Journey to a Healthier Home: Week One

Week One: Today I am stepping back and looking at all of the things in my kitchen that are unhealthy for the environment. It seems like a mountain and I will never reach the top. I am committed. Committed to contributing to make a difference: It takes a village. One motivating factor is my daughter has been accepted to live in the Sustainable Dormitory on campus. We can support one another. There are several groups out there I am researching and will share once I have a chance to thoroughly investigate. However, what I have found is most of these groups are in the European Nation. I guess we are behind the times.

If you have any suggestions or ideas, please, please, please leave positive comments. Please join this journey for a healthier home and healther planet.

A few items I have purchased and are listed on the Zero Waste Home.

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2 thoughts on “Journey to a Healthier Home: Week One

  1. Nobody starts off conquering the mountain, it’s a journey and I think you’re on the right path. Seeing many bloggers pursuing a zero waste lifestyle is prompting me to do the same and re-evaluate my own habits. One thing I didn’t see on your list is reusable food wraps instead of cling wraps. I have read positive feedback on the beeswax wraps which are trending right now. AND they have the cutest patterns which add spunk to the kitchen 🙂

    1. Thanks! I will have to check the zero waste shop in my town for the wraps. So far I’ve invested about $100 in Mason jars (every shape and size) so I’ve been putting leftovers in those.

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