It’s been a hot minute since we talked about trash, y’all. I’ve already made a few blog posts about how you can generate less waste in the kitchen and in the bathroom, but there are plenty of other ways to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Today I want to share what I’ve learned about how wasteful the fashion industry is, as well as what you can do to reduce your “trash footprint” while shopping for clothes. When I was first exposed to the zero-waste lifestyle and started digging into sustainable living practices, clothing didn’t even cross my mind. It’s easy to understand why we need to reduce our waste production…
This post in the Trash Talk series is all about how you can reduce your waste when dealing with food, whether it's in the preparation and storage, when you're eating out with friends, or while buying food from the grocery store.
The first week of February is almost over and done with and you know what that means: it's time to start thinking about Valentine's Day. When done right Valentine's Day is all about sharing love with the people around you - both romantically and platonically - and taking the time to treat yourself right as well. Unfortunately for the planet, the rampant consumerism that is associate with Valentine's Day generates a lot of waste. So today I want to talk about how you can have a sustainable Valentine's Day; because after all, the Earth needs some loving too.
Its time to revive your bathroom routine with some simple and easy zero-waste swaps. Here are some of my favorite plastic-free picks for bathing, body, and beauty!
Today I'd like to talk about a subject that is near and dear to my heart: garbage. More specifically the amount of trash generated by individuals everyday and how we can reduce (if not completely eradicate) what I like to call our "trash footprint."