Zero Waste Blog
Of all the holidays, Halloween is my favorite. But, what's a zero waster/Halloween lover to do? It's hard to find plastic-free alternatives for trick-or-treaters. That's why I've put together this list of 5 zero waste goodies to pass out on Halloween.
They say that two moves is as good as a fire. While moving is inherently chaotic, but it does provide the opportunity to minimize your belongings and doesn't have to be wasteful process. Read my 5 tips for a zero waste move to help reduce waste and minimize your home in the process.
Many friends have told me that they would like to reduce their waste but don't know where to get started. Going zero waste can seem intimidating and/or confusing when you don't know where to begin. In this post, I provide 5 easy ways to get started with a zero waste lifestyle.
I need a really good makeup remover. One that is gentle, gets the job done and something I can mix up easily when I'm running low. After some experimenting, I finally have found a blend that is easy to make, non-greasy and gets all my raccoon eye makeup off after a long day.
One of our favorite things about the farmers' market is that it's so easy to shop plastic-free. Your food has traveled a shorter distance (local farm to stand) and you can easily use your cloth produce bags and glass jars and hand the plastic berry basket or rubber band back to the farmer to reuse.
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