During our podcast on this topic we mentioned quite a few ideas and resources that may come in handy if you are looking to make your home more sustainable. Here are a few: Building: weather…
Marianne and Jenise are joined by homesteading blogger Brad Rowland of Highly Uncivilized to discuss the ideal sustainable home and how to make your existing home more like it. Lots of great tips and resources are shared. For links to some of the resources we shared, click here. To view the recorded video of this Blab session, click here.
Drier climates have people the world over seeking ways to make the most of the water they have. Brook Sarson of H2O-ME provides an important resource in Southern California. In this interview she talks about rainwater catchment and grey water recycling.
Brad Rowland summarized our discussion about “Envisioning the World Our Hearts Know is Possible” beautifully with his list of Key Elements below. Key Elements: 1. Belief drives action Always begin with the belief that…
How do we create the world we want if we can’t envision it? The inability to imagine something drastically different is a huge stumbling block for many of us. This week Marianne and Jenise are joined by homesteading blogger Brad Rowland of Highly Uncivilized to discuss the practice of envisioning and its importance in improving our current situation. Brad summarized the key points brilliantly, here.
“My whole refrigerator is full of fish. Come and get some!” That is the kind of phone call which only happens once in a great while. But when it happens, there are only two options:…
Have you ever wondered what life would be like if you didn’t have to “make a living?” For a growing number of folks, this dream is becoming a reality. Vicki Highfield shared her progress toward this goal recently on the social media platform Tsu. Jenise took the opportunity to ask her to share more of her story in this interview.
From transportation to housing to the foods we eat, everything affects our environment. And if you live the usual “modern” life, chances are just about everything you do has a detrimental effect on Mother Earth.
But each small step we take to change our habits can be like a water droplet that creates ripples that grow into other areas of our lives as well as into the lives of those around us.
In this episode, Marianne and I share a few small changes each of us can make to get started on the path to a more sustainable life.