Taking care of your dental hygiene is super important, but its not always sustainable! These alternatives can help you reduce waste, without sacrificing your dental health.
Minimalist lifestyles are becoming increasingly popular, but what does being a minimalist really mean? If you're interested in minimalism but don't know where to start, you can try out this 30 day "challenge" to see which aspects of minimalism you'd like to incorporate into your life.
These are a few practices that you can incorporate into your morning routine to improve your mental health and be more sustainable.
The cosmetics industry produces a significant amount of waste each year, primarily from product packaging. These brands offer refillable products, so that you don't have to create packaging waste every time you repurchase an item.
Periods are a highly stigmatized topic, despite being something that most women (as well as some trans men and non-binary people) will experience. That being said, period products are not a common subject of conversation, especially not zero-waste alternatives. These 4 products will allow you to have a more sustainable period.
While there are some activities that use a lot of materials, these low-waste hobbies are inexpensive and you don't need to have any special talents to do them!
Self-care is super important, but it can sometimes create more waste than we think. You can make your self-care routine more sustainable with these tips!
Disposable razors, wasting water, and shaving cream containers that can't be recycled are just a few things that can make your shave routine harmful to the environment. These tips can help make your routine more sustainable.