Creating a more sustainable kitchen is not something that you can achieve overnight. It’s a process that takes time and patience. Even now after a few years of making switches we still don’t have what I would call a completely sustainable kitchen.Read More »7 Easy Swaps for a Sustainable Kitchen
Trying to live a zero waste lifestyle can be hard at times. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a world that helps or encourages us to lead this type of life. Zero waste is bad for business.Read More »9 of the Best Ted Talks on Zero Waste You Need To Watch Today!
Over the last 5 years, I have been working on reducing my bathroom waste. I’ve made several switches to help me achieve this including…Read More »Switching to a Water Flosser – Zero Waste Lifestyle
One of the easiest ways to living a zero waste lifestyle is to replace any disposable products you use with reusable ones. Obviously, this is not something that you can do all on one go but even if you make one switch a month, after a year you’ll be well on your way to zero waste.
If you are a regular here at Gypsy Soul then you may remember a while ago when I made my own reusable beeswax wraps with a friend. We wanted to reduce the amount of single-use plastic we were using in our kitchen. Read More »Reusable Food Wrap by BeeBee Wraps – Alternatives to Cling Film
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.Read More »Zero Waste Easter – Plastic Free Living
There are three reasons I have switched to homemade cleaning products in our home. The first is to reduce the number of chemicals we use in our home. The second is to reduce the amount of waste we produce and the third is to save money. Read More »2 Easy To Make All-Purpose Natural Zero Waste Cleaners