Raising Eco Minimalists

Laura Durenberger

A community for those raising kids who care about the wellbeing of their mind, body, community, & the earth. Living a low waste and minimalist lifestyle can often feel like going against the grain of society. And when you throw kids into the mix? Finding a community of like-minded individuals to learn from, support, find encouragement, and overall who share the same values - at a similar level - can be challenging. This podcast is that community. Join me, your host, a self-described anxious eco-minimalist, every other week as I dive deep into issues and topics related to living an eco-friendly and minimalist lifestyle with kids. But above all, form a community that raises kids who care about the wellbeing of their own minds, bodies, and our earth (and everything that calls it home.)

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In this episode, I'm talking about a topic that everyone is talking about (just not to each other). And that topic is how to tell someone: "no gifts, please". As we move into the holiday season, many people are wondering how they can broach the topic of not exchanging gifts without offending their friends/family. The good news is that it can be easier than you think. In this episode, I talk about:Why some people may be insistent on giftsWhy you may not want to exchange gifts10 tips for how to say "no gifts, please" (or at least offer a compromise)Resources:10 ways to graciously tell someone: ‘no gifts, please’ (with actual examples)A Minimalist and Zero Waste Advent Calendar (with 58 Kindness, Traditions, and Activity-Based, Non-Candy Ideas)What is a fiver party and how to throw one (includes a party invitation wording guide)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Nov 9

35 min 21 sec

Americans spend BILLIONs of dollars a year on Halloween celebrations. The amount of waste that goes into the items we buy is a lot. Not to mention, expensive! I even give lots of ideas to the common question: what do I hand out to trick or treaters that's eco-friendly and low waste?This episode talks about how to have an eco-friendly Halloween with kids. Here are the questions I answer and topics covered:-frightening Halloween statistics-what to give trick-or-treaters (non-candy and candy ideas)-the Teal Pumpkin Project-what to do with all those candy wrappers-what to do with leftover Halloween candy-eco friendly Halloween costumes-where to rent Halloween costumes-how to keep pumpkin carving eco-friendly-what to do with your pumpkin after HalloweenResources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):-teal pumpkin map-terra cycle candy wrapper recycling box-Kidizen App-ToyCycle-Rent-a-Romper-HalloweenCostumes.com-Episode Six with Addie on Thrifting Kids Items-Episode 11 with Jen on Composting with Kids-ShareWasteBuy Nothing Project GroupFreecycle.orgNextdoor Facebook MarketplaceLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Sep 29

32 min 50 sec

In this episode, I'm talking with Lindsay Short of Simply Sustainable Parenting. Lindsay and I cover a variety of topics, but the meat of the episode is focused on something I think many of us struggle with - setting boundaries. Here are the questions we answer and topics covered:Lindsay’s definition of sustainability (and how it’s different than the traditional meaning)How mindfulness and mental health play into the sustainability movementHow we can incorporate mindfulness, mental health, and sustainability into our familyHow to create a family mission statement (and what it is)How we can set boundaries for ourselvesHow we can set boundaries for our kids How we can teach our kids to set boundaries for themselves How to address pushback from others in regards to boundaries What a simple playroom is and how to maintain itSome benefits of having fewer toys for kidsResources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):Mission statement worksheetEpisode 2 with Stephanie Sefarian Boundary setting around gift giving workshopConscious parenting book clubWhere to find Lindsay:InstagramBlogLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Sep 15

39 min 42 sec

Research shows that kids who are overscheduled don't eat as well, sleep as well, or make friends as well as kids who aren't overscheduled. Additionally, overscheduling kids when they're younger can lead to things like anxiety, depression, and hamper their ability to solve problems and make good decisions. As parents/guardians, we are probably well-intentioned by signing our kids up for all the things. But it can not only be detrimental to their wellbeing, but ours too. Here are the questions we answer and topics covered:How overscheduling can be a detriment to our kids (and us)What research shows about this topicWhy we may overscheduleFive ways to stop overscheduling Resources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):Free workshop: Seeds for changeEpisode 2: Eco Minimalism and Kids with Stephanie Sefarian The Overscheduled Child by Alvin Rosenfeld, MDThe Hurried Child by David Elkind Let's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Aug 18

