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The seasons change, the air turns crisp and it’s a great time to curl up with a steaming cup of plastic....wait, WHAT!? Tea Drinkers— ..read more
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I know I’m not alone when I share that one of the most challenging areas to go plastic-free is makeup.  Yes, we’ve all seen ..read more
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When I started going zero waste a few years ago, people would often warn me, “Just wait ‘til you have kids—good luck keeping ..read more
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This blog post was contributed by Kelly Brown—Health Coach, Founder of Real Food House and a mom of three who knows a thing or two ..read more
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If there’s one area of the zero waste lifestyle that I’ve struggled to embrace, it’s the DIY culture. Zero waste blogs and social ..read more
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Food waste is a huge problem in the United States. 40% of all food in America ends up in the trash, and a family of four throws away ..read more
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Cold season. You know it’s coming—you’ve washed your hands religiously, avoided close your sneezing co-worker like the plague and ..read more
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I eat an alarming amount of nut butter each week.  As a vegetarian who eats minimal dairy, nut butter is an essential source of protein ..read more
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Does anyone else feel like 2018 was a blur? I can hardly believe that in one year we finished our home renovation, moved in, HAD A BABY ..read more
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Before Grant was born, I knew I wanted to use cloth diapers. Not only would we be cutting down on waste, and saving money, but I felt it ..read more

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