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It's a Start: Transition to Zero Waste

Over the years there have been buzz words like "green" or "upcycling" or even "organic"- lately, I've been seeing more and more of the term "Zero Waste." The term zero waste, broadly refers to a lifestyle that celebrates minimalism, rejects the concept of disposable items, challenges consumerism, and encourages people to come up with alternative reusable solutions to everyday life. Read on for my favorite tips to help you transition to a zero waste lifestyle.

Do you have a reusable coffee mug or water bottle you drink from every day? By using it you are keeping countless amounts of waste from our landfills. That's just one small action we can take each day to reduce our impact on the environment.

With a growing family of four, I find it's not always easy (or affordable) to go green, but we make a genuine and honest effort to make the smartest choices where we're able. I forget my reusable grocery bags at least once a month and I…

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