By John Watson
It is altogether too easy to look at a fellow human being and immediately write them off based on their demeanor or appearance. The perfect example is when passing a homeless person on the street. The majority of people avert their gaze, while others are a lot more
Did you know that the average wedding produces more than 400 pounds of garbage? Annually, weddings in the U.S. contribute to releasing more than 63 tons of CO2, so it’s fair to say that the wedding industry has a waste problem.
The good news is that eco-conscious couples are taking notice
In a reality riddled with an innumerable variety of shades of grey, very little is black and white. Morality seems often entirely subjective, and decisions unclear. While we are defined by our actions, a few wise words may at times aid us with some much needed direction. Below are 10
Blood donation is no new thing. You might have even donated or will donate blood at some point in life. Although, it is not the idea of blood leaving your body that is moving. In fact, you will truly understand the deepness of this act when you see foreign blood
What’s the single most important asset in the social sector? People. And to get more specific, our people. Our established leaders, our up-and-coming leaders, and our professionals that have committed themselves to a life of hard work and passion. Our secret weapon is our leaders that have the know-how, the
The good guide app allows you to scan, search or browse products, brands and companies. Through it’s rating system, it will help you make better shopping decisions not only for your own health, but also for the environment, and gives you more socially responsible choices.
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As we fork over a fiver for the privilege of indulging ourselves in 15 glorious minutes of a designer soy caramel macchiato, we more often than not, fail to entirely comprehend the value of that $5 note.
Below are 5 things this $5 note, if donated, could provide the third world.
Here's 5 other ways
Mornings are hard, but living more sustainably doesn’t have to be. With most of us living busy on-the-go lives, it’s hard to make choices for the betterment of the planet. This list breaks it down and makes it easy. Remember, you don’t have to break bank (or a sweat) in
[authorbox authorid="Rebecca Joki" title="Rebecca Joki"] There are so many ways to make a difference in someone's life. There are so many less fortunate people in the world, the country, and maybe even the city or town where you live. Sometimes, though, it's difficult to know where or how to start.
This year, more than ever, people are looking beyond the typical, choosing gifts that give back, supporting companies that do the same, and turning to charity-based apps like PinRaise for help with both.
"Shoppers will spend $656 billion between now and Jan. 1, according to the National Retail Federation," said US