I’m going back to school this fall. To get my gears running, I’ve been diving myself into documentaries. As adults, when we are removed from the educational realm, it’s often really difficult to continually expand our knowledge. I’ve always loved documentaries. But with watching any documentaries, I always go in with the mentality of “take this with a grain of salt.” Any good documentary will have a clear stance or a message it is trying to promote. A good documentary won’t be wishy-washy on its point. But I think it is important to not view these documentaries as the only truth, but watch it from a learning standpoint. After watching, do some research of your own, and see if you can adapt any of the practices into your daily lives.
Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things (2016)
The True Cost (2015)
Global Waste: The Scandal of Food Waste (2011)
Food Choices (2016)
Fed Up (2014)
Mission Blue (2014)