Refusing rolled paper towels was one of the most difficult parts of my zero-waste transition. Now, I save money with one simple hack.
Think of how many pens, highlighters, plastic binders and folders, markers, etc. you’ve used in your lifetime. Where are they all at now? Plastic free writing utensils are a thing, y'all.
If you're an introvert like me and new to buying your foods package free, grocery shopping can seem intimidating. Let me walk through how to buy in bulk with no fear!
As I've mentioned previously, my zero-waste journey began when I was still dealing with acne as an adult and as a last resort, I starting making homemade skin products rather than using industrial products packaged in plastic and made with chemicals. This serum is one of them and I'm convinced it is liquid magic.
Having a plastic free phone case is possible and actually really great.
If you're a tea lover like me, you know tea can contain an insane amount of packaging. But as always, there's a way to consume without producing so much waste.
Bread is good and bread not packaged in plastic is even better.
Periods can be pretty terrible enough. The amount of waste produced from periods is even worse. Luckily, it doesn't have to be that way.
Avoiding those chemicals that come in a plastic tub never smelled so good.
The perfect shave for me is one that involves no waste and a high quality razor. Luckily, getting rid of body hair has never been easier and cheaper.
My zero waste journey began two years ago. I was still dealing with acne as a grown woman and couldn’t figure out why.