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Our new normal this past year has taught us to take a long hard look at what our lives used to be, how fast we were moving, and to redefine how we want to move forward. Hustle culture doesn't just...
As the world begins to emerge—slowly but surely—from a year of lockdown, many of us are eager to start travelling again. But we have done so much damage to our environment and communities that we must start thinking about how...
Fungus gets a pretty bad rep, and though our first instinct may be to say, how can I get rid of it?, we may want to take another look at the many benefits of fungi: why they exist, how they...
If you’re a Canadian who loves books, toys, home decor, gadgets, socks and everything cozy, you're familiar with the retailer Indigo. Self-coined as the “world’s first cultural department store,” Indigo is making changes for the betterment of our planet, so...
Thrifting or shopping second-hand as an alternative to fast fashion has become increasingly popular. According to a report by resale service ThredUp, around 40 percent of Gen Z-ers were buying second-hand in 2019 compared to less than 30 percent in...
We often think we have to spend a lot of money to have a great date, but there are so many fun and simple activities that can bring you and your partner closer, all while having a low impact on...
Just in time for Earth Day, Audible.ca, Amazon's audiobook and podcast service, has recommended top environmental titles that celebrate our planet and raise awareness about the urgency of the climate crisis. Whether you listen to them or read them, here are...
The first Earth Day took place in 1970, which is often considered the start of the modern environmental movement. Now, more than a billion people mark Earth Day on April 22 each year by taking actions both big and small.
As eco-conscious consumers and custodians of our planet, we have a responsibility to keep the environment’s best interest in mind when we shop. We’ve created this article on what to look for (and what to avoid) in eco-friendly products, as...
I loved that Pungwe’s approach to safariing comes with the utmost care for the environment. We boiled our water for tea on a kettle over the fire, the staff heated our shower water with heat from the fire, and our...
We’ve all heard that the butterfly population is at risk, so what can we do? Well, we can help out the monarchs—and other butterflies—by planting some specific flowers. A “butterfly garden” landscape design is not only beneficial to the health of...
A new season means a whole new variety of skincare and cosmetics products on the market—which makes it the perfect time to implement new eco-friendly items into your routine. With spring officially underway, heavy-duty formulas can be replaced with lighter...
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