Simple Zero-waste swaps: Soap Bars

  Hi everyone! If you have been reading here for a while, you would know that i have been trying to make some significant changes in my lifestyle, switching to low waste eco-friendly products. While I have already shared a long list of all the swaps/shifts we have already made so far and the ones we are working on right now, I thought it would be helpful to talk about a few in more detail.   Soap Bars I am going to be honest here, I feel that this is probably the easiest zero waste swap here: the switch from a liquid hand soap or body wash that comes in a plastic bottle to a good old-fashioned bar of soap…

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5 easy ways to become a more Conscious & Responsible Traveler: San Francisco Diaries

Pink Maxi cotton dress from Homegrown Sustainable brand  : KharaKapas Happy Happy  Black Maxi Dress: Forever 21 (Old) Hand painted One-of-a-kind Denim Jacket : Live Wyld   Staying at home and talking about conscious lifestyle habits can be quite easy since it involves dealing with smaller practices in our day to day life such as recycling, avoiding the use of plasticware and working towards creating a greener environment inside our house, but while we are traveling, sticking to sustainable practices becomes a little more challenging. When we are traveling or are on a staycation, either locally or internationally, we often tend to loose ourselves in the moment and become carefree, trying to adapt to a new lifestyle. And when it…

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5 simple ways to reduce plastic waste in your daily life #zerowasteweek

If you are following me on Instagram, you would know that i often talk about my personal journey towards reducing use of plastic in my daily household life. Although, I am no where near to my goal at this point but i feel it is important to share the initial steps of my journey with you all. P.S: It’s much more difficult than it sounds but quite easier to do than it looks like! 😊 Even after taking a lot a few different measures for reducing plastic waste on a regular basis, we still find a lot of plastic just lying around our house, mostly because every single thing in this world is either made up of plastic or wrapped in…

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