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.
Fashion is fun way to express yourself, but clothes can also be some of the least sustainable items in our homes. Having a capsule wardrobe is a great way to reduce your textile waste and comes with many other benefits!
Does making sustainable and ethical purchases matter if they're bought under capitalism? This post analyzes the phrase and explains if there's truth behind it.
Minimalism is becoming increasingly popular among people who want to move away from materialism, here are just a few of the ways that you can benefit from incorporating minimalism into your life.
Whenever you finish using a bottle, can, or jar your first instinct is probably to put it in the recycling bin. But many of those things will actually still end up in the landfill, due to contamination or excess items. Here are 25 ways you can reuse jars, cans, and bottles before you resort to recycling them.
Shopping second-hand is one of the best ways to make your closet more sustainable, but many people avoid doing it because of these common misconceptions.
February 17th is National Random Acts Of Kindness day! But why celebrate just one day when you can encourage kindness for the whole month. Here's 28 zero-waste RAOK to do each day in February, so you can give back to your community without harming the planet.
Although Valentine's Day in itself is not very sustainable, I still think it can be fun to celebrate as long as you shift the focus to what its really about- showing the people you love that you appreciate them! If you want to celebrate in an eco-friendly way, here are a few low-waste and inexpensive ways to spend Valentine's Day.
These are a few practices that you can incorporate into your morning routine to improve your mental health and be more sustainable.
Planned obsolescence is just one of the ways that businesses exploit consumers and harm the environment. This article explains the practice and how you can avoid it.