Yard waste doesn’t need plastic bags. Here are some tips for reducing single-use plastic next time you clean up outdoors!
Shopping for produce plastic-free is one of the easiest changes you can make to reduce your waste! Here’s how we do it, and steps you can take to a life with less plastic.
In my quest to be plastic-free, the dairy dilemma looms. Find out how to make the most responsible, waste-free choices when it comes to dairy products.
During Month 3 of the #12challengePLASTIC, pay attention to the snacks you eat, and take easy steps to find ways to snack plastic free.
Homewood Life Magazine’s July/August issue shares my family’s journey away from plastic. I was so grateful to be able to spread awareness about the single-use plastic problem, and easy ways to reduce your plastic footprint one step at a time!
7 steps to make your school supply shopping a lot more plastic free! And that is quite a feat.
Get your whole house spick and span with 8 simple plastic-free ingredients!
Building small habits that have a big impact during month 2 of the #12challengePLASTIC, stepping away from disposable water bottles, beverage containers, straws and more.
Join me, your somewhat awkward, introverted guide, as we explore the ins and outs of plastic-free grocery shopping, proving that anyone can do it!
How baking bread helped a lazy cook and busy mom reduce waste and live plastic free. It’s all about the mindset and tools!
10 ways to curb our disposable drinking problem and reduce our waste.
The first month of the #12challengePLASTIC, stepping away from plastic bags one day at a time.
Putting pressure at the top, where the waste stream begins, by encouraging corporate change by our combined efforts and greater action.
How tiny things can become a big problem. Take a look at microplastics, microbeads, and microfibers, and what you can do to curb their flow.
Want to reduce your plastic footprint? Join us in the #12challengePLASTIC and break free from plastic one step at a time, one month at a time.
Four ladies get up close to trash at the recycling center, learning how to manage, reduce waste, properly recycle and understand the process and journey of our recyclable trash.
Breaking free from a plastic-filled make up bag and discovering new plastic-free products made with natural ingredients - better for you, better for the planet!
Washing up without plastic isn’t as hard as you think. From shampoo bars to plastic-free deodorant, you can look great, smell great while helping the planet.
Just because your curbside recycler won’t take it, doesn’t mean you can’t find a way! Here are some easy ways to recycle your plastic bags, foam trays, glass and more.
New Episode! Stephen interviews his wife Mary Liz about single use plastics and how we can make a huge difference one water bottle at a time.
What happens when a wife and mom of 3 decides to give up single use plastic? The first 40 days of the journey into plastic free living…