Start with these simple swaps for a less wasteful, plastic-free kitchen.
Satisfy their sophisticated palate with one of these earth and foodie-friendly gift ideas.
My friend Hannah is a coffee connoisseur, so I asked her to share why she went from chilling at coffee shops every day to making homemade coffee.
AKA, how to make your own super cool grown up lunch box.
When I first started living a Zero Waste lifestyle I had never really shopped at a farmers market before. It seemed intimidating, scary, and overwhelming. But a few simple shopping hacks made it a lot easier and made buying food go from a super wasteful, time consuming process, to one that is easy and totally waste free! Check out this…
Sometimes I run into situations where I wish I had just ONE MORE reusable bag. BUT ALL IS NOT LOST! Using a napkin that I always carry with me, in this video a will teach you how to take a regular ole’ napkin and turn it into an on the go reusable bag in a pinch!
Zero Waste food shopping is a weekly activity for me. I go to the farmers market for my produce and use reusable organic cotton bags for items like nuts but for wet items like honey, olive oil, flour, and spices, I opt for jars to keep things organized and make cleaning simple. Learn how I do it using five simple…
SINGLE USE PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES SUCKKKKKKKK. They are one of my least favorite things ever. In the US alone we use over 1,500 plastic water bottles per second….. Let’s move beyond them, shall we? Here is a Simple Swap solution to help reduce the unnecessary, overpriced, toxic water vessel demons from making their way into landfills, oceans, and beyond.