Digital Minimalism

When you stick a box in the corner of the room, full of stuff, eventually your brain will stop seeing it as clutter. It will fit into the normal structure of the room and unless you are looking for it, you pretty much won't see it. It isn't until you clean out the room, that... Continue Reading →

10 Tips for Zero Waste Absolute Beginners

So for a long time, I wasn't going to write this blog. There are so many Zero Waste/Low Impact starter lists out there on Youtube, in Blogs and generally on the internet. But something occurred to me when I was chatting with a friend the other day. The more Zero Waste beginner┬álists out there, the... Continue Reading →

5 reasons to have a to-do list

This month I have been focusing on organization. This includes checklists. Checklists can be a tool for more than just remembering what you have to do. Here are 10 reasons a to-do list works for me. It declutters my mind: Do you ever feel like there are so many things going on in your head... Continue Reading →

5 Things to swap out when baking

I am quite fond of baking, and although I am better at cooking (In truth, Mason is a better baker than me) I love getting in the kitchen and whipping up some cookies or some cupcakes. After going Zero Waste, I had to make some changes with the way I did things in the kitchen.... Continue Reading →

Last Minute Lunch

Ever find yourself without your bags, your Zero Waste containers, and your cutlery? Basically, you find yourself with nothing but your wallet and a hankering for lunch? Here are 3 options I've found to get around lunch on the go without waste. Dine in No, but really, its good to get out of the office... Continue Reading →

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