Reduce Waste With Things You Already Own

Starting a sustainable lifestyle can be daunting when you think about all the eco-friendly products you’ll have to buy – which is so ironic! BUT, there’s a pretty good chance you already own some things that will help kick start your zero waste journey.  Reusable Water Bottle You don’t even have to invest in someContinue reading “Reduce Waste With Things You Already Own”

DIY Basic Bread (no dutch oven or bread maker)

I started making bread months before quarantine, so I kinda beat the trend.  With a lack of equipment like a dutch oven or bread maker, I struggled to figure out how to make it still taste like it was made with nice tools.  After some trial and error, and some research, I have finally foundContinue reading “DIY Basic Bread (no dutch oven or bread maker)”

Digital Declutter

As someone who spends a lot of time on my phone or laptop for a variety of reasons, clutter on devices can lead to wasted time, extra stress, and less digital space. Here’s some digital decluttering ideas: Fix Your Email Inbox I personally hate having unread emails or too many old emails in my inbox,Continue reading “Digital Declutter”

What To Do With Your Closet During Quarantine

I’m sure like me you’re all super tempted to lay around in sweats and old t-shirts all day during this time of social distancing and quarantine. After all, I’m not seeing anybody. Well, except for the occasional trip to the supermarket or zoom calls where only my upper body is exposed. But if that’s allContinue reading “What To Do With Your Closet During Quarantine”

What is Sustainability?

By Definition I think the best way to understand sustainability is by breaking down what it means.  The first part – sustain – means to keep up or prolong. Ability is the physical, mental, or legal power to do something. When we put it together, sustainability is a method of harvesting or using a resourceContinue reading “What is Sustainability?”