by Emily Gerde
Today I wanted to provide some tips for minimizing the consumption and clutter in your lives, especially for those with kids. I am pulling from my book, “Minimalist Living for a Maximum Life” where I provide even more resources and tools for simplifying your life. Continue reading
Reusable Utensils Schlepping reusable utensils around takes too much effort!! That is what lots of people say. Or if they don’t say it, at least they think it. I don’t even know how many straws,…
Matt Duncan is an educator and the author of the book called The Upcycled Toys Club. He and his business partner also started an online community by the same name.
Lindsey McCoy has a master’s degree in nonprofit management and spent the last 10 years working on environmental education in the Bahamas, islands full of single-use plastic
She and her sister, Allison Webster, co-founded a company, Plaine Products, that offers shampoo, conditioner and body wash in aluminum bottles that can be returned, refilled and reused.
Episode 62 – Carrying Food Sustainably
Sustainable options for carrying food are not easy to find.
Okay, if you just want to take a sandwich with you somewhere, you can wrap it in wax paper. But how practical is this?
And what if you are gluten-free and generally don’t eat sandwiches? Truly air-tight options that don’t leak when you carry them in your back pack are also not easy to find.
The life of a zero-waste minimalist seems completely out of reach for many of us.
Rama Nayeri was certainly not sure it could work for her. But a doctor’s diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes got her thinking that maybe a drastic lifestyle change was in order.