Journey to Zero Waste Without Breaking the Bank // Update #4

Word of the month: Resourcefulness the ability to find quick and clever ways to overcome difficulties. Resourcefulness is a great skill to have, but it is particularly an important skill to have when switching to more of a zero-waste lifestyle. We live in a throwaway society, where just about anything can be thrown away for … Continue reading Journey to Zero Waste Without Breaking the Bank // Update #4

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3 Ways to Start Eating Eco-Friendly

Starting to eat eco-friendly doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive! Here are 5 ways to start eating eco-friendly without breaking the bank: 1.Swap your liquid dairy for plant-based milk like almond milk or soy milk Swapping liquid milk for plant-based milk is one of the easiest and cheapest ways I found to start making … Continue reading 3 Ways to Start Eating Eco-Friendly

EcoTools Eco-Friendly Makeup Shampoo: A Review

EcoTools Eco-Friendly Makeup Shampoo is an eco-friendly makeup brush cleaner and is moderately priced at $7.99 for 6 ounces on EcoTool’s website. This product is not tested on animals and vegan. The bottle is made of plastic, so it is not zero-waste friendly, but it can be recycled. The smell of the shampoo is unexpectedly … Continue reading EcoTools Eco-Friendly Makeup Shampoo: A Review

LUSH’s Solid Shampoo Bar Montalbano: A Review

Lush’s solid shampoo bars have gained in popularity across the United States and in the zero-waste community.  Lush now has 11 shampoo bars ranging in price from ~$11-$15, so not exactly an inexpensive piece of shampoo. I bought the Montalbano shampoo bar for $11 and it was pretty pricey in my opinion. The shampoo bar … Continue reading LUSH’s Solid Shampoo Bar Montalbano: A Review