I want to preface this whole post by saying that zero waste living is hard, can be expensive and I realize that not everyone chooses to live this way. Honestly, my own husband doesn't opt for zero waste choices like I wish he would and my dad had never heard the phrase "zero waste" until I was talking to him about a video I watched on YouTube yesterday. I would also like to say that I truly believe everyone can make their lives more eco-friendly, if they try. We only have one planet and I wholeheartedly believe that we need to do everything we can to keep her (Earth) alive and well.
Mother's day is coming up quick! Are you ready?! What are you getting the mom(s) in your life? Are they hard to shop for? Maybe the mom(s) in your life are more minimalist, like me, and don't want a lot of stuff around the house/car/office/wherever. If that's the case, I wanna meet her because she sounds like my kinda people.
Since beginning our minimalist journey , I've been looking for creative, cheap, and easy ways to celebrate holidays without bringing in a bunch of excess and useless, one-off toys that will just be messy and take up space. Less clutter, more fun times. That's the goal, right?
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