I mentioned, a few months ago, three apps that I liked related to living a sustainable lifestyle. Good On You is the perfect solution to finding ethical clothing brands that you might not have heard of before. So when they sent a recently newsletter advertising brand Little Green Radicals, I jumped at the chance to buy some clothes for my baby niece for her upcoming birthday.
One of the most important keys to living zero waste is being prepared. If you always have a container or non-disposable bag, you’ll be equipped for most situations that might otherwise force you to make a difficult decisions. I try to spend a little time each night or before each outing thinking about what we might need and tossing it in my bag or backpack. But, there are some staples that are always with me no matter where I go.
When you’re taking action to reduce your waste and consumption, it’s not only about trying to eliminate the amount of trash you use. It’s also important to think about our consumption of water. That’s why I want to talk to you today about showering.
I love the summer time because I can take a cold shower to cool down from the intense summer heat. But it’s not always to easy throughout the year. Waiting for the water to warm-up during the winter can waste liters. So what can you do to be more conservative?
There’s no denying the Amazon has probably everything you could ever want, even for a zero waste lifestyle. All those hard to find plastic free products at the click of a mouse. If you live in a smaller city it can be the ideal tool to acquire everything you need to reduce your waste and find the best reusable products.
So for this Amazon Prime Day I wanted to give you a few suggestions for some great zero waste swaps that you might want to pick-up from Amazon today. And if you’re thinking of placing an order, do you part to reduce the packaging used by waiting to let your products come in one shipment, instead of as fast as they can, and reading reviews to find out how your product will arrive.
Being eco-conscious shouldn’t stop when we leave our own homes. Even when we are working out we should take into consideration how we can live more sustainably. Here are a few tips to keep to waste less while still enjoying a great workout.
This weekend I took a trip to one of my favorite places and one of the most stressful places on the plant, Ikea! I was looking for some items for organization in our kitchen and to amplify our collection of glass food storage containers. But of course every trip to Ikea come with new ideas for improvement in the apartment.
My absolute favorite place to climb in Spain has to be Albarracin. It’s a 5 hour drive from Barcelona and well worth every kilometer traveled. Albarracin in the mecca of bouldering. With areas with boulders for every level of expertise you’re sure to be in climber heaven when you arrive.
The holiday’s are a great time to take on the personal challenge of discovering new ways to live waste free, despite any circumstance that might arise. A perfect time to perfect your entertaining techniques as we celebrate Independence Day in the US. Here are a few ideas to keep your holidays zero waste!
As we move into Plastic Free July, it’s the perfect time to share some swaps to help have an eco-friendly summer with all the BBQs and parties you’re sure to have. Gatherings are the perfect opportunity to challenge yourself to cut down on waste and show others that it is possible to maintain this lifestyle.
I’ve never been a person who can follow a gym routine. I personally love rock climbing or getting fresh air and going for a run or hike. But I also like to compliment my training with simple easy things that I can do at home to build strength and flexibility. So I have a small arsenal of workout tools that have been with me for a long time.