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Zero Waste Christmas Decorations DYIs

In this article, I will give you some ideas about sustainable decorations because the planet does not need to be harmed for us to celebrate.

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The Ultimate Guide to Eco-Friendly Holiday Shopping

My intention is to share tips to help you be more eco-friendly with your decisions, but also more sustainable with your personal resources like time, money, and energy. I want to keep this simple and straightforward since the process can be stressful enough as is.

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Eco-friendly Gifts for Her [Holiday Edition]

Are you wondering what creative environmentally friendly gifts you can give to the women in your life this holiday season? Look no further than this list! I’m sharing 22 gift ideas for those into beauty, wellness, home, travel and fashion. Prioritizing quality and functionality over just more ‘stuff’.

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Eco-friendly Gifts for Him [Holiday Edition]

Not too sure what to get him this holiday season? No problem! This list has a whole bunch of creative eco-friendly gift ideas that will be a pleasant and practical surprise! This list covers something in every price range from $50 all the way up to $250 or more.

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Eco-friendly Gifts for the Kids [Holiday Edition]

Looking for unique eco-friendly gifts for kids this holiday season? This list has got you covered! I’m sharing great ideas for children of all ages. Whether they are your own, family or friends kids, gifting them plant friendly presents is a great way to start them off on the right path and recognize the importance of sustainable choices.

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35 Eco-Friendly Stocking Stuffers for the Holidays

In this gift list I will be sharing stocking stuffer sized gift ideas that are both practical and safe for the planet! I kept this list pretty general in terms of who the items are meant for, focusing on small items that can add value to the life of those you love.

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25 Zero Waste Gifts Under $25

Do you have someone in your life who is trying their best to minimize their waste production and be a better advocate for the future of our planet? Lucky you! Chances are they are a bit picky about the gifts they want to receive and a typical store bought gift won’t cut it. Today I’m using my experience as an avid zero-waster to provide you with 25 great zero waste gift ideas under $25. You are sure to find something that they love from this list!

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How to be Sustainable During the Winter Holidays

The holidays are the most magical (waste filled) time of the year! From plastic packaging, and unwanted gifts, to food waste and extra carbon emissions from travel, there are SO many opportunities to throw sustainable habits out the window for the sake of ‘good cheer’. I hope this post can encourage you to show as much kindness to the planet as you do those around you this holiday season!

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DIY Projects for Green Living That you Can Do at Home

With a little bit of imagination a little bit of time, an old t-shirt can become your new favorite towel, or makeup remover pad, or even a cool bag. I find DIY is a great way to get in touch with your creative side and try something new. A great way to get off the screen and spend some time alone or with someone you love.

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10 Affordable Zero Waste Products Under $10

There are not many zero waste or sustainable products under $10. After doing some research, here are the zero-waste products you can buy for under $10. All prices are in USD dollars.

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50+ Zero-Waste Gift Ideas for Men

If you have NO idea where to start, the list below might seem overwhelming. You might need to take a bit of time to do some sleuthing to find out where to start. Take note of what they are passionate about and what are their hobbies. Scroll through their Instagram or Twitter to check out who they are following and engaging with online. This will give you a good sense of what sort of gift category they fall into.

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6 Low to No Waste Gift Ideas for Mother's Day + Coupon Book Ideas from Moms for Moms

When it comes to gift-giving, I know many people can find it to be a stressful endeavor. Sometimes the way we want to express how we care can pose a financial burden or cause a bit of eco-anxiety. No one wants to feel like they aren’t giving enough and no environmentally conscious person wants to buy something just for it to end up in the trash.

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