As someone who has begun hand-washing all of my laundry, I found this article from Mother Earth News to be extraordinarily helpful. I don’t normally keep these ingredients around, but if I’m going to persist with my wash-tubbing, I suppose I’ll need to start. If you’re interested in trying it out, too, here’s what you’ll [...]
“I like the idea of people buying less things, but buying better things. Instead of buying two pairs of jeans that aren’t as high of quality, buying one pair and wearing it more often. That kind of philosophy drives a lot of what we do for our brand and what we do in our stores.” [...]
In August of 2010, Andrew Hyde sold everything he owned. He currently owns about 15 things as an expression of minimalism. His life demonstrates a phenomenal commitment to shun materialism and to enjoy life for the experience and not for the purpose of acquiring goods. I imagine Andrew is quite a good steward of his [...]
A fellow blogger I follow quite regularly is the good gentleman at The Art of Manliness. As a military man, I’d love to grow my grizzly beard out, but instead I’m required to shave regularly. This article caught my attention and got me thinking it’s almost certainly more sustainable. And it looks like fun!
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