25 min 14 sec

The future of our planet can sometimes feel very bleak - especially for those of us who have kids. Oftentimes we find ourselves asking what their future will look like, how much weight will they have to carry, and what will become of our society. My guest today is Stacy C. Bauer - mom, teacher, and author. Stacy had the idea in 2020 to write a book about inspiring kids making change today. She set out to find 20 kids for one book and ended up with 84 kids and seven books. I talk with Stacy about these inspiring kids which left me filled with hope for not only our future but for my son as well. Here are the questions we answer and topics we cover:What is a young changemakerWhy representation is important in children’s booksCharacteristics that are common amongst young changemakers Kids' concerns about the futureWhy kids are great at making changeHow can we support kids who want to be young changemakersHow can we encourage and empower kids to be young changemakersTips for decluttering with kidsResources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):Young Changemakers Kickstarter CampaignCami and Wyatt BooksYoung Changemakers Facebook group#kidsinspiringothers#inspiringkids#kidshelpingpeopleWhere to find Stacy:WebsiteInstagramTwitterFacebookYoung Changemakers Facebook page Let's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)

Aug 12

40 min 32 sec

You know science is important, but do you really know why? How does incorporating science for kids at home help with living sustainably? And what about kids who don't have access to good science learning? In this episode, I'm talking with Medinah Eatman, or, Science Teacher Mom. We answer the questions above, and lots, lots more.  Here are the questions we answer and topics we cover:Medinah's experience being on the show ‘George in the Jungle’ on NBCWhat STEM is, and why is it important for our kids?Why are STEM/STEAM topics so important when it comes to sustainable living?Science for kids at home - how to get them involved How to make science fun and engaging Barriers to learning science and how it affects kids How can we help remove some of those barriers?The importance of representation in scienceCommunity reading events - what are they, and how to host oneGreat additional resources for bringing science to kids Even if you think you're not "good" at science, or science-literate, you'll find yourself motivated to start talking about and incorporating science every day - because, surprise! We already use it every day. Resources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):George in the Jungle episode on NBCSubscription Box linkDonate ChooseClub Lab RascalsBrain PopWhere to find Medinah:WebsiteSubscription boxes InstagramLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Aug 4

41 min 38 sec

Artificial light pollution at night - what is it? Why is it a problem - especially for us and our kids? In this week's episode, I'm talking with Caitlin Johnson, founder of the Twin Cities (Minnesota) chapter of the International Dark Sky Organization. Here are the questions we answer and topics we cover:What is light pollution (specifically artificial light pollution at night)?Why is artificial light pollution at night bad?How does light pollution affect humans? What about pollinators, birds, bats, and other creatures?What can we do to reduce artificial light pollution at night?Resources for reducing artificial light pollution at nightLights at night and safety: how can we find a balance?How can our kids get involved?I LOVE this episode, because the resources and action items are super easy, absolutely do-able, and for some of them, include things you're already doing (like buying lightbulbs). Resources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):Darksky.org Project DrawdownEpisode 5 with Jess Purcell National GeographicBell Museum of Natural HistoryDark Sky Sanctuary Dark sky approved light fixtures Take back the nightNextdoorAmerican Natural History MuseumAudubon SocietyBee LabPollinator Friendly YardsFind a chapter (for Dark Sky International)Where to find Caitlin: Instagram (personal, sewing, and low waste)Twin Cities Dark Sky Association ChapterInstagram (Twin Cities Dark Sky Chapter)Let's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)

