Zero Waste Gift Wrapping Ideas: For Christmas, Birthdays, etc.

The holidays can be a really daunting time for anyone who is trying to live a more sustainable lifestyle. It seems as though once you are enlightened to the amount of waste that you can make in the world, the more you see it in your everyday life and realize how wasteful everything truly is.Continue reading “Zero Waste Gift Wrapping Ideas: For Christmas, Birthdays, etc.”

Eco-Friendly Cat Products: Toys, Litter, Treats, etc.!

Since we’ve already talked about eco-friendly dog products, I thought it was fair that we talked about cat products as well. As always, I cannot list all the products that these companies have, so be sure to click on the links and give their websites a browse in order to find the best products forContinue reading “Eco-Friendly Cat Products: Toys, Litter, Treats, etc.!”

Stop Waste Shaming: Zero Waste Rant

I didn’t even realize how much the problem of wast shaming truly bothered me until it happened to me. My roommate and I were sitting and eating food at the campus restaurant. Due to COVID-19, the food we order comes in paper boats and extra condiments are either in tiny plastic cups or in theContinue reading “Stop Waste Shaming: Zero Waste Rant”

Eco-Friendly Dog Products: Toys, Treats, etc.!

One of the categories in our lives that might seem hardest for us to find eco-friendly alternatives can be our pets, but it shouldn’t have to be that way. Below is a list of some eco-friendly dog supplies brands and products that you can get your furry friend. Together you and your pooch can makeContinue reading “Eco-Friendly Dog Products: Toys, Treats, etc.!”

Trying Love, Beauty, and Planet’s Shampoo Bar: Zero Waste Review

If you keep up with my posts on this blog, then you may be aware of my disdain for a certain company owned by one of the largest plastic waste contributors in the world. Love, Beauty, and Planet is a brand owned by Unilever, a company that owns close to 200 brands, most of whichContinue reading “Trying Love, Beauty, and Planet’s Shampoo Bar: Zero Waste Review”

You Don’t Have to Be Absolutely Perfect: Zero Waste Rant

This is a topic that has definitely come up more than once on my blog, but I thought that it was something that needed to have its own post for me to thoroughly rant about and explain in detail. As many of you know, my favorite quote when it comes to the zero waste movementContinue reading “You Don’t Have to Be Absolutely Perfect: Zero Waste Rant”

Closet and Secondhand Halloween Costume Ideas

If you’re looking to save some money and the planet this Halloween season, consider trying to create your Halloween costume out of things you already own and secondhand purchases. All it takes is a little research into what you want to dress up as for Halloween and a little creativity. I’m getting most of theseContinue reading “Closet and Secondhand Halloween Costume Ideas”

Sustainable Candy for Halloween

If there is one thing synonymous with Halloween, it is the candy. Almost 600 million pounds of candy is purchased each year for Halloween, which is an insane number when you think about it. So being a more ethical and sustainable minded consumer, I wondered if there were even any options for people like meContinue reading “Sustainable Candy for Halloween”

Colgate’s New Sustainable Mouthwash Swish – Zero Waste Review

Like I’ve said many times on this blog. My Instagram feed gives me a ton of ideas on what to do for new content, especially now that Instagram Reels has come of age and more people, especially in the zero waste community are using it. I love watching them and getting new ideas and newContinue reading “Colgate’s New Sustainable Mouthwash Swish – Zero Waste Review”

How to Have a More Sustainable Halloween

It’s no secret to any of us that when the holidays come to town, they leave enormous piles of waste in their midst. Halloween is a major contributor to this problem, with synthetic fabric costumes made to wear only one night, plastic decorations that are only trendy for one year, and all of those plasticContinue reading “How to Have a More Sustainable Halloween”