Posts Tagged ‘zero waste’

7 Tips for Shopping in Bulk Buy Bins

Shopping in bulk buy bins can be a great way to both save money and reduce the amount of waste you create, but there are a few things to keep in mind to make the most of it. Today I wanted to share some of my top tips, and I’d love to hear your tips as well!


7 Items for a Towards Zero Waste Life

It may seem counterintuitive to be recommending items to help move towards zero waste living but it does make sense, I promise! Today I wanted to talk about the top 7 items I’ve added to my life over the last few years that have meant I now create less waste on a day-to-day basis. All of them are quite simple (and generally cheap) but having them in your home (and using them of course!) will make a big difference to the planet.


7 Uses for Egg Shells

Over the colder months my work-day breakfast has become pretty standard – 2 eggs on sourdough, with some spinach or, since they’ve been back in season, avocado. It’s simple, healthy, delicious and keeps me full until lunchtime (and I make sure to choose ethical eggs of course!). As a result I’ve found myself with lots of egg shells on hand, so today I wanted to share my top 7 uses for egg shells with you all, and I’d love to hear your tips as well!


The Problem With Takeaway Coffee Cups

Drinking coffee is most definitely one of my favourite daily activities and living in Melbourne means there is no shortage of excellent cafes to treat myself to a takeaway coffee from. Unfortunately if you’re not careful all this coffee drinking can result in some not so pleasant side-effects for the planet, so today I wanted to talk about the problem with takeaway coffee cups and what to use instead!


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