【環保網紅】國外5位instagram網紅推薦,跟上減塑風潮!

看膩了網美的早安晚安文?想在ig追蹤一些用心分享的環保名人?趕快來看看好日子推薦的五個環保名人ig吧!不僅可以得到啟發、欣賞美麗的照片、激勵自己努力減塑,還能順便練英文(因為她們的貼文都是英文的)!環保人不必孤單刻苦,透過這些紅人的分享,會發現永續生活的美感與樂趣。

1. Zoe Jazz

Zoe Jazz 相信藉著一步一步的小改變,每個人都可以漸漸養成零浪費的習慣。她會自己研發很多環保清潔用品的配方,並在個人網站上和大家分享,像是體香膏、洗衣粉、潔牙粉等。她的ig帳號名 “ain’t no planet b” 意思是我們沒有第二個地球,planet B 諧音 plan B,plan B指的是相對於plan A的替代方案。但是我們的地球如果生病了,可沒有第二個替代的星球。ain’t 是am not 的口語用法,ain’t no 雙重否定是一種語氣強調,表示根本沒有第二顆地球,所以要好好愛護它!

It doesn’t matter how long it takes to fill your bin, just empty it as soon as something smelly goes in. Trust me. You don’t wanna experience what month old condoms smell like.
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I reluctantly fulfilled my zero waste prophecy and have been using a jar for my trash. It’s super alienating but it also reminds me that I’ve progressed and will continue to do so. .
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Let’s avoid comparisons. I’m not going to tell you how long it usually takes me to fill this but keep in mind that:
- I (and everyone) use resources that don’t relate to physical waste.
- My lifestyle, travel and diet is not perfect just like everyone else.
- This is only my landfill waste at home. Doesn’t include work or being out and about.
- Most importantly, this shit takes privilege and luck. I live alone so I have total control of my home, no kids, have expendable income, live in the middle of a big city, walking distance to everything I need; and I’m in good health physically and mentally. This entire behavioural change has benefitted from my privileged position. Lucky me! But also consider that living alone isn’t a particularly efficient use of resources 🤔 - The real thing to celebrate here is my behaviour: I’ve changed. I’m more aware. When I’m not perfect, I’m conscious about it. I don’t dwell and neither should you. Just keep perpetually improving through incremental change 💚
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#goingzerowaste #trashisfortossers #aintnoplanetb #trashjar #plasticwaste #reducelandfill #yayforearth #yayforhashtags #treadlightly #plasticfree #waronwaste #environmentalsustainability #zerowaste #lowimpact #behaviouralchange #newhabits #tinyhabits #zerowasteirl
It doesn’t matter how long it takes to fill your bin, just empty it as soon as something smelly goes in. Trust me. You don’t wanna experience what month old condoms smell like. . . I reluctantly fulfilled my zero waste prophecy and have been using a jar for my trash. It’s super alienating but it also reminds me that I’ve progressed and will continue to do so. . . Let’s avoid comparisons. I’m not going to tell you how long it usually takes me to fill this but keep in mind that: - I (and everyone) use resources that don’t relate to physical waste. - My lifestyle, travel and diet is not perfect just like everyone else. - This is only my landfill waste at home. Doesn’t include work or being out and about. - Most importantly, this shit takes privilege and luck. I live alone so I have total control of my home, no kids, have expendable income, live in the middle of a big city, walking distance to everything I need; and I’m in good health physically and mentally. This entire behavioural change has benefitted from my privileged position. Lucky me! But also consider that living alone isn’t a particularly efficient use of resources 🤔 - The real thing to celebrate here is my behaviour: I’ve changed. I’m more aware. When I’m not perfect, I’m conscious about it. I don’t dwell and neither should you. Just keep perpetually improving through incremental change 💚 . . #goingzerowaste #trashisfortossers #aintnoplanetb #trashjar #plasticwaste #reducelandfill #yayforearth #yayforhashtags #treadlightly #plasticfree #waronwaste #environmentalsustainability #zerowaste #lowimpact #behaviouralchange #newhabits #tinyhabits #zerowasteirl

2. Lauren Singer

Lauren Singer是美國紐約的環保紅人,在ig上有三十三萬粉絲。大學時在紐約大學主修環境相關科系,之後開始實踐零浪費生活,四年的垃圾只有一個罐子那麼多。極富想法的她還成立自己的品牌,販售環保生活用品,包括竹牙刷、竹杯等等。

