My vision for “consumption of stuff” is that I believe people should focus more on quality over quantity. Specifically, I don't think we should be fueling fast fashion in regards to purchasing a large quantity of clothes from places such as Aritzia, Zara, ect. Instead we should be focusing on the fine details of these consumption processes in regards to fueling more sustainable brands that leave less of a footprint. In turn this could be a more expensive way of living but I think we have to outweigh the positives from the negatives and ultimately make a sacrifice for the better of not just ourselves but future generations to come. Something we can all take note of in regards to plans for change is to try and spread the word through our social media platforms (in which we are practically just using to post superficial pictures and comments about ourselves to hundreds or thousands of people) that spending more on quality sustainable products that are made for a good cause shouldn’t be negatively viewed and stereotyped. Just to stress, even though it might seem more expensive it really isn’t if it's going to last you a lifetime in comparison to four shitty H&M t-shirts that will fade and deteriorate within a month's time.