Happy weekend my friends! I had every intention of getting this post up a few weeks ago but I wanted to make sure I had some great links to share with you. This is my first “Weekend Reading” post and I plan to share at least one of these posts each month filled with great articles and blog posts related to sustainability. If there are any specific topics you want to learn more about I would love to hear your feedback. And, of course, if you have any links you think would be helpful for me to share you can email them to me (24carrotlife [at] gmail.com), tweet them at me, or post them on my Facebook page!
This week was a busy one- I fit some workouts in, had my fourth acupuncture session, and had some networking calls and coffee that were really energizing. My mood has improved so much with the warmer weather too. Are you feeling similarly if you live in colder climates?
What if food labels showed the true cost of food?
An interesting take on Tulum, Mexico’s Sewage Problem. I think this article fails to consider the lack of plumbing that plagues all of Mexico. Tulum is no exception.
H&M isn’t exactly the poster child of ethical or sustainable fashion, but the megabrand is leading the industry in closed loop clothing production. HINT: You can drop off any of your unwanted clothes to their store locations and they will give them a new life.
Conscious consumerism is a lie…what is your opinion?
Levi’s is radically redefining sustainability
If you are a food blogger or involved in the food blogging world at all, this recent post by Alexis basically sums up a lot of my feelings and why I decided to transition to more sustainability content recently!
Lee is an oatmeal queen and this recipe is no exception
I’m not ready to store my crockpot for the summer yet, so this Chicken Tortilla Soup needs to get made asap.
I made these protein bars this week and loved them (but will reduce the honey next time).
I’m trying to eat more plant-based foods so these lentil curry meatballs are going on next week’s menu.
Are matcha and kombucha still considered healthy if they are paired with vodka?
photo from Unsplash.