Jul 21

35 min

Single-use plastic and kids. They seem to go hand and hand, right?  During the month of July, millions around the world partake in a challenge called 'Plastic Free July'. But reducing plastic can be daunting and overwhelming. And what if I told you it may not all be bad?This episode covers: What is plastic free July?Is all plastic bad?What’s the problem with straw bans and plastic bag bans?Tips for reducing single use plasticSome of my favorite places to shop plastic free (and find sustainable and ethical businesses)Ways to reduce single-use plastic with kidsMy favorite plastic-free swaps for kidsResources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):Episode 10 with Jen GalePlastic Free July .orgPlastic is not the enemy, our mindset isNPR interviewWhat is eco-minimalism ep 1Making sustainability sustainable classTiny Yellow BungalowTare MarketBestowed EssentialsHippie Haven ShopEthical and Sustainable places to shopAkua Resource guideSarah Robertson BarnesScience Teacher MomThoughtfully Sustainable (episode 5)Dental LaceBuy Nothing Project GroupFreecycle.orgNextdoor Facebook MarketplaceOld World New Ep - 6Olio appGus Dean CoffeeEpisode 4 - gardening with kidsBeego HandmadeLittle Free LibraryToy Library AssociationFive Party Episode - ep 9TAP appLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (

Jul 14

34 min 55 sec

Have you ever wondered how to compost at home? Or maybe you've thought about it but feel overwhelmed. Maybe you're already a composter but  interested in learning about other methods, or how to get kids involved. In this episode, I'm talking with Jen Panaro of Honestly Modern, who I refer to as the composting guru. Jen walks us through anything and everything composting - making it a perfect episode if you're brand new or a seasoned composter. The resources she provides are extensive, and I'm confident no matter where you are in your journey, you'll walk away with some new knowledge.  Here are the questions we answer and topics we cover: What composting isHow to start composting & how to do it at homeHow it works (in easy to understand ways)Why it’s important not to send food to the landfillDifferent type of composting systems (plus pros and cons of each)What about pests? Are they bad?What’s the best option for composting in an apartment?How to compost with kidsHow to get kids involved with the process (including activities and resources)Life lessons kids can learn from compostingWhat to do if you feel overwhelmedHow to start your own compost pickup business in your areaResources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):FoodCycler LomiShareWasteSubpodEpisode four - how to garden with kidsJess Purcell - Thoughtfully Sustainable - Episode 5Thoughtfully Sustainable compost sorting activityBring your Trash to Life series Facebook gardening groupsNextDoorBuy NothingLife Lessons Kids Can Learn from CompostingFamily values - Episode 2 with Stephanie Seferian Compost Stew (the book)Compost Stew Facebook Composting FAQ on Honestly ModernMore composting resources You can find Jen in these places of the web:Honestly Modern BlogHonestly Modern Facebook Honestly Modern InstagramWastewellSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Jun 30

37 min 46 sec

You may know the name Jen Gale, or recognize the 'Sustainable(ish) name. Well, this episode I'm excited to share my interview with Jen where we talk about all things eco-parenting! Jen's book The Sustainable(ish) Guide to Green Parenting came out in May of 2021, and after I read it, I knew it was a fantastic resource for anyone who wants to have kids, who has kids, or who has kids in their lives. There are great tips not only for green parenting, but that are applicable even if you don't have kids. Here's what we talk about:What a buy nothing year is, and how to do oneThe the concept of "having less children is the most eco-friendly", and our thoughts on thatAn eco committee and what it isHow to introduce big topics like the climate crisis to kidsHow to address a reluctant family/partner/roommateA ta-da list, and how it can help us on our sustainable living journeyWhat a reusable party pack for kids birthday party is, and how to create oneResources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):OctonautsRelated: 30 Shows, Movies, and Documentaries for Young Kids about EarthRelated: Plogging: What it is and how it can help the earth and your anxietyHow bad are bananas bookWild Tribe Hero booksEpisode 5 with Jess PurcellSustainab(lish) episode on party packs Party kit networkWhere to find Jen Gale:-The Sustainable(ish) guide-The Sustainable(ish) guide to Green Parenting-Sustainable(ish) podcast-Sustainable(ish) website -Knackered Moms Eco ClubLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Jun 25

41 min 57 sec

 Have you ever heard of a fiver party? What is it? How do you throw a fiver party?It may surprise you that this up and coming trend is somewhat controversial!In this episode, I cover:What is a fiver partyHow are fiver parties different than regular partiesHow to explain a fiver partyIs a fiver party right for me / my kids birthday?Are fiver parties tacky?What to do if you're worried your kid will be disappointedFiver party invite wordingResources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):Fiver party guideEpisode Two: Eco minimalism and kidsEtsy - Fiver Party invite templatesLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Jun 16

