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This is by far one of the hardest struggles of being a zero-waster, at least for me, personally: Figuring out how to bring home leftovers from a restaurant without the single-use containers that eateries so often hand out.
If you know the misery of constantly sneezing, reaching for a tissue to address that runny nose, and perpetually watery eyes, then chances are, you’re affected by allergies.
The Carbon Offset Fee — also known as Carbon Tax — is like a monetary acknowledgement of the carbon emissions that will happen as a result of the air travel, but should you be paying for one?
Going plastic-free should not mean sacrificing makeup. As someone who both loves zero-waste living and playing with a full face of lipstick and eyeshadow, I don’t think I could ever choose one or the other.
If you have ever experienced a hot flash — feeling of heat that comes on suddenly and results in a flushed face and sweat — then chances are you’re willing to do anything and everything to remedy and prevent them.
Now that you have made the essential zero-waste bathroom swaps like buying bar soap, a bamboo toothbrush, and buying an all-metal safety razor, you may be wondering about the upkeep.
If you’ve ever spent any time gardening, you know there is no devastation like the feeling of your plants dying due to pests like bugs or weeds.
Clothing recycling isn't as complicated as it sounds — here's a guide.
Is it possible to be zero waste as a college student? Here are some of our best tips.
If you’re already making your own shampoo bars and zero-waste, non-toxic bar soap, then it feels about time you learn how to make DIY conditioner bars.