Posts tagged zero waste life
Everything You Need to Know about Toothpaste Tablets  

From zero waste deodorant to reusable makeup remover pads, your medicine cabinet has hopefully seen a sustainable makeover recently. But what about that traditional plastic tube of toothpaste? It may be one of the last to arrive, but this essential hygiene product also has an eco-friendly swap that can be added to your product line-up.

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14 Vegan Friendly, Cruelty Free Makeup Brands in Canada

We are blessed here in Canada to have a growing number of clean beauty options that value our skin, animals, and the environment. In my opinion, that should be the bare minimum. I’ve put together this easy to follow list of 14 brands local to Canada with great ingredient lists, ethics, and colour payoff.

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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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Zero Waste and Sustainable Ideas for Retirement

In today's post, I am going to share my top ideas for living a zero-waste life in retirement. I hope it inspires you to take your future plans into consideration, as well as give you something to look forward to. If you are close to the end of your career days or are interested in learning about ways to carry out a more simple life, this post is for you too!

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5 Ways to Avoid Falling for Greenwashing

Have you ever made a purchase based solely on the appearance of the product? Are simple packaging or marketing words such as 'environmentally friendly' enough to make you choose one product over another? It is possible that you are falling prey to greenwashing. Everywhere and everywhere we go, this is an ever-present issue.

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What is Degrowth?

The world is drowning with stuff. Our houses are full of useless things, and we seem to have less and less space for everything we own. We buy clothes, tech, and other items that promise us a better life. Eventually, all those things are thrown away in landfills, generating billions of tons of carbon dioxide to spill into the atmosphere every year.

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