60 Easy Ways to Go Plastic-Free in July

*As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.* *Before you read this full list, this is your moment to remind yourself that one tiny little Eco Friendly step at a time is what gets us to the finish line. Going completely plastic-free may be a long term goal, but that’s not where most ofContinue reading “60 Easy Ways to Go Plastic-Free in July”

Zero Waste Tip #15: Reducing Coffee Waste at Home

*As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.* Trying to reduce waste but not quite ready to abandon your morning coffee routine? Here are some tips for lowering your coffee waste at home! ☕️ Buy coffee beans in bulk or in recyclable packaging to reduce packaging waste. ☕️ Opt for a manual coffee makerContinue reading “Zero Waste Tip #15: Reducing Coffee Waste at Home”

Tips for Including Kids In Your Eco Friendly Life

Imagine a world where Eco Friendly Living was normal because “that’s what my mom always did.” That dream is why I write this blog. My hope for my two boys is that their journey towards an eco-friendly lifestyle will be a simple journey, because I do the hard work for them on the front end.Continue reading “Tips for Including Kids In Your Eco Friendly Life”

Eco Friendly Minimalist: Bathroom Edition

Minimalism is often described as the answer to jam-packed closets, the overflowing junk drawer, or the hectic pile of boxes in the garage. But if you really want to evaluate whether or not you’re a true minimalist, head over to your bathroom. If your heart is really in it, your bathroom will easily follow suite,Continue reading “Eco Friendly Minimalist: Bathroom Edition”

Zero Waste Tip #13: Shampoo and Conditioner Bars

*As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.* 13. Exchange plastic bottles of shampoo and conditioner for the bar version of the same! Want to hear my #1 tip for switching over to bars of shampoo and conditioner? When at first you don’t succeed, try, try again! 🙂 Think about all the brands ofContinue reading “Zero Waste Tip #13: Shampoo and Conditioner Bars”

Eco Friendly Holiday: Easter

*As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.* Chocolate Bunnies… Plastic Eggs… Pastel-Colored Baskets… Stuffed Animals… Sales for these items will sky-rocket over the next couple of weeks, but here’s the million dollar question: what happens to them after Easter weekend? I think you already know the answer! (Hint: How many kids do youContinue reading “Eco Friendly Holiday: Easter”

Zero Waste Tip #12: Eye Makeup Remover

*As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.* 12. Stop buying eye makeup removers in plastic bottles or disposable wipes wrapped in plastic; instead, use coconut oil and reusable cotton rounds! Sometimes the zero waste swaps that you’re most hesitant to make end up being the ones you love the most! This was theContinue reading “Zero Waste Tip #12: Eye Makeup Remover”

How to Stay Zero Waste When You’re Sick (or Living through a Pandemic)

Whether you’re quarantined at home with a virus or the flu, or you’ve just hunkered down in order to avoid all the community sick germs, how do you stay entertained and take care of your body without contributing to an overflowing trash bin? Here are a few ideas! *As an Amazon Associate I earn fromContinue reading “How to Stay Zero Waste When You’re Sick (or Living through a Pandemic)”

Zero Waste Tip #11: Wool Dryer Balls

*As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.* 11. Swap out your dryer sheets for wool dryer balls. Have you ever stopped to think about what ingredients are in those dryer sheets that you throw into every load of laundry? How about what happens to them once you’ve tossed them in the trash? Let’sContinue reading “Zero Waste Tip #11: Wool Dryer Balls”

Zero Waste Tip #10: Mindfulness of Food Packaging

*As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.* 10. Begin to notice packaging options and let that influence your purchases. Food is definitely the most challenging aspect of trying to go zero waste, at least for me. It seems that nearly everything comes wrapped in plastic these days, and there are just certain ingredientsContinue reading “Zero Waste Tip #10: Mindfulness of Food Packaging”