Month by Month New Year Resolutions It’s that time again- the time to reflect on the past year, to think about the future and come up with New Year resolutions. What are your goals? Who do you want to be? These are the questions we ask when coming up with New Year resolutions.
What is Creative Reuse Creative reuse, also known as upcycling, is the process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless, or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value. To reduce our waste, we need to find creative reuse solutions for every day problems. Repurposing solves so many problems.… Read More Creative Reuse Ideas for Everyday Packaging
Is Ditching Disposables Possible? In an era with so many sustainable options, ditching disposables is definitely possible. A few decades ago, the word disposable wasn’t even in our vocabulary. Our grandparents brought their lunches to school and work using cheesecloth or wax paper instead of plastic bags. Milk bottles were drained then collected to be… Read More Ditching Disposables With Stillwater’s Birth Connection
I had the opportunity to write a guest post for The Best of this Life. It’s a cute little blog that you should definitely check out, if you interested in gluten-free recipes, personal style, family life, women biz tips and making every day a celebration. I’ve added a small snippet from my article: Everyone knows… Read More Waste Not, Want Not: 5 Ways to Reduce Your Food Waste
The Importance of Reducing Waste: Precycling Lessons Over the past few years, I’ve learned important precycling lessons. I hope to pass these precycling lessons and share the information that I’ve learned. What is Precycling Precycling, also referred to as reducing waste, is the practice of reducing consumer waste. It is the premise of the zero… Read More The Story Behind the Products: Precycling Lessons
What is Precycling Precycling, also known as reducing, is the most important thing a person can do. Precycling, preventing recycling, is about reducing waste by avoiding items that will generate it, or selecting certain items that will generate less, or acquiring items that can be reused for something else.