Zero Waste Blog
Food waste is a huge problem in the United states. 40% of all food in the United States goes to waste and a family of four throws away over $1800 in food every year. Here are 9 way that you can prevent food waste at home.
There are lots of cold medicines and remedies out there, often packaged in wasteful plastic packaging. But to me, the old fashioned ways of treating a cold have been the most effective. They also happen to be cheap and zero waste.
Making your own nut butter has never been so simple. Try my recipe for 1-ingredient walnut butter—super delicious and packaging free!
For many, 2019 could be the year you commit to going zero waste. What you may not realize, is that going zero waste can also help you spend less and be healthier. Here are 9 zero waste new year’s resolutions for a happier, healthier 2019.
This 3-ingredient zero waste baby wipe recipe is super simple and leaves my baby's bum cleansed and diaper-rash free.
I have a love/hate relationship when it comes to Halloween. I love the costumes, the festive treats, the campy decor. I hate the candy wrappers, disposable decor, and flimsy costumes. Here are three tips for reducing waste on Halloween.
Today, I want to share the areas of my life where I still use plastic to let you know that you’re not alone. Yes, I’d like to find better alternatives. But I’m ok with where I’m at and I strive to be a little better everyday. If I had a mantra for zero waste, it would be “Don’t let perfect be the enemy of good.”
Having kids, especially a newborn, can create a lot of extra waste. On today's post, I have compiled 7 reusable items (and tips) to help you drastically reduce waste with your little one.
When was the last time you got excited about toilet paper? I'm willing to guess that you've never been excited about tp, and you're not alone. Today, I discuss my experience using tp from Who Gives A Crap.
Going zero waste is not something that happens overnight. It comes gradually, with small everyday changes, and does not have to be expensive. There are many easy and free ways you can take steps towards a waste-free lifestyle today using supplies you already have around your home.