When it comes to sustainable fashion, the best thing is to avoid buying brand new. There is already so much perfectly good clothing out there looking for a new home. Whether you shop at your local thrift store, online subscription services, or swap with friends, gently used clothing is the way to go. I hope…Read More
My take, after researching sustainable fashion, is that when shopping for clothes we should be looking for brands that carry certifications, such as B Corp and Organic Cotton. Initially, I was wrapped up in thinking there could be one textile that trumps all other as “the sustainable textile”. Certifications exist to help take the guess…Read More
Start buying better products! Here are some resources I discovered when researching sustainable products. Spending a few minutes each week reading articles about the latest sustainable products is an easy way to learn more about sustainability. Click each heading below to learn a bit more about sustainable products. Zero Waste Pioneers This article gets a…Read More
I’ve been striving to eat healthier these days, but the truth is I’m not much of a cook. I’ve got a busy schedule and a million things I’m trying to accomplish, so cooking is not a priority for me right now. That’s why I was excited to give Splendid Spoon, a plant-based meal delivery service…Read More
A big part of my hope for Live to Sustain is that we can have a positive impact on people’s purchasing habits. I want to promote companies that are interested in making the world a better place. This is why I buy B Corps. Taken directly from the B Corporation website, here is the definition…Read More
Photography by Lisa Weatherbee Making friends in a new city can be tough, especially as we get older. It’s been a year since I moved to San Diego from New York City, and building a sense of community has been my biggest struggle. Even though I’ve been making an effort, I’m still craving the sense…Read More
Towards the end of 2017, after some dabbling with meditation, I decided to give it a whole hearted effort. My venture into meditation started as a way to help myself de-stress after a tough day. I needed a way to calm myself down. If I let too many stress filled days pile up without breaking…Read More
Welcome back to Part 2 of our kitchen renovation project. Check out Part 1 to see where we started. Today we’re going to dive right into the construction, and I’ll tell you about some of the boring, but necessary details it took to get started. Step 1 – Getting Approval Depending on where you live, you…Read More
Hey friends! Today I want to share with you the details of my kitchen renovation project. I must confess that this was not a particularly “sustainable” renovation project. After working for nearly a decade in the interior design business, one of my biggest concerns was the amount of waste generated by construction and renovation projects.…Read More
Meet Adam & Laura
Adam Cunningham and Laura Weatherbee are everyday citizens who are passionate about creating a sustainable future. We understand that modern life is filled with many tough choices, and choosing the sustainable path is not always easy. That's why we aim to learn as much as possible about sustainable living practices like adopting renewable energy and promoting fair business. By sharing this knowledge, we hope to create meaningful change in our community.
Laura is a student of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Adam works in market research. They currently live in sunny San Diego, California.