Two foods I absolutely love are granola and popcorn. The good news is that they can easily be made in a low-waste way at home. Woohoo!
Is it possible to go Zero Waste with kids? Certainly! It’s important to define “Zero Waste” the right way, though, because I’d argue that no one on this planet is truly Zero Waste. Rather, I see Zero Waste as a movement and a lifestyle, and one that can absolutely be adopted by families and kids.
I’m excited about this post, and I hope you like it! I’ve compiled 20 ways to take your environmentally friendly lifestyle to the next level. So, if you’ve been making Zero Waste swaps and want to do a bit more, this post is for you!Continue reading “20 ways to take the next step”
A question I get asked aaaallllll the time: “what do I do with old cosmetics and skincare?” It’s a tricky one because many people have a lot of old products hanging around, and in their quests to choose better products, they’re often left wondering what to do with it all.
The first “R” is “refuse” but many people—myself included!—often find it challenging to say no. If you’re new to the idea of Zero Waste and struggle with the thought of declining single-use plastic, free promotional items, or other unwanted items, you may find these tips helpful.