Mild summer evenings and long nights mean more time outside and less sleep for me. That’s why I decided to have a little blog summer break. In the spirit of #digitaldetox , I will be stepping away from my laptop as much as I can in August. 🙂
Some products seem to come in plastic, no matter what, and others can be easily found package-free. If you have the same problem, I have a few alternatives for products which are usually wrapped in plastic.
Perfect for #plasticfreejuly, I have alternatives for cling film or plastic wrap for you. It is really not necessary to buy this disposable product and put it around or on your food!
Shopping bags made of bioplastics are now available in supermarkets as an alternative to common plastic bags. Is this really the ecological solution to our plastic problem?
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Plastic does not decompose, plastic only breaks down. Did you know that? The tiny plastic parts end up in the rivers, the sea, the soil, the whole food chain and at the end with us. Do you want to do something against this? Then join Plastic Free July! Since 2011, …
How fast 30 days can fly by! I “conquered” a challenge a day for a zerowaste lifestyle. Not everything was new, but still a lot surprisingly challening.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin As a child, I always wondered how the interesting patterns are formed on the sidewalk. Big circles, small circles, various shades of grey. Now I now: disgusting people dropped their chewing gums there and all of us trampling above. Not very tasty and even less sustainable. Although, there would be …
Whoops, how time flies ^^ And the third week of the zero waste challenge is over! This week was a lot of zero waste shopping, which I looove.
Especially when the gardens are full of fruit and vegetables, I think about it all started: with the bees. Saving bees can be so easy, wanna help to make sure bees are “more than honey”?
Already the second week of the zero waste challenge is over! Going Zero Waste, Be Zero und Zero Waste Nerd had an amazing idea with this challenge, I still love it. Save resoures and avoid waste with simple changes! How wonderful 🙂