Wicked Ever After

40. Teaching Kids How to Adopt a Green Lifestyle With Kayla Powell

June 07, 2022 Season 1 Episode 40
Wicked Ever After
40. Teaching Kids How to Adopt a Green Lifestyle With Kayla Powell
Show Notes

When it comes to taking care of our planet, it’s no argument that what we teach future generations is massively important. 

When it comes to green living and sustainability, it can be a challenge to know how to teach our children how to care about the planet when they don’t understand significant world issues, politics or any reasons why we should care.  

So today, I am bringing on Kayla Powell to discuss how to guide your children to care about the planet, live sustainably and continue the important work of caring for our beautiful planet. 

If you’re a parent, you won’t want to miss this episode where we discuss, 

  • Behind the scenes of Little Plastic Footprint
  • How to teach your kids to live sustainably
  • Why ‘Green Perfection’ is not the goal of being sustainable
  • Simple everyday tips that help your child learn how to live green
  • Why it’s essential to allow our kids to have choice
  • Five easy swaps you can make today to be more green

You’ll discover that and so much more in this episode.

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Thanks for listening and being here.

Your green bestie,
xoxo Stephanie

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#2. 5 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Waste
#3. Stop Putting Your Food in the Trash
#18. The Importance of Connecting With Our Earth With Chelsea Hammond

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Music By: Liz Fohle

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