Tracey Bianchi

Author Tracey Bianchi about hugging trees AND people; a hopeful documentary about food, for once; and China’s rise to energy infamy in this issue of Sprouts from Flourish magazine.

An “overtired, hyper-caffeinated, stressed-out mom” still manages to take a step of stewardship each day, and encourages us that “sustainable living is totally doable.”

Stop wishing for the perfection of Eden! Turning our perspective instead toward the Promised Land helps us understand how to function in this creation as the messed up folks we are.

“Don’t Panic!” That’s Julie Clawson’s advice for right living in her book, “Everyday Justice,” reviewed here by Tracey Bianchi.

Live Well Where You Live

December 9, 2009

You don’t have to move to the city or the country to live a sustainable lifestyle. The best choice may be to see change at home.