My Guilty Greenie Confessional #1

Welcome folks, to my very first confessional.  In these posts, I will get real about MY green guilt. To hear top green bloggers get real about theirs, check out my interview series! Why am I sharing these confessions with you?  Because trying to live sustainably can be exhausting, man.  I need to get some things off my […]

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How to Start Dealing with Green Guilt

The Problem: Got green guilt?  It’s a thing.  It means you are burdened by some degree by your perceived personal culpability in the degradation of the environment.  You may feel ashamed or taxed by the impact of your choices on the planet and the size your environmental footprint.  You’re not alone.  In truth, even the most […]

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Guilty Greenie Confessional #3

 Welcome! Hello, hello! Welcome, ladies and gents and everything in between, to the third Guilty Greenie Confessional.  In this interview series, great green bloggers get real about green guilt.  Do they have any? How the heck to they deal with it?  Their answers may surprise you, inspire you, and maybe even ease your own guilt a little (if you’ve […]

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3 Uplifting Articles to Ease Green Guilt

1. “Eco Etiquette: How to Deal With Green Guilt” by Jennifer Grayson – Is green guilt a thing?  This Huffpost Green article breaks it all down and leaves you with some helpful advice. Quotable line: “Pat yourself on the back. Remember that perfect is unachievable, so instead focus on the positive choices that you are capable of making.” […]

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Sanity Before Sustainability

My dark chocolate has a big footprint. Even my organic, fair-trade, 85% dark chocolate. But I’m a chocoholic. I am a conscious consumer. But guess what? Unless I become an off-grid subsistence farmer who writes poetry by the light of my beeswax candles and poops in a compostable toilet, I’m going to be doing some […]

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