3. Bea Johnson

Bea Johnson是個在美國加州生活的法國裔媽媽,同時也是零浪費生活的推廣者,她們一家四口一整年製造的垃圾只有一個罐子那麼多。她提倡不買不需要的、減少物質慾望、重複使用、資源回收,於是進到家裡的東西越來越少,自然也不再有垃圾需要丟出。她的著作《Zero Waste Home 我家沒垃圾》被翻譯成二十種語言,書中鉅細靡遺地分享在客廳、飯廳、廚房、衛浴等各種家庭空間中減低垃圾的創意妙方。

Having experienced waste-free for over 10 years, I found that the lifestyle provides countless advantages overtime: improved standard of living, better health, huge money💰and time⏰savings, closer connection to nature🌿and loved ones, increased faith and sense of purpose, environmental optimism🌎, creativity boost, not having to take trash🗑out (duh)... the list is endless.

But there is a downside... In eliminating toxic products from our home, it seems that my olfactory senses got detoxified and therefore heightened 👃

While it's definitely an advantage being able to quickly detect a fire and to enjoy odors associated with a walk in the forest🍄, a stroll on the beach🌊, a kiss on a newborn's👶head, to their fullest, having a renewed sense of smell can be a problem: Scents that I couldn't perceive before, have become a nuisance.

I once had to change hotel rooms3⃣times, before finding a neutral-smelling one; a different time, I had to stay in a room with a dirty socks smell -I smelled it on my clothes 'til laundry day. I also stayed in a capsule airport hotel where swapping rooms wasn't an option, I had to take a sleeping pill💊to (pass out and) forget the pounding headache caused by the @Febreze that had been sprayed all over the (tiny) space with no windows -it took days to shake off the pain🤕caused by that torture alone! Same, when given homemade soaps by fans (I now refuse). I have to change seats if the person next to me wears cologne, uses scented shampoo, or eats popcorn. I don't use EO or coconut🥥oil on my body: the smell is too strong. If a jogger🏃runs past me or I walk by a dryer vent, I can name the brand of the laundry detergent used. If I take a taxi, perfume left on the seatbelt by a previous passenger bothers me. But most annoying is riding an @Uber: The
Having experienced waste-free for over 10 years, I found that the lifestyle provides countless advantages overtime: improved standard of living, better health, huge money💰and time⏰savings, closer connection to nature🌿and loved ones, increased faith and sense of purpose, environmental optimism🌎, creativity boost, not having to take trash🗑out (duh)... the list is endless. But there is a downside... In eliminating toxic products from our home, it seems that my olfactory senses got detoxified and therefore heightened 👃 While it's definitely an advantage being able to quickly detect a fire and to enjoy odors associated with a walk in the forest🍄, a stroll on the beach🌊, a kiss on a newborn's👶head, to their fullest, having a renewed sense of smell can be a problem: Scents that I couldn't perceive before, have become a nuisance. I once had to change hotel rooms3⃣times, before finding a neutral-smelling one; a different time, I had to stay in a room with a dirty socks smell -I smelled it on my clothes 'til laundry day. I also stayed in a capsule airport hotel where swapping rooms wasn't an option, I had to take a sleeping pill💊to (pass out and) forget the pounding headache caused by the @Febreze that had been sprayed all over the (tiny) space with no windows -it took days to shake off the pain🤕caused by that torture alone! Same, when given homemade soaps by fans (I now refuse). I have to change seats if the person next to me wears cologne, uses scented shampoo, or eats popcorn. I don't use EO or coconut🥥oil on my body: the smell is too strong. If a jogger🏃runs past me or I walk by a dryer vent, I can name the brand of the laundry detergent used. If I take a taxi, perfume left on the seatbelt by a previous passenger bothers me. But most annoying is riding an @Uber: The "fresheners" used go straight to my head: I end up riding, my head out the window, like a dog🐶! I once read that the chemicals used in common household products reduce one's sense of smell, so would eliminating them enhance it? Have you too experienced the disadvantages of a heightened/renewed sense of smell due to waste-free living?
This graphic (excluding the red crosses on it which I'll explain) is going around on social media. I am not sure were it originated (I could only trace it to @pg_recycle but they are unable to confirm it's theirs). I thought I'd share it anyway, to point out the ironic turn that the waste-free living movement is taking on social platforms. These past couple years, I have noticed a trend (from social media influencers and bloggers) encouraging people to buy buy buy... reusables. This lifestyle is about getting away from consuming, but graphics like these ironically support the opposite!
If you are getting started on your journey, please don't go on a big shopping spree, filling your kitchen with items that you don't need in the first place. You do need a few essentials but only so few (I would encourage that you shop your home first). For over a decade our family has confortably lived waste free without the need for the items that I crossed out in red, and so can you.
Before filling kitchen drawers with such reusables as straws, beeswraps, and a phletora of containers, ask yourself: Do I even need it in the first place? Can another item in my kitchen provide the same purpose?
Remember:  Waste free living is about living simply first and foremost. And one way to get to simple living is to stop unnecessary things from coming into your home. As my book explains in great detail, Reducing comes before Reusing! Happy (simple) zero waste journey!

