At-home activities

At-home activities

These are uncertain and challenging times. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents are finding themselves without childcare, working from home and homeschooling at the same time. It’s no easy feat. I’ve been brainstorming some activities for myself and my son while we’re isolating at home. For myself, I’m trying to balance my natural urge to “be productive” with some more calming and grounding activities that I know I need for my mental health.

I hope these ideas spark some inspiration for you too! 

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How to go Zero Waste, with kids

How to go Zero Waste, with kids

Is it possible to go Zero Waste with kids? Certainly! It’s important to define “Zero Waste” the right way, though, because I’d argue that no one on this planet is truly Zero Waste. Rather, I see Zero Waste as a movement and a lifestyle, and one that can absolutely be adopted by families and kids.

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Navigating Eco-Anxiety & Eco-Grief: An interview with Lindsay Coulter

Navigating Eco-Anxiety & Eco-Grief: An interview with Lindsay Coulter

Today I have prepared for you something very special: an interview with environmentalist, writer, and mother Lindsay Coulter, about eco anxiety and eco grief. I’m hoping that you find it useful in your own climate activism.

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New local baby clothing membership service is good for the planet and an awesome Christmas gift

New local baby clothing membership service is good for the planet and an awesome Christmas gift

I was so excited to learn about a brand-new Vancouver company that offers a creative Zero Waste solution for dressing fast-growing babies. It’s called Tradle and I just know local parents are going to love it!

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