How to Convert to a Paperless Kitchen Using Cloths

The first place we were able to go low waste in our household was with our kitchen paper products. Even at the time with a toddler, we found using cloths and cloth napkins more practical considering the amount we went through. After adding another baby to the family, we continued using our kitchen cloths and …

Cloth Diapers: 5 Reasons We Chose To Use Them

**Dislosure: This post contains affiliate links. For full details click here When Kain was first born, we lived in an apartment and used the communal laundry rooms. Between baby showers and diaper parties, we didn’t have to buy diapers at all for the first 6 months. At that point, we had purchased an apartment size …

Why Choosing A Real Christmas Tree Is Best For The Environment

**This post is in partnership with The Christmas Tree Council of Nova Scotia, all opinions are my own “It doesn’t feel like Christmas until you have a real tree” My most beloved tradition in early December is getting our Christmas tree.  As an eco-conscious family, we always opt to get a real tree for the …

20 Eco-friendly Stocking Stuffers for Kids

**Disclosure:  This post contains affiliate links.  For full disclosure click here. In our house, the first thing we open Christmas morning is our stockings.  These little socks have the potential to hold a lot of waste.  Mindfully planning out what to include in stockings can reduce the Christmas morning waste and can be lots of …

6 Eco-Friendly Ways to Wrap Gifts This Christmas

**Disclaimer: In the name of full transparency, please be aware that this blog post contains affiliate links and as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases (at no extra cost for you) The holidays are fast approaching and with that comes waste.  LOTS of waste.  Every gift comes in some kind of package, which …