A beginner’s journey into gardening
An echo of the past, victory gardens have sprung up all over to feed families and to serve as a fun pastime. But you don’t need to have a “green thumb” to get started. You just need to be open to trying.
June 10, 2021 | by Moji Igun
We all deserve healthy and affordable food
It wasn’t until I started growing some of my own food that I realized how many resources go into everything we eat. These shifts in perspective started me on the journey of connecting the dots between the choices I make surrounding my food and their greater impacts on the planet.
January 14, 2021 | by Moji Igun
A brief history of growing food while Black
The intergenerational wisdom shared in digital communities make it abundantly clear that Black people growing food is not some new trend. We’ve been out here all along.
November 12, 2020 | by Moji Igun
Resetting our habits for post-quarantine life
This upcoming transition period is a good time to resolve some of the chaos we’ve been experiencing while setting ourselves up for healthier habits post-quarantine.
July 12, 2020 | by Moji Igun
New year, new low impact intentions
We’re back with our quarterly series from Moji Igun of Blue Daisi Consulting. Moji is taking us through easy to navigate steps for maintaining low waste habits.
January 9, 2020 | by Moji Igun
Trash Talk – Forming low waste habits
Forming a new habit can be challenging. No matter what habit you are attempting to form, it will take consistent effort and willpower. Let’s talk systems.
October 11, 2019 | by Moji Igun