The idea of living zero-waste thought by many to be too difficult to achieve. If This is due to the lack of tools and products readily available. Luckily, some businesses want to change that.
Happy New Year everyone! It’s cliche to say that the year has flown by, but that’s because it’s true. So much has been accomplished within the last 12 months, especially in terms of vegan progress! Veganism has soared in popularity over the last year. If you haven’t gone vegan yet, you may be curious about trying Veganuary, and there are plenty of vegan cookbooks to help you enjoy the challenge.
I feel like this should have been the first in my Christmas series. I think I was too excited to share my tips for alternatives to traditional wrapping paper that I forgot to begin with an overview. This year, I am hoping for a zero-waste Christmas. I mean, I want a completely zero-waste life, but Christmas is always packed with waste. We buy wrapping paper, crackers, tinsel, and more. These are all things that will simply be thrown away and replaced the following year.
Wow, is it cold or what!? I’m not sure if you are aware, but my boyfriend and I are currently residing in an old, Victorian building that has been converted into flats. It’s freezing, but we’re trying to keep things as cheap as possible. Not to mention, we want to keep our carbon footprint to an absolute minimum where we can. This is why we manage to keep our heating on for no longer than an hour a day. How? We have our very own list of hacks to stay warm and save money on energy.