I think a lot of people think that being green and practicing Feng Shui are two separate things; however, only by utilizing ancient energy principles can we be one with mama earth. In order for us to honor her natural rhythms we have to understand energy and get back to basics. Many of us have lost our connection to those natural rhythms of the planet. We no longer honor her seasons and ignore the cycles that ebb and flow with harvest. We once celebrated her with offerings, ceremonies and ritual and in the last 100 years that love affair has been completely lost. 

So what can Feng Shui do to save her? Well for one, we need to get back to basics. My book, Easy Everyday Habits to be More Eco-Friendly is about to come out in print, and it’s my love letter to educating you on easy ways to be green. And fyi – while you’re doing this you’re raising her Chi and lovin’ on her like the grand mama she is!

In this podcast I’ll share with you 7 easy tips that you can start implementing today. You’ll learn about B Corporations, sunscreens, and the reason I wrote the book, the conflict around Palm Oil and why everyone needs to stop buying it.


Easy Everyday Habits to be More Eco-Friendly (ebook link – print book coming soon.)

Amy Stark – rewrite the script

Feng Shui 101 for beginners

Linear vs circular products

  1. Sunscreen – bad = oxybenzone and octinoxate. Kabana Skin Care. Babo Botanicals.
  2. Eat sustainable meats
  3. Limit single use plastics
  4. Eat organically – Dry Farm Wines
  5. B Corp Brands
  6. Palm oil


7. What you can do today: Stop using palm oil, quit over consuming clothes and fast fashion, stop using plastic, repair your goods, turn off the water while you are brushing your teeth, turn down straws, make it a point to wash full loads both dishwasher and washing machine, use eco toilet paper, stop using paper products, reuse cooking water, reduce your water consumption – shower one minute less a day, collect rainwater.

Other names for palm oil: Palm Kernal Oil, Palmolein, Stearic Acid, Vegetable Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Sodium Lauryl, anything with the word “palm”. These are just a few. For a complete list check our book, Easy Everyday Habits to be More Eco-Friendly.

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