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Simple Zero Waste Cleaning Swaps

Did you know that enough plastic is thrown away each year to circle the Earth four times? A large portion of that plastic waste is household waste, including plastic bottles for cleaning products and supplies. Reduce your household waste by making your own products at home, or refilling and reusing your bottles over and over again!

3 Reasons to Ditch the Dryer Sheets
Dryer sheets are a single-use product. They are usually made from thin polyester that's covered in fabric softener and fragrance chemicals. And unfortunately, the wispy polyester is not recyclable. Most brands of dryer sheets are not biodegradable or compostable. And, they can contain harmful chemicals. Here's what to use instead!
5 Tips for an Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day

This Valentine's Day, let's show Mother Earth some love! The holiday can often come along with a lot of unnecessary plastic packaging, but we're here to show you how you can still celebrate the day of love in a sustainable way. Here are 5 tips for a more earth-loving V-day.


Zero Waste Swap of the Month: Reusable Bowl Covers & Wraps
When making the transition to a zero-waste lifestyle, an easy swap to make in your home is to replace plastic wrap and aluminum foil with reusable bowl covers and food wraps.
Zero Waste, One Step at a Time: An Alternative to Paper Towels

To avoid becoming overwhelmed by trying to switch your entire life to zero waste all at once, it's a good idea to make just one change at a time. Try incorporating one new zero waste habit for about a month at a time. This way, you can build new habits that last.

Easy Homemade All-Purpose Cleaning Solution

Did you know that you can make a safe, effective, and non-toxic all-purpose cleaner from just a few ingredients that you probably already have at home? You don't have to be a savvy DIY-er to make this happen, either! Here's a super simple recipe using essential oils.

Our Top 5 Zero Waste Products
We use these five products every single day! These are household essentials that are so simple and easy to use. Not only are they natural, good for you and for the planet, but they will significantly decrease the amount of single-use items you use in your daily life!