Y'ALL! Stop burning shit when you get mad. Aside from the fact that the symbolism of burning things is old, played out, and tired - its NOT GOOD FOR THE EARTH! Put it in the RECYCLING BIN or donate it. Be defiant and give this earth a fighting chance. Smh
Loving their looks ❤️ I'm waiting on BuzzFeed to holla at me for one of these posts or videos! 😆🙌
I hope it is the first of many times that I'll be able to stand in front of a group of people to talk about one of the things I am most passionate about - helping everyone be kind to our planet, easily & effortlessly ♻️🌎🌿
I was searching through old pictures to remind y'all that Greyson's giveaway ends today - if you know a mom or you are a mama/mama to be, tell her to ENTER THE GIVEAWAY on Greyson's blog & Instagram - http://tinygreenearthling.com -
Tiny Green Earthling 🌿
Anywho, these little newborn toes have grown and are serving as your foundation as you start to walk now! We've never taken professional photos but I'm so glad that we have captured little moments like these 💚 our sweet, darling, Greyson King 👑
Sharing our passions & knowledge with others should light a fire in us 🔥 I'm presenting a program at the library about my #SustainableLivingTips this week, and I am so excited to share knowledge that I'm obsessed with lol ♻️😆
"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, 'Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be?" - Marianne Williamson
Potty time is actually a lot of fun in our home lol
I will never cease to be amazed by my thrift finds 😍
But let's talk about it with sustainability, minimalism, and my real life attachment issues in mind. *deep breath*
Truth about me: I have had a mindset of LACK for the majority of my life. Because I was scared that I would never have nice things, I held on to every little thing that I got for as long as I could. This mindset is toxic. I have a home full of so many things that I barely use, but "might need one day," because ...I think that I'll never get anything nice again. I could delve into why this mindset exists for me, but that's what the blog post is for (link in bio).
Since I've truly realized and started to dissect this, I've slowly began to want to get rid of things that don't readily serve me. As a creative, I know I can always eventually find a use for nearly anything. However, I need to be very selective in the things that I keep. I claim to not be materialistic, but I think I've been wrong about myself all along. I'm not capitalistic, but I am materialistic. Super fancy things don't always thrill me, and I don't really care to have the "latest and greatest" of everything, but I hold on to my vintage & thrifty finds as if my life depended on them. I thought that by keeping all of these "things," I would feel a little more whole.
Now, I just feel like a cluttered mess. It's time to free myself of things. I'll sell some, I'll donate others. It's still important to me that I don't just throw things into the landfill if I don't have to. I'll get back to reading "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up" and take those methods for cleaning up once and for all. I'm excited about my new journey to my own kind of minimalism.
Aaaaaanywho... dress from the thrift store, on sale for about $5. By Gap. Necklace is an upcylced tire accessory from @laurazabo. More details on the blog!
Read more on the blog: http://oldworldnew.us/minimalism-from-fear-to-acceptance/
An entire year as your mama, & I can't wait to love on you more and more - every second of every minute of every hour of every day of every year 🌿 Thank you for choosing me and your Papa Bear, my sweet, intelligent, and goofy little Greyson King. Mama loves you 💚 Tiny Green Earthling 💚
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