Small Changes You Can Make to Be More Sustainable

Written By: Amelia Kennedy Buying thrifted or used clothing Cutting down on your carbon footprint and consumption is extremely important, especially in the fashion industry. The clothing and shoe industry often uses unethical and harmful practices on their workers and the planet. About 100 billion clothing items are produced each year and 60% of that will end up in a landfill (Clean Clothes Campaign). Hand-me-downs … Continue reading Small Changes You Can Make to Be More Sustainable

5 Ways to be More Sustainable in College

Sustainability may seem like a nice idea, but harder in practice — like making your bed everyday or training for a 10K.  In reality, there are plenty of simple steps we can take as college students to start treating our planet with the respect it deserves.  1. Shop second-hand clothing Did you know nearly 100 million tons of textile waste ends up in landfills each … Continue reading 5 Ways to be More Sustainable in College

Q&A with Vegable Co-Founder Maria Dieser

Vegable Produce, a farm to door delivery box service, was founded on the belief that it should be easy and affordable for you to make the choice to eat healthy. Vegable Produce brings organic and sustainable fruits and vegetables to your doorstep on a weekly basis, giving you access to a nutritious box hassle free.  The Fit Magazine spoke with Vegable co-founder Maria Dieser to … Continue reading Q&A with Vegable Co-Founder Maria Dieser