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Stephanie Seferian
The Sustainable Minimalists Podcast
Helping women create eco-friendly, minimalist homes (without the extra work).
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 607 ratings
Fan from the UK!
I look forward to every Tuesday to listen to Stephanie whilst I cook. Even I find my son listening along while I think he’s too engrossed on the games console! Stephanie has a style which keeps me listening every week, which I haven’t really felt with other long running podcasts. She’s very well...Read full review »
jennyb191 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/16/21
I am loving every single episode! Always learning something new.
AKGossen via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/16/21
I love Stephanie‘s focus of combining eco-friendly living and minimalism. Her simple steps leave you feeling ready to make change instead of feeling like you’re not doing enough. Such great advice on how to minimize our impact on the earth without feeling overwhelmed or discouraged. Thank you...Read full review »
MeganMikkelsen via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/10/21
Recent Episodes
Why is it that, in times of fear, society reverts back to relying on single-use disposables? COVID-19 will have lasting effects on the environmental movement. While some of such effects—like embracing forced slowness, for example—took cars off the road and reduced worldwide carbon emissions in...
Published 06/15/21
Palm oil: Ever hear of it? Imports of the stuff to the United States have risen a whopping 263% in the last 15 years and, these days, it’s in our toothpaste, our shampoo, our pet’s food, our makeup, and more. Palm oil is in nearly everything, and its cultivation has dire consequences for our...
Published 06/08/21
Sustainable toys provide countless benefits to both children and the planet yet, still, finding such toys can be difficult. What, exactly, makes a toy sustainable? Are wooden toys (ahem … Melissa & Doug) considered eco-friendly simply because they are made of wood? These days, most toys are...
Published 06/01/21
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