This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure to learn more. It thrills me that the plastic free trend is circulating the web and filling people’s conscience more and more. There’s nary a day that I am reminded by a fellow blogger or environmentalist about the effects of our daily lifestyle decisions. It seems to … Continue reading Less Waste: Starbuck’s New Plastic Lid
This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure to learn more. Hi everyone! I wanted to reach out and invite people to join me for Plastic Free July. Plastic Free July is a movement created to challenge consumers to refuse plastic use in July and is meant to raise awareness of the problems with single-use disposable … Continue reading Less Waste: Join Me for Plastic Free July!
This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure to learn more. Hearing about the environmental impacts of our everyday lifestyle choices can be a bit overwhelming. The realization that 300 million tons of plastic is produced each year, and that half of that is meant to be single-use can be very depressing. One may want … Continue reading The Ever-Growing List of Things I Have Given Up in the Name of Creating Less Waste
This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure to learn more. I have not bought paper towels in over a year. Mostly as a direct result of my steely drive to avoid all things disposable, as best I could. Partly, to save the planet, partly to save money. Which is all fine and good, since … Continue reading Less Waste: Nix Paper Towels All Together
This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure to learn more. It undertook a lot of internal debating (a few months worth, actually!) before I had enough guts (read as wits?) to start writing this review about my beloved Lunette cup. The hesitation, off course, came from a silly, socially-instilled instinct to be wary of … Continue reading Less Waste: For All Menstruating Persons, with Lunette
Dining out is sparingly done in our household, for multiple reasons, but even more so, is thoroughly enjoyed. We treat dining out as a privilege, and not a day-to-day occurrence. This awareness makes us more appreciative whenever we step out to eat, not just of the service and of the food itself, but also of … Continue reading Less Waste: When Dining Out
Can any one else believe that Christmas is right around the corner, less than a week away? Despite all efforts to slow down this season, it still finds a way to sneak past us and onto the New Year. This weekend, it came time to (finally) wrap presents. With past posts claiming that I will … Continue reading Less Waste: The Art of Furoshiki Gift Wrapping
While it doesn’t come new to us that plastic pollution is becoming a more prevalent and pressing matter, it was new to me just how dire the situation actually was, until recently. We were on a fishing trip in Hawaii and I was sitting on a boat with my brother when it came up in … Continue reading Less Waste: Groceries Sans Plastic