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Tagged "Awareness"


Eco-Friendly Clothing Guide

Posted by Smita Kishore on

Just like with food, buying organic matters when it comes to our clothes as well. Organic farming produces less water waste, saving about 115 gallons of water when you switch to an organic t-shirt alone...
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10 Must-Swap Grocery Store Items: A Guide to Educated Consumerism, Part 3

Posted by Smita Kishore on

This is the third post in a series of posts on consumer education. Click to read the first and second posts if you missed them!

As promised in our last post on consumer education, I’ve put together a list of 10 must-swap grocery store items, both for the betterment of your health and also for the world and the environment.

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5 Ways to Conserve Water

Posted by Smita Kishore on

With World Water Day coming up on March 22nd, it's important for us to take the time to think about how fortunate we are to have access to clean drinking water, hot showers, etc., while so many around the world don't. It's equally as important for us to think about how we are consuming water and the ways in which we can learn to conserve it daily. Here are 5 ways you can conserve water today...

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    Staying Ahead of the Curve: A Guide to Educated Consumerism, Part 2

    Posted by Smita Kishore on

    This is the second part of a multiple-part series on educated consumerism. To read the first post in this series, click here.

    Now that you know the basics of where to begin and how you can help shift the tide, it's important to stay ahead of the curve. Brands are changing overnight, and if you forget to take a closer look every now and again, you'll be surprised to learn that the company you love is no longer what it once claimed to be. 

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    Shifting the Tide: A Guide to Educated Consumerism, Part 1

    Posted by Smita Kishore on

    This is the first post in a series of posts on educated consumerism.

    Four years ago a client walked into my office experiencing moderate symptoms of dementia. I specialized in progressive adult neurological diseases, so this was a typical day for me, with the exception of one key point: that client was 47 years old...

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