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Sarah Jane Morris Rolls Through Intuition In A Veggie Mobile

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At an EcoStiletto bash two weeks back, ABC’s Brothers and Sisters star Sarah Jane Morris stopped by in her bio-diesel Mercedes and with well-worn work shoes in hand to benefit the Dress for Success charity, a non-profit that provides career support to disadvantaged women through providing professional attire and job opportunities.

She impressed the ‘razz by talking in detail about how she can easily switch from stylishly rocking an eco-fashionable Leila Hafzi shirt and J Brand’s eco-denim at a fab party to grabbing grease from the back alleys of restaurants and composting in her own home. When I asked her about how she deals with the fruit flies, she shared: “Here’s a tip: I put my compost bin in the freezer until I’m ready to pull it out.” Sarah encouraged us to embrace the small habit changes necessary to be a better citizen of the planet, and recognized in her own habit-changing process, things were difficult in the beginning.

In talking about grocery shopping, Sarah explained that she leaves her re-usable bags by the door after she unloads them, in order to remember to take them to her car the next time she goes out. “After having had to walk back to the car a few times after forgetting to take them in [to the grocery store], I started remembering to always grab them before I go inside!” You can see Sarah Jane on Brothers and Sisters every Sunday at 10pm or watch free episodes online at ABC’s site here.

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