Sustainable Shopping Is An Oxymoron

Sustainable Shopping Is An Oxymoron

By Stephanie Seferian

Sustainability has the reputation of being, well, expensive. When money's tight, how do modern families decide what to prioritize with their dollars?  Today I chat with Whitney Leigh Morris about the space where eco-consciousness and finances collide. Here's a preview: [3:30] Think you can't afford to be eco-friendly? Think again [6:00] $8 leggings from Target or a $35 pair from an ethical brand? It's complicated ...  [13:00] Electric vehicle? Heat pump? How to get in the habit of asking whether you *actually* need that big ticket eco-item [16:00] Thoughts on replacing items that are in working condition for more energy efficient options [19:30] Are carbon offsets really worth the money? [26:30] What 'voting with your dollars' really means   Resources mentioned: Episode #326: Gifting Boundaries with Whitney Whitney on Instagram This show is listener-supported. Thank you for supporting! Join our (free!) Facebook community here. Find your tribe. Sustainable Minimalists are on Facebook, Instagram + Youtube @sustainableminimalists Say hello! MamaMinimalistBoston@gmail.com.
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