Sharon-Dewi, Jul 24, 2019
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I think about my impact on the planet every single day and try to minimize it with everything that I do. I have been a vegetarian for many years now, I’m trying to use as little water as possible and keep the central heating down to a minimum. I only buy what I need and buy products with as little plastic packaging as possible, which is a real challenge nowadays but very important in this consumer market we are currently living in. I reuse, repurpose and recycle to make sure the materials our planet has offered are being used to their fullest potential and are not being wasted. We are currently isolating our house to the best way possible, replacing our windows with triple glass, getting rid of gas and using a heat pump to extract warmth from the canal in front of our house and we’re thinking about placing solar panels on our rooftops, this all to keep our ecological footprints to a minimum.

Tim and I started a business that cultivates Spirulina, the most sustainable protein source that exist, to make both people and planet healthier. As an industrial designer and teacher at the technical university I take into account and try to minimize the environmental impact of each product that I design and I consider it to be my duty to teach my students to design with the same care and intent. By living a sustainable lifestyle I hope to leave the world better than I found it, to ensure a bright future for the generations to come. I wish to inspire more people to do the same.

To create this layout I used items from the following bundles:
- Make Art & Journal No. 1 & 2 by Rachel Jefferies
- A New Me by Little Butterfly Wings
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    • mcurtt
      Yes! Awesome journaling, and I don't think you are an idealist, you just have concern for our planet, which unfortunately, isn't found as often as it should be. I've been a vegetarian since 1989, we've recycled since the 1970's. We compost our vegetable scraps, we avoid plastic bags at the grocery store.
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