This Throwback Mobile Game is Inventive and Enthralling

I wasn’t playing videogames in the 80s (I wasn’t alive yet) but I know the forefathers of the RPGs I play now were text-based, choose-your-own-adventure type games. Strip down the visuals and fighting from modern games, and at their core, they’re storytelling devices. That’s why I loved playing Open Sorcery, a text-based RPG in which […]

“Made in the USA” Doesn’t Mean What It Should

I spent this week nose deep in frustrating research, documentaries, and emotional anecdotes. You know, fun. I’ve enrolled in a three week course administered by the University of Exeter and Fashion Revolution though Future Learn about the highly complex and often morally vacuous fashion supply chain. At the heart of the class is the question […]

The Essential Sustainable Fashion Guide — Part 3: A Story of Fabric

The clothing industry is bad for the planet and the people on it in its current iteration. In the first two installments of this series, I explore the supply chain of fast fashion and why we’re so drawn to it. The methods of harvesting fiber and processing it to create the final textiles that make […]

Make the Earth Great Again: 10 ways to Embrace Minimalism and Sustainability

*long exhale* OK, we all knew this was coming. In one of many misguided policies based on spurious logic and flawed ideology, the US pulled out of the Paris Climate Accord. While many countries like France, India, and China have announced they plan to uphold the agreement without the US, we are still responsible for […]