The word ecology is derived from the Greek oikos, the word for home.
Our home is our planet, we should preserve it. A zerowaste lifestyle should be common sense. I know it’s not always easy, and this is the reason i share all my knowledge and experiences with you. Living consciously and reducing what you consume for your health and happiness and the health of our environment is a way to revisit the way you live today.
Eco friendly, natural, cruelty free, vegan mineralising DIY toothpaste with kaolin clay which has a low abrasivity score and is effective as both a polish and stain remover. It is also high in calcium, silica, zinc, and magnesium, and safe for people with tooth sensitivity.
Choosing to shave with a safety razor will reduce tons and tons of plastic waste. A safety razor will outlast you. A lifetime of shaving, and no plastic waste. Don’t think too long, this is the only option to shave eco-friendly. And it’s not only the best choice for the planet, your skin will thank you as well.
Did you know that Australia alone is estimated to dispose of around 6 million coffee capsules every day? Thats over 2 billion coffee pods added to landfill or nature each year. All these pods will sit there for up to 500 years, as neither plastic nor metal is biodegradable where they’ll disintegrate into microplastics. But it’s not only the end product which is horrific for our environment.
As we all know, coffee is one of the most popular drinks globally. However, it comes with a lot of food waste. A 2016 Planet Ark study found that in Sydney alone, almost 2800 tonnes of coffee grounds are being sent to landfill. What i do with my coffee left overs? Compost it!
Part of living a minimalistic lifestyle, are wardrobe essentials. That means you create outfits with just a couple of items. If you do this smart, you end up with just a few items and multiple ways to wear them for every occasion. Think about the time and money you will save? Does this sound like a dream to you too?
Every year, 8 billion kilos of plastic disappears into the oceans In the most favorable estimate, 4.8 million tonnes of plastic per year end up in the oceans and in the worst case 12.7 million tonnes of plastic per year. The amount of years needed to break plastic up is 200 years. Switch to sustainable straws #ditchplastic
One of the most frequent hygiene product that we all need every day is a hassle to buy because of all the choices, and is also super toxic! Also, i personally dislike the strong perfumes of deodorants sold in stores. And what about the packaging, all those empty deodorant bottles going to waste! Luckily, i have the perfect solution for you.
We have all encountered baking soda at some point in our lives. The multipurpose and multifunctional, naturally occurring chemical seems to be everywhere. Baking soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, is a naturally occurring crystalline chemical compound but is often found in powder form. It is highly versatile and when used by itself or combined, can lend itself as a remedy for so much!