Weekend Reading Round-Up

Hey, friends! I’ve been in the garden planting vegetables most of this week and haven’t had much time to write. Here are some good thoughts from others. Keep reading for heart warriors, ethical fashion, and a mega-list of summer activities in Nashville.

Hey Jimmy Kimmel… Do You Have Any Idea How Right You Are?
Meredith Toering guest posts for Ann Voskamp

Is Ethical Fashion Elitist?
Life+Style+Justice

14 Sustainable and Ethical Fashion Myths That Need to Die
EcoCult

When It Comes to Fair Trade, What’s Fair?
StyleWise

75 Things To Do with Kids in Nashville This Summer
Suburban Turmoil

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Links for a Lovely, Spring Weekend

Happy Easter weekend! Whether you are celebrating a sacred time or just enjoying the spring weather, I wish you days of peace and joy.

A few favorite links from recent posts:


My friends over at Grove & Bay are giving away beautiful, new jewelry from Faire Collection. If you aren’t familiar with Grove & Bay, check them out! They do the research to bring you a curated collection of ethical wardrobe pieces, including menswear.

Holly Rose has recreated Easter favorite Cadbury Creme Eggs using fair trade chocolate and Numi Organic Tea. What a fun project!

Project Just has a fascinating look at what makes a brand “ethical.” I’ll probably subscribe to their site so I can read details on that Everlane interview.

If you’re thinking zero-waste thoughts as we approach Earth Day, be sure to check out Hannah’s review of SuperBee Wax Wraps as an eco-friendly alternative to cling wrap for your kitchen.

 

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Lovely Links for Valentine’s Day

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Happy Valentine’s Day! I’m off attending kindergarten parties and helping my kids organize their notes to classmates, so here are a few favorite links to help you celebrate.:

Leotie Lovely shares a yummy vegan poptart recipe to treat yourself or your loved ones.

 


FASHIONABLE is celebrating women and friendships with their Galentines collection this year.

 


She Reads Truth is bravely working through Song of Songs with their current study. You can follow along for free on their website or mailing list. Be sure to check out their gorgeous study books and kids’ matching cards for the upcoming Lent study, starting February 27.

 


Use this holiday as an opportunity to show love by donating to Preemptive Love and helping families fleeing ISIS.

 

Take care of yourselves today, friends. Much love to you.

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