Was to be of service and take action
There are many ways to share your time, thoughts and energy to help others and the world we live in. Mindful action towards greener, more environmentally responsible future will create a better tomorrow.
Listed below are a few organizations and individuals who are making a difference in the world today. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of people or groups that are doing mindful work in your community, we would love to add them to the site.
Sabbath Manifesto - The Sabbath Manifesto is a creative project designed to slow down lives in an increasingly hectic world.
Becoming Mimimalist - Own less. Live more. In 2008, Joshua Becker founder ofBecoming Minimalist decided to live with fewer possesions. As a result, he and his family found a valuable new way to live life centered on their most important values. His blog is about his journey towards a rational approach to minimalism. It has inspired millions around the world.
Zero Waste Home - Bea Johnson, founder of Zero Waste home. has been living the Zero Waste lifestyle in 2008. Her bloghasinspired thousands of people throughout the world to live simply and take a stance against needless waste.
Mindful Schools - Mindful School uses a simple but powerful technique called mindfulness to teach children how to focus, manage their emotions, handle their stress, and resolve conflicts. All children can benefit from the vital skill of mindfulness, which helps them succeed at school and in life.
Wonderlust Festival - Wanderlust is a leader in the yoga and wellness space, and the festivals are all-out celebrations of mindful living. They bring together instructors, musicians, speakers and chefs for a four-day retreat in one of the world’s most awe-inspiring natural resorts. If you can’t make one of the Wanderlust locations this summer, you can check out Wanderlust Speakeasy online. The casual lecture series covers topics ranging from holistic health to progressive politics.
Wisdom 2.0 - Wisdom 2.0 addresses the great challenge of our age: to not only live connected to one another through technology, but to do so in ways that are beneficial to our own well-being, effective in our work, and useful to the world. Through our series of conferences, meet-ups, and workshops, Wisdom 2.0 strives to bring this conversation to the world in an accessible, innovative, and inclusive way.
Tiny Buddha - Tiny Buddha isa resource for peace and happiness. You’ll find posts about happiness, motivation, inspiration, love, relationships, meaning, possibilities, mindfulness, and letting go. Much of it has its roots in Buddhism, but this is not a site about religion. When you subscribe to Tiny Buddha, you will receive one email each weekday, each including two blog posts. Alternatively, you can choose to receive one weekly digest every Friday.
Mindful Mama - Mindful Momma is a source for green & healthy living: eco-friendly news and information, natural and organic products, healthy recipes, eco-crafts, DIY projects mindful products and other ways to live with less impact on the earth.
The Local Rose - The Local Rose celebrates a holistic, healthy, authentic life style without sacrificing taste and glamour. Distilling stylish, organic, eco- friendly tips on food, fashion, health, and home.
Proof Baking - Proof Baking is a social bakery, with a mission to use their bread baking to renew San Francisco in an effort to transform the lives of youth through job training programs.
Generate Kindness - The Generate Kindness Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation. The Foundations goal is to create reminders and opportunities for people to generate kindness. Check out their site and start to generate some kindness today!
Green Citizen - Green Citizen is a socially and environmentally responsible company. Their mission is to help consumers and businesses reduce their environmental footprint of their computer and electronics. Green Citizen does this by keeping electronics running efficiently through online and in-store repair services, along with environmentally responsible electronics recycling.
Slow Money - the Slow Money Alliance is bringing people together around a new conversation about money that is too fast, about finance that is disconnected from people and place, about how we can begin fixing our economy from the ground up... starting with food.