What have you done today to be more sustainable? This is not intended to make anyone feel bad about themselves. I just want to get people thinking about the ways they contribute to sustainability each day. Remember, it is not only about recycling and saving the planet. Sustainability is about you too. Its also about…

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When Adam and I moved in together last year, we decided to go paper towel free at home. I was nervous at first because it seemed like a difficult change. I was accustomed to using paper towels regularly as napkins, and to wipe up spills. But actually, it’s been much easier than I thought. Paper…

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Billions of single-use cups end up in our landfills and oceans every year. We advocate for reusable cups such as HydroFlask. Every little bit helps. We are giving away one 18 ounce HydroFlask. Color of your choice. To enter, you must 1) follow us on instagram, 2) tag 2 people in this post, 3) like…

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I love restorative yoga because it feels so good, and literally anyone can do it. These restful, supportive poses help your body relax, and activate your own internal healing system. Here are 7 easy restorative yoga poses you can try anytime:  1. Legs up the Wall Legs up the wall pose is so relaxing and easy…

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A big part of my hope for Live to Sustain is that we can have a positive impact on peoples purchase habits. I want to promote companies that are interested in making the world better. This is why I buy B Corps. Taken directly from the B Corporation website https://www.bcorporation.net/what-are-b-corps, here is the definition of what…

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Photography by Lisa Weatherbee Making friends in a new city can be tough, especially as we get older. It’s been a year since I moved to San Diego from New York City, and building a sense of community has been my biggest struggle. Even though I’ve been making an effort, I’m still craving the sense…

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Towards the end of 2017, after some dabbling with meditation, I decided to give it a whole hearted effort. My venture into meditation started as a way to help myself de-stress after a tough day. I needed a way to calm myself down. If I let too many stress filled days pile up without breaking…

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I mentioned recently in this post that I’ve been embracing “slow design” these days. Rather than rushing around trying to create the perfect space, I’ve been taking time to let my home evolve organically. That means a lot more shopping at thrift and vintage stores instead of buying everything brand new. One of my absolute favorite…

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Yesterday, Laura and I went to the Women’s March 2018. To be honest, I had no intention of going. Originally, I had plans to meet up with a friend yesterday. When those plans fell through due to rainy weather, I thought of the march as more of a women’s event. I pictured a sea of…

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We wanted to expand on our mission statement a bit in case anyone was still wondering what “Live to Sustain” is all about. ADAM: The idea was spurred on by curiosity. I asked myself “How can one contribute to sustainability in a way that is realistically feasible, and still have a tangible impact?” After some thought…

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