January 31, 2019

Plan Podcast Episode 012: Planning to be more Eco-Conscious

Plan Podcast Episode 012: Planning to be more Eco-Conscious | Dani Bruflodt of Thyme is Honey

We know that slowing climate change will require activism against corporations, but how can simple, maintainable changes in our daily lives inspire us to mobilize? In this episode, I’m sharing 10 actionable things you can do right now to become more eco-conscious, with the hope that making our own sacrifices will inspire us to demand change.

Resources + links from today’s episode:

Further reading: ‘Our House is on Fire’ by Greta Thunberg

Further reading: The UNs Landmark Report on Climate Change

Further Reading: All About the Period Cup by Lee From America

Further reading: Tidying Up Consciously by Thyme is Honey

Recommended watch: A Plastic Ocean documenty on Netflix

Product recommendation: My favorite drying rack from Ikea

Product recommendation: The Eco Egg (can wash up to 720 loads of laundry)

Product recommendation: Wool Dryer Balls

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  1. Megan Davison

    February 12th, 2019 at 5:24 pm

    Hi Dani! I’m not sure if this exactly qualifies as an eco-conscious tip but I am trying to think about it a little more. With the ease of two day Prime and quick shipping, it seems like the eco-conscious and economic implications are often forgotten. While I know Prime is great, I try to ship my items to the Prime store/Amazon locker. I know that loads of packages always have to go there and they are stopping anyway, so I am able to get off the train, walk there, and walk right home. I also live in Chicago, which is an easy city to get around. Similarly, I just ordered a pair of shoes to be delivered to Nordstrom–instead of sending directly to my house. Plus–less chance the package will be stolen and I have the hassle of getting a new item! Thanks for all the tips–definitely buying the eco-laundry ball!

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Just a girl who loves planning, organization, a big glass of water, and a drawer full of pens! 

Dani Bruflodt has nearly a decade of experience as a consultant, designer, and social media strategist. 

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