I went through all of my clothes and this is what I found….
Guess who fell behind on blogging and other things this season? I have come to accept that being a full time university student with a generally busy schedule (who also happens to be moving) takes my time and focus. Although I feel as if I have been playing catch-up, I know that the new year…
I am taking part in a thirty-day zero waste challenge for the month of October!
five months ago I purchased my first shampoo bar, here are my thoughts on the product and experience
For the month of April, Ten Tree will be planting a tree for every pledge made for their Pledge & Plant promotion. Each pledge option targets an object that are plastic and have been designed to be disposed of after a single-use. You can choose to pledge to one of their four options to reduce your…
buying new clothes is expensive and unnecessarily consumes resources. see the value in repairing your clothes.
one of my courses has me focusing on sustainability changes in my community, here are my thoughts on a zero waste pickering.
I tried – and almost did it.
According to Zero Waste Canada, household waste can increase by more than 25% during the holiday season. Rethinking the season of giving can help prevent and reduce the amount of trash produced through the holidays. I believe that being mindful and recognizing the waste we make can help us take steps to make less waste….