Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. This is the chant that we were all taught as kids. Let’s be real: the only one of these most of us are doing consistently is the recycle and friends, that isn’t enough. Now I’m not saying that recycling isn’t great–it is. What I’m saying is we all need to do a better job to reduce waste.
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I love learning new things. This year I’ve had the opportunity to take two farm tours–one of an organic dairy farm and one of a tomato farm. Each of these experiences have left me sitting in a pool of lessons that have directly influenced how I make my family grocery purchases and my meal planning. How? By imparting some super amazing lessons on me that I’m sharing with you today!
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I can’t count how many times I’ve been asked if black people need to wear sunscreen. At the same time, I can’t count how many times I’ve had sunburn. It’s a common misconception that black people don’t burn in the sun and that we don’t need sunscreen. We do. Everyone does.