A More Sustainable Home

We are not perfect environmentalists, nor are we trying to be. We are just a regular family trying to do a little better all the time. We eat meat, use zip-loc bags, and drive...a lot. David, my husband, joins me today as we discuss moving toward a more sustainable home. In order to be more sustainable at home, change has to be...well sustainable. The changes we make need to be sustainable from a financial perspective but also an effort-perspective. We want to be able to make lasting, lifestyle changes and to do that we take baby steps.

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Denaye Barahona

Dr. Denaye Barahona is a loving wife and mama of two. She partners with families to tackle the challenges of raising children. Denaye is a minimalist who claims to be a decluttering expert (don't let her near your closet). She loves to travel, talk health-and-wellness, and give unsolicited advice. She has been featured on the likes of The Today Show, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, The Minimalists, Motherly, Becoming Minimalist, and numerous other media outlets. Denaye holds a Ph.D. in Child Development and is a Clinical Social Worker with a specialty in child and family practice.