New incarnationPosted: July 28, 2012 Filed under: aging, caregiving, design, energy efficiency, gallery, quantified self (QS), sustainability, user research Leave a comment
I’m restarting this blog to broaden the idea of Everyday Sustainable from its original incarnation that focused on sustainability, energy efficiency and the environment.
I’m still passionate about living a life that’s sustainable environmentally, however, this concept pervades my interests more broadly. And I suppose I was aware of this with that first blog because I called it:
A place to share and explore the choices, questions, tools, and actions that I and others make as we navigate how to live “everyday sustainable.”
So indeed, the questions I ask now/again are:
- How do we live everyday in a way that is healthy not only for the environment, but also for us as individuals, in relationship, and in our communities?
- What tools and habits help us?
And I find myself filtering the everyday through this lens, as I explore broad interests in personal health, caregiving and aging, quantified self (QS), energy efficiency and sustainability, and delightful user experience and design.
I plan to share what I observe and pass along what I find are interesting, useful and fun ideas and examples of “everyday sustainable.”