Eco-Living for the Everyday: Sustainable Travel

Oh, boy. This is a big one. Traveling is one of my favourite things to do, but a friend to Earth it is not. All of the waste we accumulate during our travels, the emissions from planes, cars, and trains. While there is no true way to sustainably travel, there are things you can do…

Eco-Living for the Everyday: Skincare and Cosmetics

When you're doing an eco sweep of your house, there are going to be things you just don't think about being a problem. That's okay. It takes time to switch over to a greener lifestyle, and a lot of time (and trial and error) to be fully sustainable and eco-friendly. For me, the thing I…

Eco-Living for the Everyday: Greener Laundry

This post contains affiliate links and I will make a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link. Greener laundry is super easy. This is one of the first places I started in my eco-friendly journey. It's simple to switch to colder washing, more high-efficient machines (when the time comes) and…

Eco-living for the Everyday: Re-thinking the Convenience of Eating

The other day, my husband commented to me that we should have more chicken breast in the house. Why? Because it was convenient to cook and because, well, we like chicken. It goes with so many meals and is incredibly versatile. While it is probably the most popular choice for many people who consume meat,…

Eco-Living for the Everyday: The Kitchen

The kitchen is where a lot of people end up starting to live a more sustainable life. Why? Because people start to cut the meat down in their diet, or out entirely, buy local and rid themselves of plastic wrap. The last one may have you tensing up already. What are you going to wrap…