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A thoughtful guide to lower waste living

As the days of us sheltering inside continue, it seems we've all become a little bit more aware about how stuff much we’re going through. We're eating more meals at home, doing more laundry and washing up, and producing more waste because of this. Whilst making sure you dispose of your waste effectively via methods such as recycling, composting and donating, things still seem to be piling up.

One of the best ways to reduce waste is to not just think about how you dispose, but also how you buy. To help you, we've put together a quick and easy guide on how we can be resourceful and thrifty. Saving money and saving the planet at the same time.

   

Considered life blog links

Imagery of jam jars

  • I’ve got less money but this would be a good thing to do

A lot of zero waste shops are closed

Still be sustainable during these times

Journey to zero waste

Kate Arnell - 6 weeks to zero waste

IN THESE TIMES

Financial gain to buying things

  • Big boxes of ecover washing out liquid - saves you buying 15 plastic bottles (washing up more)
  • Great bloggers, great places to buy
  • Conscious style - relevant resources
  • 6 zero waste swaps (moon cup)
  • Considered life Sophie

Lowering waste during lockdown, doing laundry less frequently

Low waste habits in lockdown

Making use of what you’ve

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