Are you a menstrual cup skeptic? I certainly was–until I tried the Saalt cup. If you’ve been on the fence about swapping pads and tampons for a zero waste period routine, I hope my Saalt cup review can convince you to make the switch!
After a year of takeout containers and shrink-wrapped freezer meals, I’m on a mission to create a zero waste kitchen. Daunting? Yes. But surprisingly fun as well.
For a long time, I assumed that plastic free deodorant involved spritzing your underarms with a bit of lemon juice. As a stress sweater, I never thought I could give up my Dove stick in favor of all natural products. Thankfully, I was wrong!
Ah, laundry. It’s my least favorite chore, and one that leads to a lot of plastic waste. That is, unless you make the switch to zero waste laundry detergent!
At least 1.5 billion toothpaste tubes are discarded globally every year. That’s a lot of landfill space! Making the change from regular toothpaste to a zero waste toothpaste alternative is a great way to reduce both your carbon footprint and your global landfill contribution.
Since moving to the UK, I’ve developed quite the fondness for a good cup of tea. As a newcomer, I assumed that as long as the packaging was recyclable or biodegradable, every tea was zero waste tea. Boy, was I wrong!
If you think zero waste living is only for people who fit a year’s worth of trash in a mason jar, you’d be forgiven. The media loves to share these incredible feats of sustainability. But in reality, living zero waste is all about small changes that add up to a big impact.
As someone who travels frequently for work, I’m always looking for ways to offset my carbon footprint. And one of the most impactful changes I made to my packing routine was creating a zero waste travel kit.
When you picture a leisurely day at the beach, that vision probably includes a plastic bottle of sunblock. I know the concept of zero waste sunscreen never occurred to me until I learned more about sustainable travel. Luckily, the eco friendly sunblock trend is gaining steam. Aside from plastic pollution, most traditional sunscreens are packed …