Plastic-Free Living

Things to start instead of new diet this year

Things to start instead of new diet this year

As we welcome 2022, take a second gaze over your New Year’s Resolution and ask yourself, “Will I be doing this for a year? More than a year?” Make sustainable goals that will work for you and congratulate yourself on the small daily successes. 

Sustainably Wrap your Holiday Gifts

Sustainably Wrap your Holiday Gifts

4.6 billion pounds of wrapping paper are produced each year in the U.S. alone, and about HALF is thrown into landfills. What a nightmare for our planet year after year, but we can help with these low-waste holiday gift wrapping ideas...

3 Reasons to Shop Small this Holiday Season (and always!)

3 Reasons to Shop Small this Holiday Season (and always!)

With the holidays nearing and sustainable gifting an option, why not consider shopping small this season? Shopping small means supporting local businesses over corporations – that means investing in your community and making a positive, social (heck, maybe even environmental!) impact.

Composting 101

Composting 101

To compost or not compost? It’s not uncommon to question what can be placed back in the soil and where do you even begin?

Ways to Participate in No Straw November

Ways to Participate in No Straw November

The truth behind plastic and compostable straws, and ways to participate in No Straw November...

The Cotton Tote Dilemma

The Cotton Tote Dilemma

There has been a recent debate about cotton bags or totes being more harmful to the planet than plastic bags...what?! 

Plastic Free July- Where to Start?

Plastic Free July- Where to Start?

It's Plastic-Free July! Let's be real here...going 100% plastic free isn't possible in the current modern world we live in. But there are many MANY products you can avoid that are packaged in plastic and we use on a daily basis so why not start there?!

Spring Decluttering

Spring Decluttering

"Your average thrift store in the United States only sells about one-third of the stuff that ends up on its shelves...The rest of the stuff ends up somewhere else..." When decluttering, the important thing is that we try to own only what we need and want in our lives then let go of the items we don’t with as little damage to our Mother Earth as possible.

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