Two passports and a bamboo toothbrush for zero waste travel

10 minimalist tricks for zero waste traveling

Whether you’re going to be flying soon or your planning a zero waste road trip, it’s a great idea to reduce your waste when you travel and shoot for zero waste travel instead. It takes some planning to do zero waste traveling, but it’s so…

Three glass mason jars with food from bulk shopping

Tips for zero waste shopping and bulk buying

If you want to have a zero waste home, learning how to buy in bulk and reduce waste while shopping is a must. Here are some tips on how to do zero waste shopping– what to bring, the benefits of bulk shopping, and other helpful…

alternative period products for a zero waste period- reusable cloth period pads and a menstrual cup

How I made my period zero waste (and painless!)

If you’re a woman and you bleed, congratulations! You drew the short stick! Honestly though, women already have plenty to deal with in life… We don’t need to add toxins, waste, and extra expenses on top of shark week. That’s why I decided to pursue…

Salt in a wooden spoon next to mason jars of salt for a zero waste lifestyle

The best zero waste products to start reducing your trash

It seems like going zero waste, along with zero waste products, have become kinda in vogue recently. It’s fashionable to be zero waste, so a lot of people are jumping on the bandwagon without really understanding the movement and what it’s all about. And sometimes,…

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How to use a menstrual cup to revolutionize your period

Have you heard of menstrual cups? They’re a fantastic invention that makes me very glad I live in this day and age. It revolutionized my period. What is a menstrual cup? A menstrual cup is a small silicone or rubber cup that replaces tampons. Instead…

menstrual cup with peony flower

Using a menstrual cup- FAQ and troubleshooting

Wondering how to use a menstrual cup? If you’re just starting out, make sure you’ve caught up on Part 1! That’s where I go over everything you need to know to get started- putting it in, washing your cup, and the (crazy awesome) benefits of…

Wood spoons, stainless steel straws and other items to help reduce your use of plastic

How to use less plastic- creative hacks you need to hear about!

Did you hear the news? Plastic sucks. Americans throw away 35 billion plastic water bottles yearly. 90 percent never get recycled. Flimsy plastic bags only take about a decade to be broken down, but most plastic takes 450-1,000 years to degrade. It’s not going anywhere…