The past 3 months were the first time in over a year that reducing my waste felt really difficult. I moved house, I am entering the final few months of my PhD and life has generally been super busy. Because this blog is about the transition to a much reduced waste life I thought it was … Continue reading Zerowaste Progress : Personal Care
Surprisingly the organic farmers’ market has saved us money because I can buy a singular onion if I want to! You’ll be surprised how little needs to go into your basket for a full week’s meals. Continue reading Tiny fridges and Organic markets
This is a strategy that can be implemented to help numerous aspirations – diets, exercise plans, quitting smoking, zerowaste and other resolutions. I read about it first in a brilliant book I highly recommend called The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. When you are organized and well rested, transitioning to plastic-free or zerowaste is … Continue reading A Plan for failure – If. Then. Rather than.