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Political voting may have closed (for now), but the opportunity to affect change in our world is still here and it’s so much easier than it may seem. All you have to do is buy something! Let’s put our money where our values are this season and buy from businesses that are producing responsibly and give back generously.

Tune in via iTunes or below for my version of a holiday gift guide that will make a difference.

 

 

 

 

Sources I didn’t mention in the podcast but you should still totally check out!

 

Photography by Angie Garcia (she works with bloggers and is fantastic!)

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2 Comments

  • Reply Sarah Greenman November 30, 2016 at 1:49 pm

    Responsible consumerism and ethical business practices. YES. Loved this podcast. Thank you. You are the best.

  • Reply Zoë December 7, 2016 at 2:16 pm

    Great podcast Hilary! I’m a huge proponent of voting with my wallet and it is so nice to find a holiday gift guide that fits with my values. I will be sharing this. Happy holidays!

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