We have been living a paleo lifestyle for about three years now. In the beginning, we discovered a lot of things about food—how it’s grown and harvested, what it takes to get that food to our table, and what happens afterwards with the scraps and packaging. We made several changes in our household: eating organic vegetables and fruit, grassfed beef, wild fish, and pastured chicken; eating locally raised food; and composting (to name a few). Once we got our system worked out, it was no effort at all, which is why we now refer to paleo as a “lifestyle” rather than a “diet.”
With this lifestyle change, came a desire to do even more. To be more sustainable. To simplify. To not take our earth for granted. Over the past several months I have been on a quest to rid our lives of extraneous clutter. It’s still a work in progress, but the simple life is a beautiful thing. I’ve also started brewing kombucha and am looking forward to experimenting more with fermentation. Just trying to kick it up a notch.
Okay, so where am I going with this?
I just want to encourage you to take a look at your life and think about some ways that you can be your very best. Can you do better at remembering your reusable bags at the grocery store? Can you bike to work? Can you start your own little garden? Can you turn your lights off or not use them as much? Sometimes I feel like we’re sucking the life out of this earth instead of giving back when we can. I worry for my kids. I don’t want them to end up like the characters in WALL-E.
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