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Live Planted is a weekly Podcast about living a practical vegan lifestyle. Alyssa, the show's host, is a Midwestern girl who felt the need to create a space based on living a plant based life in the easiest way possible. The show goes into health, wellness, activism, environmentalism, cruelty free practices, sustainability, animal rights, and how to make it all work while living a 'regular' life. Live Planted aims to inspire and educate listeners by letting you in on a little secret: I don't ...
 
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We're having a BABY! A vegan baby that is and this pregnancy is the 'big project' I've been teasing. I'm beyond excited to share where I've been these past few weeks, how I faired the 1st trimester, our family's feelings about birthing and raising vegan babies, and so much more. Answering your questions about cloth diapering, vegan prenatals, and c…
 
Kitty Cotten is a vegan mama working to share her life and approach to simple living online. Kitty lives in a 'duel household', meaning she's vegan and her husband is not- something I get asked about frequently. Today we talk about where to start with minimalism and building a more sustainable wardrobe. Plus, positive birthing and minimalist parent…
 
The idea of being stretched too thin is oh so common in our current society. Often in a non-traditional lifestyle such as veganism or zero waste we're piling more onto our plate, it takes more work and consciousness to live like this. It's almost a badge of honor to be busy, but how do we slow down, lighten our mental load? Today's episode shares 3…
 
There's a common misconception that both the zero waste and vegan lifestyles are expensive. Today I brought in Amber Allen of The Fairly Local Vegan as co-host to discuss unusual ways we are frugal while making less waste. Some of these things you may be familiar with and some you may be completely surprised by (hint: Amber doesn't use traditional …
 
Bulk bin shopping is practically the symbol for the zero waste world, right? Well today Megean Weldon, aka Zero Waste Nerd, and I are spilling some truth on the bins. We're talking about not having an easy go at cooking at home, and how to ease in, a minimalist perspective to zero waste, and DIYs as not a solution to making waste. Plus, bread maker…
 
As vegan options like Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods infiltrate more and more fast food restaurants all across the nation, questions about these burgers health or lack thereof, plague news reports, search engines, and vegans themselves. So what’s the deal? Are Beyond burgers actually a healthy option? ◍Support for today's episode comes from OSEA …
 
The current 'industry' of self love is starting to raise questions of, 'is self love narcissistic?' Today's guest Macy Eleni is a self love advocate spreading the message that you should be living life for you. From eating disorder recovery to unlearning everything she thought to be true, including a negative mindset, to become a beacon of positivi…
 
It turns out there's a lot of tips on how to start a zero waste lifestyle but what about staying zero waste? I'm sharing 5 easy ways to push past the basics of less waste so you can keep growing and making a difference in the plastic crisis. Of course, it will have a practical spin so you can work towards adopting new habits that add value to your …
 
After finding several tumors in her breast Kathryn Kellogg, of 'Going Zero Waste', took control of her health by avoiding endocrine disruptors. This included plastics, toxic cleaning supplies, and harmful beauty products. Hear Kathryn's story on how plastic disrupted her hormones and the common symptoms she had that you may want to look out for. Pl…
 
Dara Hayes, aka DJ Tigerlily, went from feeling unwell on a traditional diet to running marathons and touring the world, feeling amazing, after going vegan. Today we're talking about how Tigerlily went from being one of those 'but cheese' people to an animal and vegan advocate, the ocean's importance for earth's survival, and listening to our bodie…
 
We're doing a good old fashioned Q&A today getting into a classic 'what I eat in a day' right off the bat. Covering everything from how my husband and I met, zero waste cost savers, enneagram types, zero waste/vegan lifestyle goals for the future, bread making, embracing my curls, thrifting and more. I'm even sharing my unconventional how I went ve…
 
I've been waiting to talk about vegan & zero waste cats and pets until today's guest Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, someone who I looked to when going vegan 7 years ago, came on the podcast. Today's the day, we're talking cats, bees- plants pollinated by bees, animal insults (think 'you're a pig'), and being strategic in an imperfect world. Colleen, who…
 
Nearly 120 million people in 177 countries are participating in Plastic Free July, but what is it? Today we're diving into what you need to know about PFJ and why should you care about this internet challenge. I'll give you 3 different ways to participate and a big ol' note on medical waste I think everyone and their mother needs to hear. Plus, we'…
 
We've all heard it before, 'I can't change my diet because it's too expensive'. Today's guest, Toni Okamoto, has spent her career busting that common vegan myth with her blog, Plant-Based on a Budget. We're talking about saving both time and money in the kitchen with the 'top concerns'- cost, convenience, nutrition, and taste- in mind. Toni, a life…
 
So it turns out perspective rules our worlds. It determines how we interpret things, what attitude we have, and how we respond to the world around us. Our entire mental outlook is ruled by the perspective we have, not what's happening around us, whoa right? Today we're talking about 5 easy ways to change your perspective. Plus, we'll talk about fig…
 
Amanda of Mama Eats Plants is one of those people who it feels like you're really seeing her authentic self when you look at her social media. She's always experimenting in the kitchen and if you're a long time listener you know she's been on the pod twice before sharing her thoughtful insights. Today we're discussing how restrictive recipes can be…
 
