Beating the Eco Blues: Three Tips To Consider

Living isn’t always easy. Life is full of challenges. Navigating a social landscape where sustainability and people/animal ethics doesn’t always get the first priority can be really difficult. Add on top of that the fact that the world seems a little more bonkers than usual (i.e. the prospects of war, missile testing, financial panic, and all the other scary stuff being thrown around the news of late) it can be a little tricky to keep your positive attitude afloat. The following tips are aimed to help you keep your eco and ethical attitudes fresh in the face of a media onslaught of uncertainty. Know that the only change is the only constant. As much as we are creatures of habit, change is very much a key part of our lives. We try to find balance or equilibrium in our lives because it allows us a safe guard of predictability. While we know that there are laws as to how things should turn out, things don’t always play by the rules. For example- when we drop our morning toast it’s a given (thanks to gravity) that the toast will hit the floor. We consistently know this to be a truth because it’s a constant across most of our lives. The weird bit is that there are so many ways that this reality could be changed. One possibility would be that...

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