Interview with Lindsay Miles, author of The Less Waste No Fuss Kitchen

Interview with Lindsay Miles, author of The Less Waste No Fuss Kitchen

I’m delighted to be featuring Lindsay Miles of Treading My Own Path. You may know her from her blog or Instagram profile, or from her first book, Less Stuff: Simple zero-waste steps to a joyful and clutter-free life. Now Lindsay has a new book: The Less Waste No Fuss Kitchen, and I’m sure you’re going to love it as much as I did!

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Interview with Julia Watkins, author of Simply Living Well

Interview with Julia Watkins, author of Simply Living Well

I’m thrilled to share with you this interview with Julia Watkins, author of Simply Living Well. You may already know Julia from her dreamy Instagram profile, @Simply.Living.Well. If you didn’t know that she also has a book, I’d definitely recommend picking up a copy. I promise you’ll return to it over and and over again.

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Why low waste? Part 1: Nothing breaks down in landfills

Why low waste? Part 1: Nothing breaks down in landfills

I realize that I haven’t fully addressed the reasons why I’m making an effort to live with less waste. The reasons are always bouncing around in my head, so I thought it was time to write them down properly.  So here’s the first part of a three-part series about the big “why?” First, I’m writing about landfills.

Here’s the thing: Nothing breaks down in landfills.

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What are your clothes made from?

What are your clothes made from?

Are you polluting the ocean with plastic, just by washing your clothes?

It’s sad but true. Microplastic–tiny, microscopic pieces of plastic–is polluting our waterways, and one of the leading sources is our clothing. More than ever before, our clothing contains synthetic materials, and it’s easy to forget that synthetics are mostly just plastic.

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