Have you seen those photos on social media of people holding all the packaging waste they’ve produced over the course of a year in a little Mason jar and wondered how on earth they managed to do that?
Going plasticfree or zero waste are amazing achievements. But for many of us, they can feel out of reach as we try to juggle family, work, studies, and life in general with wanting to live in a more sustainable way.
However, there are so many ways we can reduce our wasteline without adding more time to our normal routines or additional expenses to our budget. If you don’t know where to start and want to know what works—both in terms of specific products and building habits to help you keep—then you’ve come to the right place!
Take the first step to reducing your wasteline by clicking here … or explore specific areas to see where you can make a change. You’ll be surprised how quickly it all adds up!
Reducing your wasteline in the bathroom is a great way to not only look after the environment but also keep the bathroom tidy because there’s no plastic bottles multiplying around the edge of the bath or shower!
Much of the waste we bring into the house comes with our food, from plastic and unnecessary packaging to the very food itself that gets binned before we can use it. Reducing this waste may be easier than you think (and good for your waistline too!).
These are some of the easiest swaps to make and can save you the most money too! All it takes is a little bit of planning and you might be surprised how much you’re able to shrink your wasteline while on the go.
Giving is great: it feels good and it can make someone’s day. There are many ways to give gifts that don’t cost the earth, so whether you’re looking for ideas for birthdays, Christmas, or just because, head here for suggestions.
From laundry and cleaning supplies to your home office and garden, don’t overlook the other areas where you can have a positive environmental impact with some simple changes.
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