Where sustainable living women, Kelsey and Suzette, empower you to live a green life you'll love.
Sustainable and non-toxic home renovation and remodeling tips with Lisa Tharp and ECOS Paints
Today we are chatting about all things non-toxic and sustainable some renovation and remodeling. We have on Lisa Tharp, an eco-minded award-winning designer who puts sustainability at the center of her interior design work. She has partnered with ECOS Paints because they are a leader in non-toxic, eco-friendly, VOC-free paints that are odor-free.
How to have a natural and empowered first trimester of your pregnancy
We’ve got some exciting news! The PGP family is growing. Kelsey’s having a baby! Getting through your first trimester can be such a challenge. From morning sickness to fatigue to sleeping issues - your body is going through so many changes as you grow a human. We are sharing tips and tricks on how to get through those first trimester symptoms. We also are going to share the go-to resources that helped us learn and understand the changes our bodies are going through.
Putting convenience back into the sustainability conversation with Lauren Gropper of Repurpose
Wouldn't be great if we could give ourselves a bit of a break as we strive for sustainability in our everyday lives? That's why we had Lauren Gropper, the founder of Repurpose, on the Positively Green Podcast. Repurpose is one of the leading brands in compostable single-use tableware - meaning you can plan your next BBQ with a clean conscience!
Turning food waste into compost right on your kitchen counter with Jeremy Lang of Lomi and Pela
The woes of composting your food waste are many. From the odor to messiness, trying to compost at home can be extremely challenging, especially if you don't have composting service or a backyard to finish your compost. That's why we had Jeremy Lang, the founder of Pela and Lomi, on the Positively Green Podcast. In this episode, we learn all about Lomi - the countertop composter that turns your food waste into compost in a matter of hours. No mess and no smell - just finished compost at the push of a button
Eco-Friendly Back to School Shopping
It's that time of year again! Back to school shopping. In this episode, Suzette will share her eco-friendly back-to-school shopping tips, adapted from an article written by Jennifer Aiken.
Spring Wellness Tips for Health and Vitality
In this episode, we are sharing six wellness tips to slow your mind, strengthen your body, and tend to your spirit for the refreshing season of Spring.
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It IS easy being green! 💚
This podcast makes you feel like you've just had a smoothie for your spirit - it's always positive, actionable, and entertaining! Every episode is easy to relate to and always speaks to me right where I'm at. Thank you for the inspiration, ladies!
Dripping with privilege
I will be up front and say I only listened to the episode about how you do not need to go vegan to be sustainable. I don’t really have an interest in hearing more. I am not a full time vegan and don’t see myself as ever being able to achieve that, but the way this was talked about really just turned me off. As a white woman who is very passionate about being green and sustainable, I understand that it’s not easy for everyone to be that way. The comments about eating meat isn’t bad if you get it from regenerative farms and sustainable sources came across as extremely tone deaf to me and just dripped with privilege. I’m sorry, but not everyone can afford to get grass fed meats and shop at regenerative farms. Not only that, it’s just not available to everyone based on where they live. And we all can’t afford to have our own acreage where we can do it ourselves. I believe the podcast was well intentioned and did have some interesting facts, hence 2 stars, but these women really need to check their privilege at the door. Maybe then it would be more relatable and palatable. Also, I died laughing when tomatoes were said to be viewed equally as chicken in terms of needing to be harvested/killed for human consumption. Come on now.