A girl's quest to live on the greener side.

10 Zero Waste Bathroom Swaps

zero waste bathroom

 Having a zero waste bathroom isn't so hard, if you have the right tools for the job. I firmly believe you should use up whatever you have in your bathroom already before purchasing a zero waste option. This way, you're not wasting a product just because it's packaged in plastic. That being said, when you are ready to make a swap, by all means go for it! These are my personal favorite zero waste bathroom swaps, but they are highly recommended. You really don't need that many products to have a functional bathroom. I've cut down on so many products it's not even funny. I'm sure I could cut down on even more, but it's harder to do that while living with other people. Sometimes my folks still buy conventional toothpaste or mouthwash for example, while I stick to my guns and use my DIY options. That said, I've definitely rubbed off on them in the best way possible and because of that, our bathroom is a lot less wasteful now.

Zero Waste Valentine's Day

zero waste valentine's day

Having a zero waste Valentine's Day can be a little tricky. After all, pop culture would have you convinced you need a stuffed animal and a box of chocolates to participate. But you know what? I say that's bogus. You can totally enjoy Valentine's Day without the conventional stuff that winds up becoming junk. This holiday celebrates love, right? So all you have to do is spread love to those you care about! I've listed a bunch of fun, ethical, zero waste ways to celebrate the holiday. I cover everything from baking treats to lingerie to intimate time. It's all there. Even if you don't have a special sweetheart, you can still bake something for your friends (or yourself) and enjoy the day. Use it as an excuse to show those around you how much you care. Without further ado, here's how to have a zero waste Valentine's Day.


Zero Waste Dishwasher Detergent

zero waste dishwasher detergent

I've been meaning to make some zero waste dishwasher detergent for a while now. Whenever my mom loaded up the dishwasher, I  always cringed at the detergent she used. It was full of questionable ingredients and costed a lot of money, not to mention packaged in plastic. Surely, there had to be a better way. I combed the internet for an efficient option that didn't hurt the environment, our health, or our wallets. And then it hit me: DIY Dishwasher powder! This powder is so easy to make, it's full proof. Plus, it's an all natural dishwasher detergent that only consists of ingredients I trust and can source plastic free.