You know that feeling you get from doing something for someone else just because you feel from the depths of your heart & soul it's the right thing to do? Why does that have to be a fleeting feeling? Why can't we tap into that every day of our lives? Last weekend, after I dropped off 3 huge duffel bags of clothing donations, I felt that feeling fade away as I drove home. I started to think of everything else I had to do to become waste free instead of cherishing the moment. B
I decided on my closet. I've always thought I was pretty good about going through my closet & donating items every few years, but as I slid open my closet doors, I realized just how much I had acquired over the years. Aside from the tops, tanks, tees, jeans, pants & shorts I continually went through, there were sweatshirts, handbags, luggage bags, book bags, shoes, winter clothing (I mean how much does a Southern California gal need??), even socks & leggings!
SO. MUCH. STUF
For those of you who follow me on Facebook & Instagram, you may have seen this photo that I posted a bit ago about becoming waste free. I believe in my heart that I must become as waste free as I can, to benefit not only my health & sanity, but also to show Mother Earth some love. I can no longer live in a way that is trashing our one & only home, our earth.
I have done a lot to reduce my waste, but after diving into this book in the past week, I've realized it's not as mu