Living ethically should be easier. Curious about a zero waste lifestyle? Want to know what the “circular economy” or “slow fashion” really means? Each episode, brought to you from Brightly.eco by ethical experts Laura Alexander Wittig and Liza Moiseeva, features daily, actionable tips to help you live your life more sustainably. Start changing the world by listening to a new, bite-sized episode every other week. For more info, visit https://brightly.eco/podcast
10+ Eco-Friendly Finds We Love
Laura and Liza have had the opportunity to try thousands of eco-friendly products throughout their lives. Which ones stand out, and which ones are they recommending you pick up? In today’s episode, our hosts highlight their favorite eco-products that they've used constantly over the past few months and the ones they keep buying after they run out. Shop mindfully and listen for their favorite picks! To get their favorite products and to see show notes, head to brightly.eco/january-picks or go to brightly.eco/podcast.
How to Set Eco-Friendly New Year’s Resolutions
New Years’ Resolutions can be great ways to make an impact in your life and for the planet. Laura and Liza chat about eco-friendly goals they made last year (like recycling, reducing food waste and more), plus they share where they're looking to improve in 2021. They also discuss how to make sustainable changes actually happen and stay in your life for years to come. For show notes and more, visit https://brightly.eco/podcast
Ask Us Anything: We Answer Our Community's Top Eco Questions
Have you ever wanted to ask Liza and Laura a question about our sustainability journeys, careers, favorite products, and more? In this episode of Good Together, our hosts answer a handful of questions from our community members about eco-friendly living. This will also be our last episode of 2020, and Liza and Laura want to say thank you for your support! Let’s carry the change and planet-positive attitude into a new year, and we’ll see you in 2021. For show notes and more, visit https://brightly.eco
Money Talks: How to Green Your Finances
"Greening" your financial assets (like your savings account) is 27 times more impactful in terms of your personal carbon footprint versus eating less meat, using public transportation and even shopping ethically. In today's episode, Liza sits down with Andrei Cherny, Founder & CEO of Aspiration, a new financial (and green!) tool to discuss how you can put your money to work, for good. For show notes and more, head to https://brightly.eco/podcast
(Almost) Zero Waste Holidays: Traditions With Less Trash
Our treasured holiday traditions that we repeat year after year help us create lasting memories, but they can also create lasting trash in the landfill. In today’s episode, Liza and Laura chat about ways to celebrate with the planet in mind. We answer the great fake versus real Christmas tree debate, share our favorite ways to wrap presents in an eco-friendly fashion, and more. For show notes and more, head to https://brightly.eco/podcast
Seasonings' Greetings: How to Spice Up Your Cooking
For most of us, spices are a way to add a bit of kick to our tried and true recipes. But for Ethan Frisch, co-founder of Burlap & Barrel, spices are a way to connect with thoughtful farmers around the world. Importing only the freshest single-origin spices, Burlap & Barrel is creating a new supply chain for specialty producers to get their crops into the US market.
Liza and Ethan chatted about why single-origin spices are more flavorful and unique than their grocery-store counterparts and how home cooks everywhere can incorporate these ethical flavors into their kitchens. For show notes and more, head to brightly.eco/podcast
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This podcast inspired me to try to go one full year without buying new clothes in 2020. It’s now November and it’s been incredibly easy and rewarding to end my shopping habit and switch to thrifting instead. It feels great to be doing something good for the planet. Thanks for all the good work you do!
A wonderful listen!
I really enjoy this podcast!! Liza and Laura are so encouraging, and they don’t shame anyone who isn’t fully eco friendly! I love that they emphasize transitioning to a sustainable lifestyle, and they break it down into steps so it’s so obtainable. They’re so entertaining as well!
Informative and Relatable
I really enjoy listening to this podcast because they offer real world narratives on how to live just a little bit more sustainably on your everyday life. Nothing they talk about is too abstract and everything they discuss can be incorporated it into one’s daily practices.