26 min 34 sec

In this episode, I'm talking with Erin of My Green Closet all about kids capsule wardrobes. We discuss and answer questions such as:What is a capsule wardrobe?How many items are in a kids capsule wardrobe?What items do I need?How can I reduce my children's wardrobeBenefits of a capsule wardrobe for kidsThe difference between an adult and kids capsule wardrobe Do you need a capsule wardrobe for each season?What NOT to include in an capsule wardrobe How to spot greenwashing in kids clothing brandsIt's an episode that's jam-packed with info and resources, and one you won't want to miss! Resources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):Episode 006 with Addie of Old World New Buy Nothing Project GroupFreecycle.orgParade Organicsmini miochepactbeya madejackalorent a romperWhere to find Erin:My Green Closet website My Green Closet YouTubeLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Jun 2

34 min 20 sec

In this episode, I'm sharing 14 ways my husband and I work to help my son manage anxiety. These tips can be used for kids and many are applicable to adults too. These tips are ones we personally use in our home. I am not a medical professional, nor should this be taken as medical advice. This episode should also not be used to diagnose any type of mental illness. If you have questions or concerns about this, please check with your primary doctor (or your child's). These are just tips that have helped our child with his anxiety that we wanted to share in case they can help you too. If you or a child you know are in a crisis, please contact the free, 24/7 Crisis Text Line by texting 'HOME' to 741741. Resources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):Books:-The What if Monster-A little spot of anxiety-Anxious Ninja-Calm NinjaMeditations on Insight Timer: -Sleep Friend Meditation for Children-Anxiety Relief for Kids-A Kid Shaped Pool: Bedtime Practice Shows: -Daniel TigerTools:-Stuff to chew on (dino toy and Taggies blankets) -Weighted blanket (LUNA)-Journal, coloring, or a puzzle -54321 grounding exercise (name 5 things you see, 4 things you hear, 3 things you feel, 2 things you smell, 1 thing you taste)Deep breathing (check Insight Timer for guided breathing exercises, or pretend you are blowing up a balloon in your belly)Let's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram @raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblogFacebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community Group Become a podcast member and help support the show!

May 19

34 min 57 sec

In this episode, I'm talking with thrifting queen Addie Fisher of Old World New. Addie and I are talking about all things thrifting and kids, including:Why thrift?How thrifting is not a new conceptThe rise in popularity of thriftingHow thrifting can help support your local communityThrifting tips and resources for kids itemsAnswer questions such as:What should I look for in thrift shopping kids clothes and gear?What should you not buy at thrift stores?How do you disinfect clothes/gear from a thrift store?And more!Resources mentioned in this episode (some links may contain affiliate links, which helps support our amazing guests and this podcast):Buy Nothing ProjectBlog post/video: How I thrifted 90% of my wardrobeBeya MadeCounter Culture cleanerThredUPToyCycle (get 20% off a regular priced item using code 'ReduceRenew' at checkout)PoshmarkMercariFacebook MarketplaceBlog post: 10 ways to graciously tell someone: 'no gifts, please' (with actual examples)Hashtags:#sustainablelivingtips#secondhandfirst#thriftstorefindsWhere to find Addie:WebsiteFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestLet's connect! Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.com Blog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew) Instagram @raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community Group Become a podcast member and help support the show!Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

May 5

35 min 7 sec

A common question is: "how can we get kids to care about nature/the earth?" It's a good questions, because after all, how can we, or how can we expect anyone to care about something they have no connection with?In this episode I'm talking with Jess Purcell, of Thoughtfully Sustainable. Jess talks about how we can get our kids interested in the pressing issues that face us today. Jess introduces us to the term: sustainability science, and talks about what it means.Additionally, we talk about the glaring fact that not everyone, or every kid, has the same access to nature and science teachings - and Jess shares some ways we can work to make these places and learnings more accessible for all. Resources mentioned:Medinah of Science Teacher Mom Backyard Basecamp 2021 Virtual Earth Day SummitJen from Honestly ModernSarah of Sarah.Robertson.Barnes Lindsay of Simply Sustainable ParentingWhere you can find Jess Purcell/Thoughtfully SustainableBlogInstagramLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)

