Purchase Products More Consciously
As we spend money on products we are by default supporting it. It's key for everyone to begin making more conscious choices on what we choose to buy. Are we buying random goods we don’t really need? Are we purchasing to fill voids within ourselves? Are we choosing toxic products vs environmentally friendly and harmonious products? Are we able to DIY many of the things we buy? Often times a little bit of research can go a long way to realizing that by reusing or recycling an existing product, we can replace the need to purchase more goods. Thinking before we buy is another small step we can take collectively to begin removing our support from non-harmonious products.
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Here you will find our Contributor businesses that belong to people who participate in the transition This section is not to be confused with Our Co-ops which are businesses typically owned by a community that share assets among the community and those that work in it. If we buy from each others businesses we are starving "the beast" and essentially reinvesting our funds to people who will be contributing to our goals.
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