7 Steps to Ditch Plastic

7 Steps to Ditch Plastic

Americans throw out 32 million tons of plastic trash–trash that won’t ever biodegrade or disappear, but instead will turn into “microplastics” that cause a massive slew of environmental problems. These plastics contain dangerous toxins like phthalates that can negatively impact your health, and the planet's health too.
10 Tips to Buy in Bulk

10 Tips to Buy in Bulk

How to Buy in Bulk (and save money doing it!) Bulk shopping: it’s all about saving money and reducing plastic packaging. But, if it’s...

Zero Waste Wedding

Zero Waste Wedding

Did you know that the average wedding produces 400 pounds of garbage? For a day that’s supposed to be all about the love, that’s...

Product Breakdown: Plaine Products

Product Breakdown: Plaine Products

The plastic-free packaging revolution is here, and it’s starting with your bathroom. With just 4 simple steps, these vegan, cruelty free, and refillable products from Plaine Products will change the way you think, and feel, about your bathroom. Let’s break it down.
The Lifecycle of a Plastic Straw

The Lifecycle of a Plastic Straw

Believe it or not, every plastic straw that was ever created still exists in some form today, whether it be in a landfill or the ocean. Find out what happens after you toss your single-use straw, and what you can do to start reducing your own plastic pollution!
Zero Waste with Andrea Sanders

Zero Waste with Andrea Sanders

Over the month of March, we brought the world of zero waste to you–highlighting tips, tricks, and stories from inspirational zero wasters worldwide. From...

Zero Waste Travel

Zero Waste Travel

Any type of traveling can be stressful enough. Whether you’re just heading to work or flying across the country, there are a million things...

Reduce Your Food Waste

Reduce Your Food Waste

Did you know that food waste takes up more landfill space than any other single material? Food waste accounts for 21.6% of landfill space, in fact! Here are some tips and tricks for you to reduce food waste from the grocery store to the kitchen.
The Zero Waste Movement

The Zero Waste Movement

The concept of producing “zero waste” has received a lot of buzz in recent years. But what is it? Does it really mean producing zero trash? Is zero waste even possible? Living a zero waste lifestyle is a journey, and it probably won’t happen overnight (in fact, we can pretty much guarantee that). But lucky for you...