Their tagline is "See a problem, solve a problem."
I love that. I can identify with that. In a small, tiny, personal way. In my family, what started as a way to be able to clean my house without my kids breathing in toxic fumes has blossomed into a quest to live more by consuming less.
A recent study found that BPA levels rose in people after eating canned soup. Ok. How can we change that? We could (a) wait for companies to take BPA out of their soup cans or (b) stop buying canned soup. And to stop relying on canned soup, we either have to (a) not eat soup or (b) learn to make our own.
It's really not such a hard choice, once we realize that choice (b) is the one way to guarantee that we have control over what goes into our bodies. Problem solved.
But this is what it is all about! Any of us seeking simple, intentional, and natural living are solving a problem by making our own path.
And it doesn't have to look like this.
Any change - any change - that you make to better yourself and your future is a good change.
The question is, what will it be? A garden to grow your own food? A promise to break the cycle of consumerism? A switch to natural cleaners? A commitment to local, seasonal produce?
Because, no matter what your political, moral, religious, or financial leanings, the person who can best make change in your life is you.