So you’ve sorted by category, took everything out, touched every item, and asked yourself approximately a hundred thousand times “does this spark joy?”, now what? What do you do with all those things that just don’t spark joy? Here’s what I did with items that no longer sparked joy.
If you have followed me on Instagram for any length of time, you probably know that I try to pursue Zero Waste living. What is zero waste living? It’s the idea that everything you purchase and use should get used up and nothing should be wasted and/or thrown away in a landfill. This means I try to steer clear of excess packaging, single use plastics, and things that we don’t need. When we are more conscious of our choices we are helping the environment. We aren’t OVER-consuming valuable water, land, and energy resources. And we produce less water, air, and land pollution. Unfortunately many people aren’t going to be motivated by the phrase “it’s good for the environment”, so let me try to persuade you another way: your wallet. Doing these “green” things will actually SAVE you money!
Human Trafficking can feel like a giant incurable problem especially when you hear that there are over 40 million persons who are caught in modern day slavery today and that it is the fastest growing crime in the world.
But do not despair. The worst thing any of us can do is throw up our hands and say “well, I can’t fix it”.
It has been said that for evil men to accomplish their purpose it is only necessary that good men should do nothing. -Reverend Charles Frederic Aked (1916)
So I want to break down three simple and easy things that you can do to help fight Human Trafficking.
Hey! I'm Christine, I'm an entrepreneur and small business owner who has learned by trial and error. I write helpful articles that help you take your next steps in business. Occasionally I like to mix things up and dash in a bit of lifestyle topics. Thanks for being here!