Apr 21

31 min 34 sec

Ever wonder how to get your kids involved with gardening without sacrificing your precious plants? Gardening is great for our physical and mental health, and the benefits don't stop there for our kids. Kids can learn a number of super important skills through gardening, and it also opens up the conversation for a number of big topics like food waste, food inequality, building community, soil health, pollinators, etc. In this episode, I share seven tips on how to garden with kids, the benefits of gardening for kids, and how to keep your sanity (and your plants) while you're at it. Resources mentioned in this episode: iNaturalist appLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Apr 21

17 min 11 sec

Wondering how to raise kids who care about the environment? Who want to take action towards the climate crisis, racial injustice, and social issues? Whether we like it or not, our kids are going to inherit many of the issues we are facing today, and it's important that we as parents/guardians help guide our kids as they navigate them. In this episode, I'm talking with Brittany Jefferson of Teacher Mom Chronicles. Brittany talks about: what it means to be an eco-advocate or activisthow we can raise awareness for our kids in an age-appropriate wayhow we can encourage kids to become their own version of a climate activist/advocate based on their interests how we can talk to our kids about big issues such as the climate crisis, racial injustice, and social issues amazing resources she uses to talk to her own kids (and the kids she teaches)Resources mentioned in this episode: Book: Talking to kids about climate changeLink to industrial revolution instagram postBook: all we can saveBook: braiding sweetgrassBook: The Green Collar EconomyBook: We are the water protectorsBook: Greta and the GiantsBook: The Power BookBook series: The ______  History of the United States (ex: Latinx)Where to find out more about Brittany, and Teacher Mom Chronicles:Become a Teacher Mom Chronicle Patreon member and get amazing resources that expand on what we discussed in this episode Blog: Teacher Mom Chronicles InstagramTwitterLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)

Apr 21

34 min 32 sec

You've probably heard of the term zero waste living, and minimalism, but what if you are drawn to both lifestyles, but don't feel like you fit into either one?Eco-minimalism might be a good fit for you. In this episode, you will learn the following:What is eco-minimalism?How does eco-minimalism differ from zero waste living and minimalism separatelyHow eco-minimalism startedHow to balance eco-friendly living and minimalism How to apply eco-minimalism into your lifeWhat to do if you have a partner/roommate/spouse that's not on boardEco-minimalism resources Resources mentioned: The Sustainable Minimalist Podcast and book 'Sustainable Minimalism'Howard Lidell 'Eco-Minimalism bookReduce, Reuse, RenewDecluttering archivesDecluttering courseDecluttering ebookToss appBuy Nothing Project GroupFreecycle.orgNextdoor Facebook MarketplaceEco friendly magic of tidying up (a guide to responsibly get rid of almost everything)#ecominimalism#ecominimalist#sustainableminimalism#sustainableminimalistEco Minimalist YouTube ChannelLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Apr 21

23 min 35 sec

In episode one, I talked all about what eco-minimalism was. But this podcast is all about raising eco-minimalists, so it would be a disservice to not include an entire episode on that topic as well. In this episode, I talk with sustainable minimalism guru Stephanie Seferian - author of the book Sustainable Minimalism, and podcast host of The Sustainable Minimalists - all about raising kids under the eco-minimalism umbrella. Stephanie and talk about:The definition of eco-minimalism/sustainable minimalism The importance of having a family visionHow to handle giftsToy declutteringand more!Resources mentioned: #sustainableminimalism#sustainableminimalsts#ecominimalism#ecominimalistsYou can find Stephanie in these places of the web:InstagramBlogPodcast BookFacebookFacebook GroupLet's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Apr 21

34 min 51 sec

What is raising eco minimalists podcast? In this intro episode, I share what this podcast is all about, who I am, and what you can expect in the future from the show. Let's connect!Email me: Laura@raisingecominimalists.comBlog (Reduce, Reuse, Renew)Instagram (@raisingecominimalistspodcast or @reducereuserenewblog)Facebook Raising Eco Minimalist Community GroupBecome a podcast member (and help support the show!)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gPwH8QEUo)

Apr 6

10 min 7 sec