Zero waste Pantry staples

I started my Zero waste journey a few years back now and while my habits are far from perfect, I have made several positive changes to my daily habits which has a low impact on the environment (inside and outside myhome) and is overall better for my health. One of the biggest changes I made…

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Add this to the list of things you cannot buy…

I’ve literally just heard the news that we are now facing a shortage of Paper Towels due to the pandemic. So you can add that to the growing list of things you never expected to not have access to. It’s right up there with Toilet paper, yeast, fitness equipment, soap, spaghetti sauce and more. Crazy…

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How the COVID-19 pandemic made me turn green

No worries, I don’t mean I literally turned green as in Kermit, but it made me consider further changes in how I use, clean and make better decisions regarding Zero waste product options. If you are new here, I have been writing and sharing my Slow living and Zero waste journey for a bit now…

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I did the research for you!

The internet is a wealth of resources but it can be overwhelming if you don’t have the time or know exactly where to look. There is also the matter of “greenwashing” to consider. I have been researching Zero Waste products for a few months now and came across a few places where you can start…

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What a waste!

It’s no secret that the Zero waste and Sustainable Living movement is starting to gain traction. There are countless articles and websites dedicated entirely to the subject. In a nutshell Zero waste is about producing less waste and using less harmful chemicals as ingredients which in turn not only cause damage to the environment but…

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It ain’t easy being GREEN 🌱

In a follow up to my earlier blog post about my word of the year “Intention” this post discusses one of those very Intentions- my effort to be (more) Green. Eco-friendly, Environmentally friendly, Organic, Sustainable, Earth friendly, Eco-conscious…there are certainly no shortage of “marketable” terms out there for it. There really is no avoiding the…

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