There is a very cool challenge going viral called the No Plastic Challenge. Which consists of doing everything in your power to not use single-use plastics within a week, a month or for the hardcore, a year. Though I believe … Continue reading Recycling Bin Challenge!
I used a lot of sticky notes, but my consumption dropped drastically when I purchased a pack of NON-sticky sticky notes (palm to face). If I am not mistaken that pack has lasted like 5 years with me now. So, … Continue reading Less Sticky Notes, Reduced Paper Waste
When someone does an engine search on how plastics affect the environment within 15 minutes of reading or watching videos anyone can grow depressed and even think that there is no hope. Birds suffocating to their death because their bellies … Continue reading The Ocean Cleanup Project – The Largest Clean Up in History
After reducing my plastic bag consumption, this, in my opinion, is where I did the biggest difference. Full disclosure I still buy packs of water bottles during hurricane season for obvious reasons. If you don’t see why this is an … Continue reading Saving the World One Water Bottle at a Time
I actually started composting by mistake. Back when I was a child my grandfather asked me to rake and pick up the leaves on the backyard. After collecting six huge black plastic bags I put them against the fence and … Continue reading Composting 101
When I started this journey something that did not cross my mind was how reducing my consumption and reducing the waste will impact my drinking habits. I am not a heavy drinker, but when I drink, my poison is beer … Continue reading Consider the Earth but keep on drinking
The zero waste concept, in a nutshell, is to reduce your waste to nothing, to zero. Ideally, that you can call your city and tell them “Hey come and pick up my trash and recycling bin because I am never … Continue reading The Zero Waste Concept