It’s time for me to put it in writing; I’m no good at this blogging type stuff. So this is my last post. That’s right folks, I’m shuttin’ er’ down. I could list a bunch of reasons, excuses, failures, but i don’t see the point. It’s been almost 7 years and 3 blogs. Thank you… Continue reading it’s time
Just got back from running some errands. I was in Port Elgin at Well In Hand (a lovely health food store) getting my kids their vitamins when something caught my eye. There, sitting in the food section, looking very hopeful, was a black stand up cooler and a beer tap sitting atop. Closer look, Kombucha… Continue reading Zero Waste find.
it’s been a very long time… this post has nothing to do with tiny houses, or zero waste, or anything like that i’m writing this at the tail end of an anxiety attack… today…it’s hard tomorrow will be better… but not today… today i want to crawl into bed and cry…ugly cry the details about… Continue reading it’s been awhile…
Looks like I forgot about May. We’re still continuing our zero-waste efforts, but I’ve had to loosen up on the fixed notions I had of doing zero-waste. Buying bulk here is stupid expensive, and sometimes the food isn’t as good as the packaged version. We’re still choosing glass/metal over plastic when we can, and still… Continue reading i forgot may
Here’s to stating the obvious…it’s the last week of April. For some reason it feels like this months has gone by way too fast. So fast, I really haven’t thought about next month. April has been a month of up’s and down’s in terms of our zero-waste/buy nothing experiment. I’ll break it down for you…check… Continue reading april
Thank you’s must be said today (and everyday, really) …here’s why… Last Tuesday my friend, Katherine wrote a great article about my little family and I and our journey with zero waste and buy nothing for TreeHugger. A big thank you and a good squeezey hug, Katherine, for giving us a shout out and coming… Continue reading grateful
Zero waste is a misnomer. It’s impossible to never, ever stop producing waste. Every creature on this planet produces some sort of waste. The problem with us humans is that we’ve managed to create next-level sH*t when it comes to waste. Garbage that’s going to hang around for thousands of years. We’re pros at this… Continue reading the 5 R’s…