In a word, stunning. We love it when already adorable celebs hit their stride in moment’s like Elizabeth Olsen is having right now.
Environmentalism is a cause close to this beauty’s heart and below she’s sharing a list of her top resources when it comes to all things green. Check out Olsen’s list…
COMFORTABLE WITH UNCERTAINTY: There are many books of Pema Chodron’s I read and reread but Comfortable with Uncertainty was my first and has been the most influential. Rooted in Buddhist philosophy, her chapters are short and advise us how to be a more present, kind, open, and loving person to ourself and everyone around us.
NUMI TEAS: Numi Teas are delicious, sustainable, organic, and fair trade teas that are directly sourced from farms and gardens all over the world. On each of their tea boxes, you can learn where your tea leaves are sourced from. Their Toasted Rice green tea is one of my all time favorite teas.
VEGAN KALE CAESAR SALAD: The Vegan Kale Caesar Salad from Glow Bio – nutritionist Kimberly Snyder’s health store in LA. All the food, drinks and tonics are delicious.
GREEN JUICE: Pressed Juicery’s Greens 3 is always in my fridge for extra greens and a hydrating juice.
KIEHL’S CREAMY EYE TREATMENT WITH AVOCADO: Keihl’s Creamy Eye Treatment has been my favorite product since I was 16 years old. I begin and end my day with it.
CLEMENTINE FLORAL WORKS: My favorite flower shop in Los Angeles. They have rare and seasonal flowers and make the most beautiful foraged-looking arrangements.
SPROUT HOME: My favorite flower shop in Brooklyn. They also carry the most unique flowers and make the most beautiful arrangements, and they sell handmade vases and potted plants for your home as well.
RISING LOTUS YOGA: I’ve been going to this yoga studio in Sherman Oaks since high school. It’s the best, most balanced boutique yoga class in LA.
GO YOGA IN WILLIAMSBURG: My favorite class to take when I’m in New York. Some of the hardest classes I’ve ever taken with great music taught by funny and knowledgable teachers.
HOW TO SAVE WATER – THE CALIFORNIA WAY: A great article in the New York Times that teaches us tips on how to save water, which is especially important in California with the drought and new water cuts.
THE LATITUDE PROJECT: A non-profit charity my friends Jen and Alanna Tynan run. They work with impoverished communities in Latin America by providing the means for people to develop, build and maintain basic human necessities such as clean water systems and better educational facilities. Check out The Latitude Project to learn more.