There are 8 zero waste essentials I’ve come to rely on day in and day out that I’d endorse. Spoiler: They are not products, just materials, that I recommend you prioritize when you are making purchasing decisions.
If you are looking for gifts contributing to greener living for your loved ones, this article is for you! We will focus on giving you ideas that are zero waste, sometimes DIY, and entirely plastic and toxic-free.
The days are getting shorter, the weather is cooling down (even if you’re living in sunny Los Angeles), and the holiday season is officially right around the corner.
Intentional purchase decisions, how to know if you should keep something or let it go, and some of my favorite handcrafted and secondhand finds from 2019.
Visit Whidbey Island for a long weekend or a day. Either way, you’ll feel you’ve got plenty of time to unwind. Read on for our latest travel guide.
It’s hard to imagine you need convincing to join in one of America’s favorite autumnal pastimes, but here are 5 tasty reasons. Cheers to the harvest!
Read on for a recap of our trip to Kalaloch Beach, Olympic National Park, on the far west coast of Washington.
Achieving and maintaining a zero waste bathroom is easier than you think. Here’s a guide to reducing the trash that comes from the tiniest room in your home.
Hearty, sticky and not-too-sweet, these Chelsea Buns are one of those recipes you’ll be glad you have in your back pocket, especially on a rainy Sunday morning.
Okonomiyaki is a great zero waste recipe to have up your sleeve. Here’s how I make a (very) simplified version of this at home all the time!
Check out our favorite places to eat, drink and see in Bellingham, Washington. Just a short trip north of Seattle, this city offers plenty to do for a weekend or a longer stay. It’s also exceptionally eco-friendly.
This week, in the transition from summer to fall, we’re talking about budgets and cooking simple. Featuring sweet corn chowder, zucchini gratin, roasted grapes and more.