How an Old Home Made Me Rethink Sustainable Living

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After the turmoil of the past year or so, many of us are trying to live a more sustainable lifestyle.

But, once you start looking into sustainability, it gets a little disheartening. If you look at influencers in the sustainable lifestyle category, it seems like you need to spend a lot of money and time to make changes in your lifestyle.




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Elizabeth Demolat

Elizabeth Demolat

Lover of books, adventures, friends, dancing, muffins, France, camp fires, and Ole Miss. And, I teach.

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