It’s official, you guys requested more ‘Life’s Not That Serious’ episodes so I’m delivering. Today, we’re talking about distancing ourselves from our goals, when I first heard this it gave me a total lightbulb moment. The concept makes goals more attainable if you’re consciously or subconsciously putting distance between you and something you want. Plus, a great article on how you don’t owe anyone an interaction, a concept especially valid for vegans or people living a ‘different’ lifestyle where others have a lot of questions. And how our ability to be kind erodes when we aren’t kind to ourselves. If there’s something you want to hear discussed on a LNTS episode, let me know over on Instagram.

Want more ‘Life’s Not That Serious’ (LNTS) episodes? There’s 3 more episodes explaining the whole backstory, flushing out the concept and giving some good ol’ self help HERE.

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?I get lots of positive feedback from my thrifting trips over on instagram stories. Since my thrift finds are a big hit I thought I’d thrift for you. You can shop my sustainable secondhand fashion over on my Depop shop, aptly named Live Planted. If you haven’t heard of Depop it’s an online thrifting app which I love for hard to find second hand pieces you can’t source in your own thrift shops. It is also great platform to sell items of clothing you no longer want. However, it is important to stress there are loads of great apps to sell clothes on.

?Don’t know how to thrift but want to get into it?Well, luckily for you, I wrote a guide on how to thrift like zero waste pro in this blog post.

?This article from the Huffington Post really inspired this episode. It’s a great reminder that we don’t owe anyone anything even if we’ve been raised to respond and react all the time as to not be ‘rude’.

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