Jessica's Blog — Ethical consumerism

How Do We Care For Each Other? or Creating the Shtetl We Want to Live In.

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How Do We Care For Each Other? or Creating the Shtetl We Want to Live In.

We can care for those we love, and we can care for complete strangers. We see it every day. We do it every day. Community care happens despite atrocities. Community care happens because of atrocities.

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Ten Years of Singing Bowl Granola!

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Ten Years of Singing Bowl Granola!

Understanding the concept of Enough has been one of my biggest lessons in life and has brought me an abundance of peace and happiness.

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If you ate today, thank a food processor!

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If you ate today, thank a food processor!
As we head into this new year, I challenge you to start taking notice of the food on your plate, and consider how it got there. As you start to identify the source of your daily meals, consider putting your money where your mouth is and buying from food processors you feel good about supporting.

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