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The Mindful Twenty-Something: Life Skills to Handle Stress…and Everything Else by Dr. Holly B. Rogers and Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything by Dr. BJ Fogg
Start small and somewhere that feels easy to you! To me, it was carrying reusable bags at the grocery store, to my mom it was starting a compost. Once you get one thing down, you can build from there.
My uncle is a marine biologist, so I have learned about ocean conservation since I was a kid. I always wanted to make a difference for the environment and decided the internet would be my avenue!
To me, it looks like making tiny decisions every day that are a little better for the planet.
First, look and see if your community has events around sustainability. You can attend something like a trash cleanup, an environmental protest or a composting event! If there’s not available events, then start having conversations about sustainability with your friends and family. This type of change can start in our homes so don’t underestimate the power of talking to your immediate circles.
I’m obsessed with learning about habits, and the #1 tip for habit-building is start small and start somewhere that feels easy and then you can build on it over time. So, you could start a compost, eat take-out less, start Meatless Mondays, etc. — do what feels easy and then build on from there!
Because I know we all want the earth to be a healthy, habitable place. So, we have to create the systems that will keep earth healthy and happy!
I’ve been using Glad for as long as I can remember. I’m SO excited about their Recovered Materials Bags which have 50% recovered plastic (20% recycled plastic, 30% reclaimed plastic). I love seeing big box store brands move toward more sustainable solutions and excited to help Glad on their sustainability journey.