning Capitalism

8 Ways to Be a More Responsible Traveler (And Why it Matters)

Hello Fellow Travelers!

Has the term ‘responsible travel’ landed on your radar lately? Also known as ‘sustainable’ or ‘ethical’ travel, it’s a concept that’s becoming an important consideration for many travelers when planning their adventures. 1,966 more words