December 25, 2023

Eco Tips from inside Waylon’s Shower {Mindful Monday video/podcast}.

Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis presents:

“Every Monday, I offer a mindful reminder for our everyday life.” ~ Waylon Lewis 

“It’s not that the little things are gonna fix everything, but billions of us doing the little things, or at least not doing the bad things…micro can become macro—that’s how Capitalism works: supply and demand. ” ~ Waylon Lewis

For this week’s Mindful Monday video/podcast, Waylon offers little mindful and eco tips for our planet and our health from inside his secondhand-renovated, eco-friendly shower and little bathroom.

“My father’s a Republican. My mom is liberal. We need to remember that caring about our planet should be basic. Conserving is basic to all of us. Let’s care about our health and our planet’s health at the same time. If all we do is care about our own health, it’s a little selfish. So that’s where empathy matters. We need to keep our hearts open and actually care.” ~ Waylon Lewis

Your Mindful Monday Video:

“Shower curtains were listed by The New York Times as one of the top everyday environmental toxins in our lives. So I use no plastic, no vinyl.” ~ Waylon Lewis 

Go Deeper >> Three Simple Ways to rid Plastic & Toxic Vinyl from your Daily Life.

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