Slow Down into Slow Fashion

It is a better time than ever to challenge the norms! Our fast domineering EcOnmY is over ruling our souls into consumerism. Everyday is a challenge. The convenience and structures that we have in place do not support a sustainable future. Since October 2019, I have been dealing with debilitating back and neck problems. IContinue reading “Slow Down into Slow Fashion”

New Plan for Waste

There is nothing more refreshing than being in a progressive area. I love how Plymouth has been taking steps to reduce plastic and supports its local farmers. My favorite part about living here is the freshness of food. The farmers market community is bustling, and I desperately need to make some connections. Though it isContinue reading “New Plan for Waste”

Disposable Zero Waste

How can you be zero waste when you have to be disposable? This is not an easy task. I am writing this because soon all of my possessions will be taken away. I will of course keep my reusable water jug but I will not have any dishes or my reusable items. So what isContinue reading “Disposable Zero Waste”

Earth Day Prepping

April 22 is Earth Day and I have a lot planned for the month of April. I have started the #ZeroWasted project so others can show case and give tips on how they are making a lifestyle change and going zero waste. I will be posting daily on the Earth sisters instagram and blog toContinue reading “Earth Day Prepping”

Dirty Looks, Recycling, and a Nice Cool Drink of Water

So week 2 shopping took place at Albertson’s Market. I figured since they have a bigger meat counter selection I could get everything else there as well. I was a bit underwhelmed with my trip. I brought my reusable bags, Tupperware, and diy produce bags. The whole time I kept getting weird dirty looks, andContinue reading “Dirty Looks, Recycling, and a Nice Cool Drink of Water”

Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

The start of the new year has got me thinking about my zero waste goal. I had a plan of action for step 1 which was to start shopping with less or no plastic. I will starting my shopping quest this weekend but till then I have made my own produce bags out of T-shirts.Continue reading “Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”