Happy Earth Day!
I always appreciate Earth Day posts because while I'm not the most passionate advocate for climate change initiatives I do think we have a very unique, God-given responsibility to take care of our planet and the beautiful place we've been given to live.
So today I wanted to do a roundup of some Earth Day inspiration, from easy sustainability tips to a couple Earth Day inspired desktop wallpapers to update your tech. As always, let me know if you have any suggestions or ideas to add to the list!
Earth Day Desktop Wallpapers
ONE | Stegmann Clogs
I came in contact with the Stegmann brand through a collaboration we did together last year. The company goes to great lengths to ensure their products are quality and for Earth Week, they are planting trees for every pair of EcoWool Clogs bought.
You can see the clogs in action here.
Jess Kirby was the one who introduced me to Able on her blog years ago and has since worked very closely with them to produce collaborations and capsule collections. They take both their environmental and social responsibility very seriously and create beautiful pieces that reflect their passion for quality and design.
THREE | Christy Dawn
Again, a brand I've long admired, Christy Dawn has one of the most unique processes for creating stunning garments. They have adopted a Farm-to-Closet philosophy where all of the raw materials that go into their collections are grown on land they own and steward.
They have a lot of information about their philosophy on their website, which is definitely worth a read if you're going to support the brand through a purchase!
A Beautiful Earth Day Book
A few months ago, Bonnie Wright - who played the lovely Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter movies – started a YouTube channel called Go Gently in preparation for the launch of her book all about sustainability.
It's available today to order and she does a wonderful job of talking about our responsibility to keep our planet healthy while also acknowledging that it is and should be a gentle process for our own sakes - we can't do everything!