Easter isn’t an event that we particularly celebrate, however, I do still like to get the kiddies some treats as all of their friends get them.
This year I wanted to see if we could have a zero waste and plastic free Easter. Continue reading “Zero Waste Easter – Plastic Free Living”
The time has come, it’s the end of disposable menstrual products, Ruby, the founder of WUKA Period Underwear is here to guide you through to a greener, healthier and happier period.
Continue reading “Everyone is Ditching their Disposables, We Share 6 Reasons Why”
It’s nearly that time of year again when we express our undying love for each other. The most common way we do this is by giving gifts and cards. In 2017 UK consumers were set to spend nearly £1 billion on Valentine’s time day gifts. That’s a lot of money! Continue reading “Top 10 Must-Have Zero Waste Valentines Gifts”
There is no question that the festive period generates a lot of waste. Over the years I have watched how much waste we produce as a family over Christmas and felt completely overwhelmed by the whole thing. Continue reading “10 Tips for a Zero Waste Christmas”
In my quest to reduce the amount of waste we produce this Christmas I have come across several zero waste alternatives that I’d like to try out. One of those alternatives is to use reusable Christmas crackers. Continue reading “Reusable Christmas Crackers – Zero Waste Lifestyle”
In preparation for Christmas, I have been researching ways that we can reduce the amount of waste we produce. I have a whole list of things I’d like to try, one of the things on that list is sending Christmas eCards instead of traditional cardboard cards. Continue reading “How To Create your Own Christmas eCards – Zero Waste Lifestyle”
Autumn is always the start of a busy time for us. All of our birthdays and Christmas happen over the course of the next 4 months. After spending months clearing, minimalising and sorting our home the thought of more stuff coming in is freaking me out. Continue reading “Zero Waste Gift Guide”
This week I did my first ever completely zero waste food shop. There is a new store that has opened in a nearby town called Totnes. I’ve been meaning to go over there for a while now as I was curious how it all works.
So I dragged my friend and fellow blogger Lynsey from Optimum Frugal, along to check it out. Continue reading “My First Zero Waste Shopping Experience”
It is no secret that we live in a ‘throw away’ culture, why repair when you can simply buy new? The problem with this mindset is that we are starting to drown in our waste! Rather than accept this new way of living there are a group of people out there that are trying to tackle the problem head on. Continue reading “15 of the Best Blogs to Follow About Zero Waste”
Zero waste is a concept that I have become increasingly interested in. After studying environmental and energy studies at university it became very clear that recycling is not the answer! The answer is to create less waste in the first place. If we have less waste to start with there is less waste to have to deal with. It’s quite simple when you stop to think about it. Continue reading “Zero Waste Home: The Ultimate Guide to Simplifying Your Life – Book Review”