Parental anxieties can damage kids’ relationship with food (The below completed story, assigned to me by Optimum Wellness, is posted here with permission from my editor. It’s been held indefinitely as Covid has affected many magazines’ page counts, but I wanted to get it out there as I really enjoyed this one!) By Sarah ProtzmanContinue reading “Kick the ‘Clean-Plate Club’”
I’m into clothes but not fashion, if that makes sense. While I applaud the industry’s acceptance of sustainable fabrics like biodegradable mycelium, fashion is still the world’s second most-polluting business, according to the UN, and produces 10% of the world’s carbon emissions. Yet another reason why I love to dress myself in secondhand duds. IContinue reading “My act of hope in a funky summer: Resisting the urge to purge”
(updated 8/12/20) A lot of Boulder-area folks have gotten in touch on my Instagram to ask which thrift stores are open when for both donations and shopping. Here’s what I could find out through calling the stores and checking their websites. Always a good idea to call ahead in case something changed, but I hopeContinue reading “Where to donate your stuff during Covid-19”
Right before the Corona closed all my favorite stores, a Boulder company asked me to talk about how and why I thrift, and how it all began. While my hobby is on hold due to Covid, I appreciated the opportunity to speak with Room 214 about the joys and importance of secondhand shopping. I knowContinue reading “My thrifting backstory”
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