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Meet The Maker: A Conversation With Molly Svoboda From Boda Clay

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Welcome to my new series, Meet the Maker! While Dharma + Dwell appears to be the work of just me, this little shop would not be possible without all of the makers, creators, innovators and other small business owners I partner with. Over the next few months, I will be featuring those we collaborate with in this mini-interview like series of posts. Our first conversation will be with Molly Svoboda from Boda Clay. If you aren’t familiar with her work, you can find her here (Instagram) and here (website). Enjoy!

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Meet The Maker: NOT MAKEUP's Jenny Murphy

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I don't know about you all, but as soon as I started working from home my beauty routine became a bit simpler. By that I mean, non-existent. It felt like such a waste to put on a full face of make-up with no where to go. Anyone else? Then suddenly my co-workers wanted everyone to turn on their cameras during work meetings. Nothing like testing your confidence than a camera inches from your face while you have no makeup on! Several weeks later I found NOT MAKEUP by Jenny Murphy, a local plant-based makeup (yet, not makeup) brand. These products are exactly what I needed for my virtual meetings.

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Part 2: Defining Sustainability

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According to the International Society for Sustainable Professionals (ISSP), “social issues are at the crux of sustainability issues”. Interesting, right? How many of you hear sustainability and immediately think about environmentalism? I know I used to! For those of you who have not read Part 1: Defining Sustainability, brief recap: our environment, society and economy are deeply interconnected and to achieve sustainability we must not treat any of these elements as separate.

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How Living Consciously Saves Me Money

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Cost is most frequently cited as the number one barrier to living a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. So, I thought I would share with you a few of the ways that living more consciously has helped me save money.

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15 Ways to Practice Sustainability During the Coronavirus Outbreak

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It's been almost one month since the United States has started to feel the impact of the Coronavirus. Prior to all of the work from home policies, shelter in place orders, closures of schools, restaurants and small businesses – I had a friend ask me for some tips to remaining zero waste as she feared that she might be unable to purchase package-free produce from the grocery store or found herself purchasing more packaged food for health and safety purposes.

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