Mindful Living: Habits and Choices for a Healthier Home

Best of 2011

Doing things that are good for the planet often have the added advantage of being good for you, too. Mindful living means slowly and consciously working to develop habits that will make you and your home healthier. Here are a few of our most thoughtful posts on the topic from this past year:

TOP ROW
• 1 Why Sustainability Is Boring and Merely Consuming Less Misses the Point
• 2 Live With What You Love: Rethinking Sustainability
• 3 Starting Over: How To Get Back Together With Your Home
• 4 The Rules: An Illustrated Guide to Modern Etiquette
• 5 Eating with 7 Billion: Smarted Up Food Resources

MIDDLE ROW
• 6 Green Living Inspiration: The Zero Waste Home
• 7 What Favorite Quote or Personal Mantra Do You Live By?
• 8 7 Habits of Reasonably Green People
• 9 Re-Nest On... Expensive Green Furniture and Angry People
• 10 Attention List Lovers! Essential Checklists For A Healthy, Eco-Friendly Home

BOTTOM ROW
• 11 How To Get the Benefits of a 2-Week Vacation in ONE Day
• 12 10 Ways To Kick Your Paper Towel Habit
• 13 Weekend Meditation: Getting Up with the Sun
• 14 Can You Live Plastic-Free?

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Welcome to Re-Nest's Best of 2011 roundup! From December 19 through January 1 we are rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the past year.

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