Today we are going to have a look at some of our previous guests, but before we jump into that, I would like to thank each and every one of you that are listening to Mama Earth Talk. It really means the world to me. If you have any questions or just want to say hi, please do so. The best way would be through Instagram @designbymariska. In the past few months, I have interviewed over 16 amazing guests. I have personally learned so much from each of them, they all shared some great advice for all you crazy birds and I thought it well to give you a little recap on a few of them for today’s top tip Thursday. If you want to see some of the highlights of the episodes and recap on each guest, you would be able to do so in the show notes of each episode on our website MamaEarthTalk.com
Learn to say no.
Find a way to compost, reuse your food scraps as much as you can. Your leftovers, if you have leftovers or food that you want to throw away maybe there is somebody less fortunate that wants the food. Find another purpose for your food. If you can not compost it then see if you can give it to someone else.
Really start to ask yourself questions. I always say, embrace your inner three-year-old.
Consumers are very powerful and we need to be aware of that and your decision, every decision that you make count and inform yourself, be an informed consumer. Don’t believe what people tell you. Double check, cross-check.
Pick one thing that you would like to change and then just stick with that and see how that makes you feel and ones you got the hang of that automatically it will lead you to the next.
I would suggest go out and find one nice thing around you and just talk about it. Nice thing when it comes to an event when it comes to you found a recycling bin in your area. Find something positive.
Key Take Away
“Pick one thing that you would like to change and then just stick with that and see how that makes you feel and ones you got the hang of that automatically it will lead you to the next. “
There are so many different things that we would be able to do in our daily life that will allow us to live more sustainable, however, we are all different. What might be something that you view as wasteful could be the only source of food, water or hygiene products that some people have access too? Therefore start with one change that you feel you would be able to manage and that will be the start of your journey. The most import thing is to do this at your own piece and with what you feel comfortable. Living a more sustainable life is a journey and not a race.