How the Ethical Writers Celebrate Earth Day Every Day

The Ethical Writers celebrate the earth every day, not just on Earth Day. It's at the heart of what we do, what we fight for, what we honor with our work. Some of us put together statements on how we honor the our planet and it's inhabitants everyday—not to #humblebrag, but to celebrate the lifestyle changes that center the earth in our hearts and minds. Follow us all year round for Earth Day every day! 

I honor the earth everyday by treading lightly on her resources and inhabitants. I compost, practice minimalism, veganism, and use public transportation as much as possible. Rather than feeling deprived, these actions make me more aware of all the precious things I have and I appreciate them all the more.

Emily McLaughlin of Gathering Green

I honor the earth all year, beyond Earth Day, by being mindful of where my food is sourced, joining a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share, and educating myself on modern farming practices.


Stephanie Villano of My Kind Closet

I honor the earth every day by wearing my clothes more than once to save water with fewer washes, and sourcing my food locally whenever possible—even growing my own produce in the summer and fall.
 

Holly Rose of Leotie Lovely

I honour Mama Earth each and every day by being mindful of how my actions and purchases affect her, from my clothing and food to my toothbrush and detergents.
 

ANNIE ZHU OF TERUMAH

I honor the earth by buying organic and supporting local farmers.
 

ELEANOR SNARE

I honour the Earth each day by spending time outside, fully absorbing what’s around me, reducing my impact on the planet and learning to interact with the planet in new ways through planting, growing and nurturing.
 

FAYE LESSLER OF SUSTAINING LIFE

I honor Mama Earth every day of the year by always being mindful of myself, asking questions before I purchase, and never taking good things for granted.

**I honor Mama Earth every day by being that annoying friend who will always bug you to do things better ;D

Jacalyn Beales of Out of Wilderness

I honor our Earth everyday by striving to use products which don’t violate the rights and welfare of our planet’s wildlife.
 

JUHEA KIM OF PEACEFUL DUMPLING

I honor the earth every day by composting and eating vegan. I’ve been vegan for almost 10 years and composting for 5 years. These two activities ground me and make me feel more compassionate, conscientious, and connected to the earth.
 

NICHOLE DUNST OF GREEN OR DIE

I honor the Earth by abstaining from products, materials, and practices that rob it of its precious natural resources, by getting out and enjoying the natural beauty that it has to offer, and by practicing compassion towards all of its creatures.
 

GRETA MATOS OF ABRIENDO CAMINOS

Quiet moments to watch the sunrise, daily hikes in wild places, conscious and focused appreciation for the abundance of this planet and my connection to it- these are my daily rituals to honor this incredible Earth! I also fold this appreciation and respect into all aspects of my work—whether I am writing and sharing my adventure stories, publishing photos, or consulting on ethical supply chain strategy, I am inspired in my work by the beauty of nature and honor it throughout.

DOMINIQUE OF LET’S BE FAIR

I honor the Earth by loving the people on it and enjoying the beauty of the world with them as grateful stewards.
 

LEAH WISE OF STYLE WISE BLOG

I honor the Earth throughout the year by using cloth menstrual pads instead of disposables and washing them with eco-friendly detergent. 
 

ALDEN WICKER OF ECOCULT

I honor the earth every single day, by always packing a reusable water bottle, a reusable handkerchief, and a reusable bag in my purse – they are as important as my wallet and keys!
 

DANIELLE CALHOUN OF BLACK SHEEP BRIDE

I honor the earth every day by teaching my children the importance of picking up trash and recyclables in on our daily walks around the neighborhood and showing them the value of eating what’s available to them in our own environment (in our case fish from the Gulf of Mexico we catch).


CATHERINE HARPER OF WALKING WITH CAKE

I honor the earth every day by teaching my boys to recycle, using what we have instead of always buying something new, and eating locally-grown foods.
 

K. CHAYNE OF KAMEA WORLD

I honor planet earth every day by using a holistic view of health—one that encompasses the health of our minds, bodies, and our collective environment—to shape my thought processes, habits, and consumer choices.

RENEE PETERS OF MODEL 4 GREEN LIVING

I honor the Earth every day by not consuming animal products, walking and taking public transportation, consuming products responsibly and wasting less, and by using my platform as a model to spread my message...the little things that we, as individuals, do everyday all add up to combat climate change. Never underestimate the power of small, daily actions that add up to be a huge reduction in our carbon footprint.
 

ABBY CALHOUN OF A CONSCIOUS CONSUMER

I honor the earth every day by taking in as much as information as I can about her resources, climate change, and our role as consumers in the ‘bigger picture’. I promise to never stop asking questions and having conversations, and will always look for alternative consumption practices to relieve the pressure we are placing on our planet.
 

Chandra Fox of These Native Goods

I honor the earth every day by appreciating everything she has provided us with and by reducing my family's waste through more conscious shopping practices, when selecting our food and goods—less packaging, less chemicals, less impact.
 

Addie Benson of Old World New

I honor our one and only earth every day by making old things new again, such as thrifted fashion finds, thereby not encouraging the use of our finite precious natural resources.
 

HANNA BAROR PADILLA OF SOTELA

I honor the earth every day by creating timeless clothing with eco-friendly fabrics that is made in the US.
 

SARA WEINREB OF IMBY

I honor the earth everyday by using plastic-free packaging that is made of recycled and recyclable materials when I ship out new orders of our Made in USA clothing.
 

Kasi Martin of The Peahen

I show my love for the Earth by talking her up! You can eat vegan, live as minimally as possible, and do your homework when it comes to clothes, but when others know the motivation for your lifestyle choices they can also be inspired to action.

 

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