It was only after experiencing the abundance of stuff in the United States that Simon Okelo learned to value life with less, the way he grew up.
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A Montana-based nonprofit is moving to preserve 3.5 million acres of the Great Plains.
I've respectfully informed my alma mater that, until it divests its holdings in the fossil fuel industry—coal, oil, tar sands, and fracked natural gas—I will not donate another cent.
From sharing to repairing, the inspiration you need to lighten your load.