*As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.* 6. Choose bamboo for your next toothbrush purchase. One of the easiest swaps you can make as you transition into zero waste is switching to a bamboo toothbrush. Why? Because this requires absolutely no change to your daily routine, and it’s not necessarily going to costContinue reading “Zero Waste Tip #6: Bamboo Toothbrush”
*As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.* 5. Trade disposable diapers for cloth diapers. Somehow this often falls at the bottom (no pun intended) of people’s lists for how to transition to zero waste, and I admit, it took me a while to jump on board. I used disposable diapers with my firstContinue reading “Zero Waste Tip #5: Cloth Diapers”
Minimalism. The word often evokes strong emotions on both sides of the fence. Either you’re all in and can pack all your belongings into a tiny house, or you’re a Why-would-I-even-try-when-I-have-so-much-stuff kind of person. I’d love to offer a different approach. Now, I’m 100% for KonMari and the Minimalists. I’ve read and thoroughly enjoyed theirContinue reading “How to be a Minimalist Mom”
4. Use real towels instead of paper towels.
3. Stop buying coffee in the drive-thru.
2. Replace plastic straws with stainless steel straws.
1. Start grocery shopping with reusable bags.
Hello and welcome to my newest adventure, EcoFriendlyMomming.com! I’m a happily-married mom of 2 young boys, who fill my life with much joy and a fair amount of chaos.
One tiny green step at a time. That’s all it takes. The moment I typed “eco-friendly,” “zero waste,” “sustainable,” “minimalist,” or “green living” into my search bar and hit enter, an overwhelming barrage of data and opinions flooded my screen. Everything. Everything I needed to change. Everything I was doing wrong. All the products thatContinue reading “About the Blog”