We recognized Earth Week this week with blogs on sustainability, biking to work, intellectual wellness and recycling.
Let’s recap what we wrote about:
How to be less trashy at work (or 5 ways to reduce workplace waste)
The key to reducing your waste is to think about the three R’s: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Using this lens can help you choose items that come in recyclable or reusable packaging, or find creative ways to use what you already have instead of purchasing something new. If you are just starting your sustainability journey, try choosing just one item to become more contentious about. Small efforts have big impacts.
The benefits of biking to work
Thinking of riding your bike to work? Good! The benefits are numerous, so let’s explore the benefits of riding your bike to work, and touch on what you need to do before you start cranking.
6 ways to be a sustainability superstar at work
Do you want to be greener, but don’t know where to start? Here are a few ideas for how to make more sustainable choices at work. If you are just starting your sustainability journey, start small. Small efforts can have big impacts.
Intellectual wellness and Earth Day have a lot in common
What can a desire to learn and practice more about intellectual wellness and celebrating Earth Day have in common? I thought about that for a lot of time in March and stumbled on the easy answer: quite a bit.