Remember when people used to say, 'oh she's the type who recycles!', like it was the most crunchy granola thing. Now, recycling is mainstream but does it make a difference in the enormous amount of trash we create? Recently China banned importing foreign garbage and it's put a huge kink in global recycling. Today we'll talk about why recycling isn'…
 
Minimalism, zero waste, veganism, & parenting, what do all of these have in common? You've got to get your hands dirty and Amber Allen, aka The Fairly Local Vegan, is just the one to discuss living a nontraditional lifestyle. Amber shares how freeing herself from an abusive relationship lead to a complete life change, debunking the myth that zero w…
 
After sharing lots of cooking adventures over on Instagram stories recently (oat milk yogurt anyone?) I've gotten loads of questions about how to start a cooking at home habit. Cooking can help you control your waste, ingredients, and calories, AND it can save you boatloads of money. So YES, I'll share my tips for cooking at home more often, my top…
 
Brittney Kane founder of Foreverland Farm, an animal sanctuary in Ohio, and I bonded over our 30 something, childless role in society. A society where women, even in 2019, are valued for their reproductive role over everything else. In today's Mother's Day Special we're discussing the female animal body, it's valuable role in animal agriculture and…
 
We're officially 1 year into the life motto 'Life's Not That Serious', a motto about forgetting perfectionism, being present, and leaving behind those insecurities that aren't serving you. It's a great motto for anyone trying to live sustainably or any lifestyle that isn't 'standard'. I'll spill the raw and honest details on what's changed in the l…
 
Jenny Welbourn of Wear I Live is someone I've been wanting to share with the podcast for a while. She's carved out a unique little section of the internet for herself where she's able to show growth, challenges, and struggles in her life including mental health, veganism, and zero waste. In today's episode, we talk veganism in real life vs. veganis…
 
There's a weird thing happening on the internet, the word healthy has been redefined into something new, something almost unattainable, something #goals. Today I want to, in true Live Planted form, define healthy in practical, logical, terms and bring it back to reality. Especially as more popular vegans are quitting saying they don't 'feel healthy…
 
Andrea Sanders of Be Zero Waste Girl and I both hear the question, "What do I do with all my 'stuff' when I go zero waste?", today we'll answer that question and more. If you are both vegan and zero waste, or just trying to be more sustainable, you know that it can be hard to make a decision based on your multiple ethics. Questions like WEARING LEA…
 
There's been a rise of popular activists and YouTubers quitting veganism recently and I wanted to weigh in with a different opinion than you've heard before. Coming from a place of practicality and kindness we'll discuss what these YouTubers have in common and why these advocates who have proclaimed the benefits of being vegan can't continue. We'll…
 
Jenefer Palmer, the self proclaimed 'least likely person in the world to start a skincare company', is on the pod today talking about how she started OSEA Malibu simply because she couldn't find nontoxic skincare at the time. We'll talk about how and why this plant based, vegan, & low waste brand uses sustainably harvested seaweed as its staple ing…
 
The argument for green cleaning is not new, but today we're going to look at the common greenwashing and marketing tricks that go on to sabotage our well intentioned purchases. We'll talk about why cleaning with non-toxic, natural products are SO dang important as an act of environmentalism, self care, and preserving our home environment. Plus, wha…
 
You asked for more thrifting content so I'm delivering. Today I'll take you through my entire thrift routine from before the store inspiration all the way through sanitization. We'll talk budgeting and spending wisely to not accumulate clutter, what I avoid buying second hand, and how to find things that fit. Plus, answering a few of your secondhan…
 
It doesn't have to be only in January that you check up on yourself and your goals. Today Casey Hill, licensed mental health therapist, is back on the pod talking about goal fatigue, working towards happiness rather than a salary goal, and the very personal business of finding the right balance. Plus, Casey shares to evolutionary reason for negativ…
 
I'm so excited to bring you the most requested guest EVER, Stevie Van Horn, aka Stevieyaaaay, on the pod today! Stevie is a sustainability activist known for her vivacious energy towards living a zero waste lifestyle. Today we're talking everything from forest bathing, to self love as a means to change and trash pickups, this episode runs the gamut…
 
It's hard to slow down in a world where sayings like, 'money doesn't sleep,' 'hustle 24/7,' and 'sleep when I'm dead' are the norm. Today's 'Life's Not That Serious' episode focuses on fighting against the 'hustle everyday' society. We validate stress and call it working hard. But what's the toll of this 'hustle'? Life's not that serious that we ne…
 
We're all striving for something but in the internet world the struggle or reality can sometimes get lost. We've all heard the term 'Instagram vs. reality'. So today I thought Celia Ristow of Litterless was the perfect co-host for this episode exposing the reality of what we both still purchase as we work towards making less waste and living more s…
 
I didn't think composting warranted its own episode, but you guys proved me wrong, asking so many interesting and specific questions that this turned into a full 'Composting 101' episode. Today we're covering why as individuals, environmentalists, or people trying to make less waste we should even care where our scraps of rotting food go. Not sure …
 
