Plastic-Free Living

Eco-Friendly Disposal: A Guide to Responsibly Getting Rid of Little Things

Eco-Friendly Disposal: A Guide to Responsibly Getting Rid of Little Things

How many folks do you imagine opened a carton of milk and tossed that little sealing tab in the trash? There's a pretty good chance that'll end up in the ocean...

Soap 101 Part Two: Castile Soap

Soap 101 Part Two: Castile Soap

What if I told you soap is just soap and you can use soap to clean anything? That all these separate cleaning products can be replaced with one all natural, sustainable, vegan alternative? Let me reintroduce you to Castile soap.....

Zero Waste Car Kit

Zero Waste Car Kit

My car is still a major part of my life so I do my best to keep it clean and organized. That means making it part of my plastic free life as well....

10 Carry-On Items for Plastic Free Travel

10 Carry-On Items for Plastic Free Travel

Always pack light with these 10 Plastic-Free Carry-On Items that make packing and traveling easier and kinder to our Mother Earth...

Say No to Plastic Wrap

Say No to Plastic Wrap

Over nine million tons of the stuff was manufactured in 2019. But the worst part - it’s all single use...

Bazillions o’ Bottle Caps Littering our Oceans

Bazillions o’ Bottle Caps Littering our Oceans

Bottle caps are consistently listed in the top five types of plastic litter on beaches and are also in the top five items considered harmful to marine life....

Why you should quit using paper towels...

Why you should quit using paper towels...

According to a report in 2017 the world spent about 12 billion USD on paper towels and the United States accounted for 5.7 of those billions. That’s like half. Now we did come up with the concept back in 1907, but half? That’s a huge amount of money and waste. It’s become...

Old Dirty plastic sponge

Spongebad Plasticpants- Why sponges are dirty

So the sponge in your kitchen today is made from fossil fuel based plastic. Swell! Likely with plastic packaging and toxic chemicals to reduce its appeal to germs. Oh, and you should replace that disgusting mess every month or so and send it to a landfill where it will live … forever. yay…

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