Focused living couldn’t be more difficult in such a cluttered world. In our current system, even the winners are losing. We have to stop, take a deep breath and focus on what’s most important. Living.
Too many times we get distracted in the clutter of life. The Ever Change Productions blog will give tips to save money, while also helping our planet and the people on it.
Sometimes it’s people and sometimes it’s things or activities, but we have to learn to let things go of what holds us back.
What is Ever Change Productions About?
Giving more than you take. We need to learn to produce, more than we consume and share what we have leftover. I’ll talk about this in three ways.
Focused living is a step to a simpler life. What started as a blog to talk about my passion for environmental issues and social change, has found new purpose in helping me live a simpler life. Ultimately, what changes the world is the idea that we need to live simply so others might simply live. The American Dream as it is, is killing the planet. It’s an endless cycle of consumerism and if we are going to sustain life on this planet, we need to learn to do more with less. It’s not about giving up everything, it’s simply about letting go of what holds us back.
So much of what stands in our way is debt. It’s difficult to live a simpler, less clutter life, when we have debt keeping us on the treadmill. This blog gives practical, money saving tips to help lessen our need of consumerism. Using what we already have is the best way to live a frugal, sustainable life. Upcycling holds a special place in my heart and is definitely a prominent theme in this blog. Finding purpose in what others see is worthless is a cornerstone in living a frugal, sustainable life.
I can’t live my passion for environmental issues alone and they are still a big part of why I blog and what I blog about. It’s all tied together with social change and living a better life. Upcycling of course fits in this category too. The world could be a much cleaner place, if we decided to use what we have, instead of buying new.
Who Am I?
My name is Kayla and after graduating from Oklahoma State University in 2014 with a bachelor’s in multimedia journalism, I officially moved to Stillwater and started working on my first documentary on to reduce, reuse and recycle in Stillwater. That unfortunately didn’t work out quite like I hoped, but it’s leading me on a journey of learning how to let go.
Although, this blog started as a way for me to showcase my videos, graphic design and other projects, it has evolved into so much more. I hope together to let go of what we don’t need and make the world a better place.
I always had a passion for environmental issues and positive social change initiatives, and my classwork helped me experiment with many types of mediums, such as graphic design, print, social media and of course, videos. All these were ways to show people what is happening to our world and also, how people are working together to fix those problems.
So that’s a bit about me. I can’t wait to join with you on this journey!