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
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
The true cost of plastic is much more than we can imagine. Plastic has invaded our home, our lives, our land, and our ocean and all that dwell in it.
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 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