2021 is almost here (goodbye 2020 and good riddance!) This means it’s time to find a new sustainability resolution for the new year. For those of you in doubt as to why you should change your personal habits to be more sustainable see this article that I wrote about why one person’s sustainability matters (theContinue reading “5 Sustainability Resolutions for 2021!”
At the start of the year I decided to start reducing my beef consumption. I wanted to challenge myself and see if I can cut back to once a month. I have been completing this new goal now for the last year and some of my readers have been wondering how it’s going? This isContinue reading “Am I Missing Beef?”
I love a good Barbeque! Having a BBQ with family and friends on July 4th is absolutely one of my favorite memories from growing up. There are also a couple pretty standard items that are at every BBQ. If you are looking to make your July 4th more sustainable this year, try swapping out oneContinue reading “Sustainable Swaps for your July 4th BBQ!”
My answer to the question: Does one person’s sustainability even matter?
A sustainable take on 3 seafoods to eat and 3 to avoid.
Looking for something to do while stuck inside? Time to dig out that old bottle of Gin at the back of the pantry. Try this Rosemary and gin recipe for a delightful change of pace to your routine.
Want to learn how to make crispy tofu? It’s a great topping for those trying to eat more plant based foods. I used it to make buddha bowls for myself and family!
Hey guys today I want to talk about composting. More specifically vermicomposting. Vermicomposting is when you use worms to process your food scraps and turn them into usable nutrient rich soil. You can use it to enrich bad soil or create compost that you can add to deck plants, a vegetable garden, etc… I startedContinue reading “Introducing My Worm Composting Bin”
Article by: Kshamta Bishnoi My transition to living a more sustainable life started a few years ago with a switch in my diet followed by a reduction in buying plastic wrapped goods and finally becoming more intentional in my choices when it came to health and lifestyle products. One change that I was very hesitantContinue reading “Learnings from a Zero Waste Period”
One of my goals to reduce my overall carbon footprint this year is to eat less meat. I won’t lie. I grew up eating meat, so transitioning away has been tough. I want to share a tip I have been using to get more meals out of the bacon I have been eating. Save theContinue reading “Quick Post: Eating Less Meat”