Ethical Consumerism, Part 4: Mindfulness

Fruit and vegetables with no bags, on a conveyor belt at a supermarket checkout.

Greetings! After 17 months of something pretty close to freedom, I returned to work recently and have had less time for blogging and interacting [insert appropriate emoji to convey my precise emotional response to this. Editor: there isn’t one! System Failure! LOLZ πŸ˜› ]. Being back at work also provides another challenge: how to find … Continue reading Ethical Consumerism, Part 4: Mindfulness

A New Earth – Eckhart Tolle & Ethical Consumerism

One of my favorite non-fiction books of the last decade (actually it was published in 2005 but I didn’t discover it until a few years ago) is A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle. I bring it up because I think it ties into some aspects of the Green Stars Project that I haven’t gone into … Continue reading A New Earth – Eckhart Tolle & Ethical Consumerism