Marie Kondo, the KonMari, Tidying Up, pop culture queen of decluttering is all about keeping things that spark joy. But where is all that decluttered stuff going? Today we're going to talk about the surge of donations thrift stores are reporting as a result of the Tidying Up craze and the aftermath of all that trash on our planet. I'm going to shar…
 
Today we're doing a little podcast switcharoo! I'm over on the Hippie Haven podcast and Callee, of Hippie Haven is here on Live Planted. We're covering everything from how we both choose podcasting as an avenue for activism to the confusing topic of palm oil- good, bad, sustainable? Plus, Callee shares how a swirling dump of plastic 3 times the siz…
 
Veganuary is here! 2019 is said to be the 'year of the vegan' so LP is dedicating a whole episode to answering what is Veganuary, why 30 day trials are successful, and how to take part in Veganuary. We're going to talk about the '3 pillars' of veganism- the earth, the animals, and health, the big 'P word' PROTEIN, and why we crave cheese. If you're…
 
During the holidays there is a lot of comparison and perfectionism, this episode will shine some light on how to stress less about it. We're also talking about a 3 word exercise as an alternative to New Year's resolutions. Rather than a traditional resolution, which sometimes sounds like 'be a new person entirely', the 3 word resolution will help i…
 
It may not always be glamorous but secondhand and thrift shopping is a wonderful option for creating less waste. Today I'm talking about the WHY and the HOW of thrift shopping. We'll talk about the marketing of buying (you're being marketed to whether you like it or not), why secondhand shopping is important for the waste stream, and I'll answer al…
 
It's a statement I've seen a lot over the years, 'it's hard'. It's even one I've said myself, but making a lifestyle change is a lot more than just a challenge, it can be such a joy. Today I brought in Celia Ristow of Litterless to talk about the joy she finds from being an environmentalist, zero waster, and community activist. Celia shares the fle…
 
After so much confusion and concern about the new climate change report, I decided to break it down in a digestible way on today's episode. Everything from what's actually happening, to what can we do about it, and how to deal with the hopelessness in the face of such dire current events. "Future impacts and risks from climate change are directly t…
 
"Wellness is working on the relationship between you and yourself." Today Remy Park of Veggiekins is on sharing her 'perfectly imperfect' journey of living, recovering from an eating disorder, working on her sobriety, and sharing mental health ups and downs. It's refreshing to see someone bust the myth of perfection on social media and at the same …
 
Amidst all the excitement for the holidays there's pressure, stress, and expectations that can be hard to manage. So this week I wanted to share how to make your zero waste, vegan, ethical (whatever you're going for) holidays a lot smoother. We're talking participating in gift giving in a socially conscious, budget friendly way, adjusting your expe…
 
It's finally here!! The sustainable period episode I've been wanting to share forever, found it's perfect guest in Polly of Green Indy Blog. As Polly puts it, conversations about menstruation are more than just talking product options, it's about awareness, education, and options. The more we discuss, the more we have language for what's happening,…
 
Struggling with time management, taking action, and procrastinating? Today I'm giving you a few strategies that have helped my procrastinating soul get sh*t done. We'll talk morning routines that make a difference and small changes that you can start now. Plus, a recap on catering a vegan weekend for non-vegans, multivitamins- are they necessary fo…
 
Hawnuh Lee and Maia Welbel of Closed-Loop Cooking are making food waste interesting. I wanted to bring them on because I think what they are doing, putting in the extra effort to reuse scraps, ferment, and spread the word in their community is downright inspiring. Today we're discussing bringing back 'old fashioned' techniques like fermenting and c…
 
Now that we're back from Italy, I wanted to share the experience of traveling around the 'land of meat and cheese' as a vegan. I'm sharing one thing that pleasantly surprised me from Italian culture, one thing that made me appreciate the American culture, and a few tips on how to navigate traveling as a vegan when you don't speak the language. Plus…
 
Converting to veganism, zero waste, or any other life change can be a big deal. Today I brought back licensed mental health therapist Casey Hill to talk about working through making big shifts in your life. We're sharing coping skills to make changes easier, why being realistic with yourself is so important, and the idea of 'holding space' as a way…
 
Have you heard about grass fed beef? There's an image of the idyllic cows roaming green grasses that comes to mind and the messaging behind grass fed meat is one of enviromental positivity, but is it true? Today environmental scientist and Harvard Farmed Animal Law & Policy Fellow, Matthew Hayek is on to talk about his new research into the sustain…
 
It turns out many people are confused about the connection between self-love and being selfish, so this week I'm discussing the distinction between the two with a 'Life's Not that Serious' spin. Plus composting in your apartment, is it possible? How to handle a situation where a friend is bragging about fast fashion, not being a perfect zero waster…
 
Sure, it's fun to imagine a fully sustainable wardrobe, but this week we're talking to someone who's actually been doing it for years. Ariana of Paris To Go is on the pod sharing her knowledge of sustainable fashion. What is it and why do we need to pay attention to shopping sustainability for clothing? We're talking about why a $10 tee doesn't act…
 
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