Less Waste Random Trinkets

It is easy to think about all the big picture items like water bottles and shopping bags but what about all those little items that we overlook everyday? Here is a list of items to consider when purchasing and others that you can find alternatives to trashing.

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Lessons Learned: Amazon Warehouse Conditions

Like most of you, I have been a big Amazon shopper. After seeing a recent episode of “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”, I was shocked at how warehouse workers have been treated and some of the challenges they face each day. Course this is just one opinion, so let’s dig in on this topic.

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What does Zero Waste mean to you?

Plastic Free July ends on Wednesday, will you be continuing on in your journey beyond July to reduce your use of single use plastic? Is the zero waste lifestyle for you? Read what my perspective is on zero waste and find out what it means to you.

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Less Waste Clothes Shopping

Kids will be headed back to school, are you looking to do some back to school clothing shopping? Good news, fashion doesn’t have to mean “new” and for those growing kids that constantly grow out of the clothes they do have buying new can be expensive. Trends come and go, but the clothes don’t. So you might consider looking at how you can shop used and possibly local.

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Eat Local: Boston Tea Party Cafe

You don’t have to techically be local to a place to eat local. For example, I recently took a trip to the United Kingdom. I was looking online for spots to grab food while in Bristol and came across Boston Tea Party.

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Less Waste DIY: Body & Face Scrub

Did you know that most scrubs have microplastics in them that when used are going down our drains? The beauty industry calls it “microbeads”. Why spend a fortunate on something you can easily make and doesn’t contain plastic? Usually it comes down to time, but I have two recipes for you that are easy and I know exactly what is is in each.

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