Zero Waste Blog
When you love retro tile kitchens and bathrooms, it comes at a cost—keeping the nooks and crannies between your tiles clean. I thought surely no homemade, zero waste cleaner could give my grout the deep clean it desperately needed.
I've been on the hunt for a zero waste mascara that A) doesn't smear all over my face B) doesn't burn my eyes C) doesn't look like a pinterest fail. I've put two natural makeup companies to the test and found out what works and what doesn't.
Going zero waste is not only good for the environment, it's good for the soul. Transitioning to a zero waste kitchen can seem daunting, but it's all about simple switches that make life easier, not harder. Start with these 6 easy steps.
It can be hard to find healthy and sustainable food options when you're on-the-go, especially when you're traveling. Nothing is worst than being tired, dehydrated and hungry and being surrounded by junk food wrapped in plastic.
Winnipeg, a city located smack dab in the middle of Canada in the prairies, is known as much for its harsh winters as for its thriving music scene. Winnipeg is the largest city in Manitoba, with a small town feel, and has excellent options for maintaining a zero waste lifestyle.
Passover begins next Monday and Max and I will be traveling to Winnipeg to celebrate with his family. Before we go, I'd like to share one of my favorite dessert recipes for the holiday—chocolate drizzle coconut macaroons.
While I am by no means a clean freak, I look forward to the annual spring clean. I enjoy the process of reorganizing and getting rid of things—things that seem to multiply as the months go by. Here are 7 tips for creating a zero waste, minimal space that will bring joy and clarity to your environment.
For the past two weekends, Max and I have been learning about foraging in the Bay Area. It’s like this whole edible world has been revealed that was hiding under my nose. Now, I see food everywhere I walk—and there’s an abundance this spring.
A great way to reduce waste when you're grocery shopping is to buy in bulk using glass jars and containers. This how to guide shows you how to properly "tare" or weigh your containers before you fill them up and how to label them for an easy check out.