This Zero Waste Life

Earth Month 2022: Invest in Our Planet

Posted by Jennifer Mooney on

Yes, making better lifestyle changes can be an investment. But think of it this way. You are investing in a small sustainable business, a maker, or an innovator.

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How a Small Personal Challenge Become a Global Plastic Free Movement

Posted by Jennifer Mooney on

“Trying to go plastic free in an intentional way for a month, for a week or even just a day- is a good way to help raise awareness and learn new habits.”

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(GUEST BLOG) Earth Day is Every Day – Make the Planet Your Priority

Posted by Laura Wittenzellner on

The Earth Day Movement is a fantastic online resource that supports organizations and individuals on their quest to becoming environmental stewards. We are encouraged to incorporate daily Simple Acts of Green that avoid waste, reduce our carbon footprints, and therefore help and protect our beautiful planet. 

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Top 11 Spring Clean Tips Using Common Household Ingredients

Posted by Jennifer Mooney on

To help inspire, and get the good energy flowing, we've compiled a couple economical and low waste Spring clean up ideas for around the home with some of our favourite natural, bulk, zero waste and refillable products that can be safely used for a multitude of tasks, with surprising efficacy and little extra effort or cost!

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(GUEST BLOG) Breaking up with Plastics -My Zero Waste Love Affair

Posted by Amy Fast on

Sometimes love happens fast and sometimes it takes time. What I’ve realized along my personal zero waste journey is that I fall into the second group. My experience is that, even though I’m already a recycler, composter, and re-user, it still bothers me to see the waste our two person household generates on a monthly basis.   A perfect zero waste life sounds daunting to me and so far from where I am now. Plus, doing things the way we’ve always done them is a lot easier. Old habits are hard to change and the convenience of single use items is...

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