*This is a guest post from the wonderful Jolyn Decalini, an aspiring virtual assistant I engaged with on Simbi. My interaction with her on the platform was so positive, and it inspired me so much, that I asked her to draft a post about Simbi I could share with my readers. I blogged about my … Continue reading Simbi for Sustainability and Affordability
There are thousands of Simbi users from far and wide offering to help others in exchange of a virtual currency called Simbi, that you receive from other users when you fulfil a job request for them, or helping the community and recruiting new members. No actual money ever needs to change hands, and most services are available virtually or locally, which keeps the environmental impact low.
Whether you're composting in your own personal bin or scrap heap, or participating in your municipal organic waste collection program, composting is a fantastic way to reduce your household's greenhouse gas emissions and to regenerate our depleted soils.
It's always hard for me to know where to begin telling anyone about my journey toward a more sustainable life, and the last thing I want to do is sound preachy -- there is enough judgement and mommy shaming out in the world without inviting it here in my blog space. I suppose a good … Continue reading An Evergreen Process