My Mom’s soup

I promised a reader that I would share what my mom put in her soup every week when I was growing up as a kid. In one of my posts I made a comment about my mom not wasting any food and turning it into soup every weekend. So I’m here to share what wentContinue reading “My Mom’s soup”

Zero Waste Answers For Reader: Yvonne

Did I tell you lovelies, how much I enjoy answering your questions and replying to comments on the blog? So much I apparently have to do it at 4am even when I really should be resting. Well a reader named Yvonne took the time to comment on the blog with a few questions and IContinue reading “Zero Waste Answers For Reader: Yvonne”

1 YEAR Zero Waste and what I learned

Yesterday marked my one year anniversary of zero waste. FYI: I had planned on writing yesterday, but spending time with someone special was well… more important. Anyway. Living zero waste been one of the largest challenges I’ve given myself because let’s face it, it’s hard to stick with something especially when it’s going against the grain.Continue reading “1 YEAR Zero Waste and what I learned”

8 Tips for a Planning a Zero Waste Event

Events can be extremely wasteful. As fun as they are. And I think it may be because of the changes I’ve made in my life (hm, you think?) but I can’t seem to help my brain from automatically assessing and analyzing ways to be less wasteful, whether I’m in a restaurant, at home, at my groceryContinue reading “8 Tips for a Planning a Zero Waste Event”

The feels, ramblings and doing alright

You guys. I was cranky today. Anyway.   I’m a sensitive soul. I have way too many feels. I want a lot of things to change in this world. I want to accomplish a lot and at the same time I want to hide away in my hole and see no one and do nothing.Continue reading “The feels, ramblings and doing alright”