We know that fighting climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our generation. So what shifts can we make in our everyday lives to better the planet?
In order for us to live long, happy lives, our planet must be healthy too. In this week's newsletter, we've rounded up some of our favorite tips, products, and ideas to be more sustainable in our everyday. And as a mom of three, knee-deep in diapers, wipes and bottles, I especially love these ideas from Andrea Arria-Devoe, producer of the documentary Straws.
You're a role model for everyone around you - especially your family. If you remember to bring your own cup, buy less stuff or think twice about your plastic consumption, people around you will take notice.
Peace, love & EVOO, Katerina
Olive Oil Sommelier Katerina Mountanos, is the Founder & CEO of Kosterina Olive Oil, which produces 100% organic, extra virgin olive oil from Greece sold directly to consumers online. Katerina is an ecommerce expert and has built beauty, home and wellness businesses for Amazon, Jet, and Walmart. She founded beauty services company, Manicube, which was sold to The Red Door by Elizabeth Arden in 2015. Katerina is very passionate about olive oil, the Mediterranean diet and eating for health and longevity.
To me, there's nothing better than that first sip of coffee in the morning. If you're a coffee lover like me and the 165 million people who consume it daily, you would be shocked to find out that coffee is one of the "dirtiest" crops on the planet today.
There is so much I want to do in life. Between work, family and self-care it sometimes feels like I'm just staying afloat and not progressing. Can you relate? Recently, on the Tim Ferriss podcast I heard a piece of advice from the author, Greg McKeown that really resonated with me: take personal quarterly offsites.