A couple days ago, a friend texted me asking for tips on how to be more socially and environmentally responsible while grocery shopping. I get questions similar to this a lot, so instead of texting it back to everyone every time, I have compiled a list of the seven easiest ways to change your grocery shopping… Read More 7 Tips to revolutionize your grocery shopping to be more sustainable
Thanks a billion to Effervescent Hedgepig for the nomination! Her blog is pretty rad, I recommend checking it out at some point if you get the chance! It’s lovely to be nominated, I’m excited to tell you all a little more about myself, and perhaps introduce you to some new bloggers! I had to do… Read More Liebster Award Nomination, 10 things you might not know about me
This post was originally written and shared for my old blog, Project:Joy, which I no longer write for. However some posts are worth re-sharing (after a few tweaks). Enjoy. The last time I was called a “slave driver” was when I was a shift supervisor at Burger King, way back in the day. Someone… Read More You’re a slave driver, and so am I
When I moved from WordPress to a self-hosted site, some posts did not migrate properly, and I have had to manually re-post them. Sorry if you’ve already seen this one! Happy Sunday, everyone! Last night I went to see Pitch Perfect 2 with some girlfriends, and before I get into this product review, I just… Read More Onesta Natural, Vegan Hair Care
Warning: bad words. I originally posted this on my first blog, Project:Joy, which I have mostly abandoned. However, I think it’s worth sharing again. I made a few tweaks, so enjoy. “Why do you care about that?” This question comes after I mention sex slavery, after I say I don’t believe cheating on your… Read More People ask me this question all the time and it’s kind of ridiculous…
Oh friends, I promised you that I would share my triumphs in this journey as well as my epic failures. So to make good on my claim, I bring you this post. A few months ago I was in Walmart looking for a new alternative cleaner. I didn’t really think I would find anything, being… Read More Green Works isn’t all that green, after all….
This Canada Day, my family and I ferried to Saltspring Island for a day trip to visit my sister. I had not intended to buy things there. I had intended to be frugal and under control: visit my sister, take in the scenery, enjoy the sunshine and gorgeous ocean, annoy some crabs. I did do… Read More Salt Spring coffee haul, and where to easily find Fair Trade coffee