Zero Waste Wish List

In absolutely no way do you need to buy things to reduce waste. Nor do I recommend buying things until you truly need to. HOWEVER — if you are in the market for something that could replace a more single use or non-recyclable/compostable item AND you don’t have an adequate …

Link Round Up #2

Favorites from the week: Reasons you shouldn’t recycle. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is still growing. How to cut down on junk mail. The Instagram illusion (on faking perfection). The joy of completing tiny projects.

Zero Waste Dallas-Area Resources

I will keep this list updated as I explore and learn more. Please let me know if you’ve found any other places that aid in a zero waste lifestyle! Last updated: January 2020 Bulk Buying Central Market: Buy fruits, veggies, mushrooms, (sometimes salad greens depending on the location), bulk flour, …

Our “Luxury Item” List

Nope — I don’t mean La Mer cream or gold toilets. Our “luxury items” are those items that are housed in plastic (particularly #7, which our city takes but doesn’t really have a market to sell those plastics to) or end up in the landfill. But for now — these …

Link Round Up #1

Favorites from the week: On the value of fasting and not just from food). Marie Kondo on getting shit done. On keeping your home clean. Easy sustainable switches to make. On minimalism vs. zero waste. For fun, I, Tonya triple axel scene breakdown.

Q1 Thrift Finds

I don’t think zero waste/minimalism and loving fashion and beautiful homes have to be mutually exclusive. I think it just means being mindful of purchases. With that in mind… I only recently got into the whole thrifting thing. I know, I know. What was I doing? But I made a …