#zerowaste #zerodechet #zerowastehome #unpackaged #bulk #ZWHtour #ZWH #zerowastehomebook #zerowastelifestyle #5Rs #refill #reuse
This graphic (excluding the red crosses on it which I'll explain) is going around on social media. I am not sure were it originated (I could only trace it to @pg_recycle but they are unable to confirm it's theirs). I thought I'd share it anyway, to point out the ironic turn that the waste-free living movement is taking on social platforms. These past couple years, I have noticed a trend (from social media influencers and bloggers) encouraging people to buy buy buy... reusables. This lifestyle is about getting away from consuming, but graphics like these ironically support the opposite! If you are getting started on your journey, please don't go on a big shopping spree, filling your kitchen with items that you don't need in the first place. You do need a few essentials but only so few (I would encourage that you shop your home first). For over a decade our family has confortably lived waste free without the need for the items that I crossed out in red, and so can you. Before filling kitchen drawers with such reusables as straws, beeswraps, and a phletora of containers, ask yourself: Do I even need it in the first place? Can another item in my kitchen provide the same purpose? Remember: Waste free living is about living simply first and foremost. And one way to get to simple living is to stop unnecessary things from coming into your home. As my book explains in great detail, Reducing comes before Reusing! Happy (simple) zero waste journey! #zerowaste #zerodechet #zerowastehome #unpackaged #bulk #ZWHtour #ZWH #zerowastehomebook #zerowastelifestyle #5Rs #refill #reuse

4.Gabi Genial

Gabi 有很多創新的點子,她的ig總是有讓人眼睛一亮的環保靈感。有時減塑路上難免感到孤單,不過看到她真誠地記錄著環保生活的喜悅以及鼓勵,又充滿動力了呢!熱愛美食的她常發美美的食物照,也會分享保鮮蔬果的小撇步,像是花椰菜和花束一樣喜歡喝水,所以可以放在裝水的容器裡。

5.Kate Nelson

Kate Nelson是一個很有生命力的澳洲女孩,熱愛潛水也關心環保。有趣的是她會舉辦收費的海洋旅遊行程,除了帶你潛到海中欣賞繽紛的海洋生物,還會透過工作坊教學製作環保用品、討論塑膠議題等等,將旅遊跟環保推廣結合。

Quitting plastics meant see-ya to all milks. Even cartons are lined with plastic. 😭 
Turns out making nut milk is easy & delicious. I soaked & blended almonds every morn w cinnamon & dates.

We can only do our best with the information we have. Then again, we can do better if we ask questions & speed up the information intake! 😃 .
I learned that to grow only ONE almond it takes a whole 1.1 gallons of water! .
California, infamous for perpetual drought (tho, not 2019🌧) produces 82% of the world’s almonds. I opted less for plant milk in life. When I did, if in the US I made OAT MILK. If in Aus, I bought local Aus almonds for nut milk.

Until I learned that Aus almonds are grown in drought-stricken Murray Valley! 😓
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It’s tough. The more we learn, it can feel overwhelming & frustrating to keep adjusting our eating/living habits. Or we can frame it like, the more we know the more empowered & free we become to make choices that truly align w our values.
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I think we are in a time where we have to push ourselves to our limits w/in our resources & boundaries. We have to make the nut milk YUMMY, so it’s a legitimate alternative to the store-bought, plastic packed. Great. UNTIL we learn more, re-assess & adapt. 
Maya Angelou said, “Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”💙
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The best we can, has to be  our highest work. No more excuses. If we have the resources, we must make drastic changes. Our consumption is exploding, our waste is beyond control, plastic production is ramping up, our forests are burning, our oceans are cooking, our arctic ice is melting faster than predicted. It’s time to blend oats & squeeze out the plant milk.🙌🏽
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INGREDIENTS:
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1 cup oats .
4 cups water .
1/4 tsp sea salt .
1/2 tsp cinnamon .
1/2 tsp cardamom .
1 medjool date .
RECIPE: BLEND, STRAIN, STORE IN FRIDGE. (3-5 days)

