Economists say millions of workers are still drawing paychecks during the coronavirus threat. Those in that position should shop and help online sellers.
This is not a re-branding, I’m still doing the same essays, art, and vintage selling. It’s just a re-naming, to Lady Virginia Vintage.
It’s time to get serious about changing our wasteful culture and no one person, industry, or law can do it alone. We’re in it together, so let’s stop fooling around, starting with how we dine out.
Trying to advance energy literacy has been a losing gambit for me. Trying to work my life around energy decline has been a study in absurdity. Can I reconcile the two?
I’ve written before about the merits of swapping clothes and accessories you no longer want for “new-to-you” items instead. The three top benefits are: Saving money — one of the the keys to prosperity is spending less/saving more. Eco-friendly — reusing stuff helps avoid adding to the landfill. Fun! — getting together with others for […]
Since I’ve gotten back to regular blogging, I’ve mentioned a few times that I’ve opened a store on Etsy, the online marketplace for handicrafts and vintage. I’ve also pointed you to products on Etsy that are in line with the conservation values I espouse. But now I’m going to wring out a full-throated paean to […]