Monthly Archives: September 2016

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Zero Waste // Homemade Pasta

Hello everyone! Something that naturally comes with a zero waste lifestyle is making your things from scratch. Pasta is one of the easiest things to make and it is absolutely amazing. I prefer my own pasta any day over the store bought kind! Check out my lastest video in which I guide you guys though the process of making it!


Sunday, September 18, 2016

VIDEO // Simple Tips To Avoid Plastic

Hello everybody! Have you guys checked out my last video? I thought I would take it back to basics and share some tips that may work as a foundation of the understanding of a plastic free life. Take these advice with you next time to hit the supermarket!


Sunday, September 11, 2016

Naked Packaging and Bathroom Essentials

Hello everybody! I had to take a huge break from shampoo products, as I ran out recently. Luckily, a few days ago I got them restocked! These soaps and shampoos from Lush have always been a favourite of mine. They came in the mail in a cardboard box – no plastic or unnecessary individual packaging there. Now, they sit perfectly in my bathroom with my solid soap bar and safety razor – all plastic free!

Monday, September 5, 2016

No Trash // Zero Waste Lunch Options

Hello everyone! Now that I started to have lectures again, I will be spending a lot of time at the university, which means, I will be eating a lot of meals outside my home. Luckily, there are several zero waste options when it comes to either eating out or bringing food along for the day. The light and easy solution // Sometimes, I just bring a lid from a lunchbox – I can use as a plate, along with my small ‘spork’, I can fit everything in a small handbag. If I want to go ultra-light, I bring a canvas bag as a plate, although that is only for stuff like bread and cake. The medium sized option // If I want heavier meals or simply both want food and water – I bring a jar. A jar is handy as it doubles as both a container for food AND for liquids. The heavy version // If I am out for a looong time or simply want to bring a more invasive meal with me, I go big! I go for my eco lunch box options, which of course require more room in a larger bag, but it looks stylish as hell and it is extremely practical (I sometimes bring dinner with me from the cafeteria). It takes so little effort to actually make a difference, bring your own plate and avoid single-use plastic ! What kind of lunch container do you prefer?