Posts tagged eco-friendly solutions
10 Ways to Welcome in the New Year Sustainably

Are you planning on having a New Year celebration? If so, this post is for you! I’m sharing ten easy ways that you can implement sustainability into your merrymaking whether it be a big gathering or small. Start the year with the right intentions by including one or more of these ideas into your planning.

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10 Eco-friendly Toothpaste Options for Canadians

Did you know that there are around 1 billion toothpaste tubes sent to landfills every year? Zero waste should make you smile… and not at the expense of wasteful tubes of toothpaste. There are a lot of different materials in toothpaste tubes, including plastic, aluminum, steel, nylon, and even copper. It's not possible to recycle toothpaste tubes unless they're processed separately which is a pretty complicated process.

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The Sustainable Guide for Back to School

WOW, the summer has flown by this year. I mean what year does it not. September is just around the corner which means only one thing for parents, back to school! For some parents it’s an exciting time, others not too much. There is a lot to consider when it comes to preparing for a new school year and routines can change year to year as kids start to get older. I believe there is a big misconception when it comes to yearly supply lists and back-to-school shopping. Let me share with you how, and where to find some great alternative products.

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Zero Waste and Eco Friendly Cleaning Solutions

Everyone has different needs and routines when it comes to cleaning. I try to keep on regular weekly maintenance, while I know people that will commit to one or two full days of deep cleaning a month. Whatever your routine may be, there is a lot of opportunity for waste with cleaning products these days. Keep reading to learn ways to improve your cleaning routines

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The Best Zero Waste Fabric: Linen

Are you considering investing in some linen pieces for your home? I understand it might not be the most affordable option, but the positives far outweigh the initial cost. I recommend keeping an eye on thrift stores for linen curtains and fabrics. I once found 6 sets of beautiful linen curtains at a thrift store. You can see those find in my home.

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Zero Waste Ideas for Dogs: Meet Rosco and Maya

When we decided to go low waste, naturally, our dogs became low waste too. There is nothing too fancy here, just some things I have figured out as time has gone on. Obviously, there are a bunch of things that we can not avoid, such as medication that ALWAYS comes in plastic or kibble, that I haven’t found it yet in a recycled bag.

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