If we care abt our health enough to eat organic veggies, exercise, etc. we must now ask more questions up along the supply chain. .
We are ALL activists. We must be ever evolving. Committed. Adaptable. Not attached to one way, always open to change for the better. 😍💙🧜🏼‍♀️🙌🏽
Quitting plastics meant see-ya to all milks. Even cartons are lined with plastic. 😭 Turns out making nut milk is easy & delicious. I soaked & blended almonds every morn w cinnamon & dates. We can only do our best with the information we have. Then again, we can do better if we ask questions & speed up the information intake! 😃 . I learned that to grow only ONE almond it takes a whole 1.1 gallons of water! . California, infamous for perpetual drought (tho, not 2019🌧) produces 82% of the world’s almonds. I opted less for plant milk in life. When I did, if in the US I made OAT MILK. If in Aus, I bought local Aus almonds for nut milk. Until I learned that Aus almonds are grown in drought-stricken Murray Valley! 😓 . It’s tough. The more we learn, it can feel overwhelming & frustrating to keep adjusting our eating/living habits. Or we can frame it like, the more we know the more empowered & free we become to make choices that truly align w our values. . I think we are in a time where we have to push ourselves to our limits w/in our resources & boundaries. We have to make the nut milk YUMMY, so it’s a legitimate alternative to the store-bought, plastic packed. Great. UNTIL we learn more, re-assess & adapt. Maya Angelou said, “Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”💙 . The best we can, has to be our highest work. No more excuses. If we have the resources, we must make drastic changes. Our consumption is exploding, our waste is beyond control, plastic production is ramping up, our forests are burning, our oceans are cooking, our arctic ice is melting faster than predicted. It’s time to blend oats & squeeze out the plant milk.🙌🏽 . INGREDIENTS: . 1 cup oats . 4 cups water . 1/4 tsp sea salt . 1/2 tsp cinnamon . 1/2 tsp cardamom . 1 medjool date . RECIPE: BLEND, STRAIN, STORE IN FRIDGE. (3-5 days) If we care abt our health enough to eat organic veggies, exercise, etc. we must now ask more questions up along the supply chain. . We are ALL activists. We must be ever evolving. Committed. Adaptable. Not attached to one way, always open to change for the better. 😍💙🧜🏼‍♀️🙌🏽
DIY TOOTHPASTE - simply two ingredients that you can buy at almost ANY STORE. 😱😱😱😱#so #easy
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Subscribe to my youtube channel PLASTIC FREE MERMAID for all my recipes in video form or my newsletter at iquitplastics.com where I send recipes you can copy/paste. PS do you like this format??
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THIS RECIPE is great because it’s super cheap 🤑 & easy to make. The bicarb acts as the abrasive helping your toothbrush scrub out the food & plaque. .
TANGENT: toothbrush is the real champion here, along with floss! paste is not necessary, it is just another product marketed at us! why? it leaves our mouths minty fresh! QUESTION EVERYTHING ALWAYS! .
The second ingredient is COCONUT OIL, which is healthy in all applications. I use it for ALL things body related! 😃 It is antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal, anti bad vibes, etc. Mix the two, and VOILA you have paste. .
Today, to be fun, I added activated charcoal. This does not whiten your teeth, but it will blacken your sink, countertops, & everything within spitting distance! ENJOY! 🙃hehe. Charcoal is super porous, so it absorbs nasties in our mouths, so it’s still invited to the teeth clean party. THAT IS IT PEOPLE. .
Add a drop of peppermint oil if you want the minty fresh flav. .
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RECIPE: - 3 scoops coco oil - 3 scoops bicarb
- 1 scoop charcoal .
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watch the video for further instructions & mini lectures sprinkled in! .
I LOVE LEARNING HOW THIS WORKED FOR YOU! Please comment feedback & if you use this paste & if you experimented with other ingredients that worked better for you! .
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#iquitplastics #plasticfree🧜🏼‍♀️ #Plasticfreejuly #diy #toothpaste #toothpasterecipe #Plasticfreejulyrecipe #recipe #plasticfree #zerowaste #zerowastelifestyle
DIY TOOTHPASTE - simply two ingredients that you can buy at almost ANY STORE. 😱😱😱😱#so #easy . Subscribe to my youtube channel PLASTIC FREE MERMAID for all my recipes in video form or my newsletter at iquitplastics.com where I send recipes you can copy/paste. PS do you like this format?? . THIS RECIPE is great because it’s super cheap 🤑 & easy to make. The bicarb acts as the abrasive helping your toothbrush scrub out the food & plaque. . TANGENT: toothbrush is the real champion here, along with floss! paste is not necessary, it is just another product marketed at us! why? it leaves our mouths minty fresh! QUESTION EVERYTHING ALWAYS! . The second ingredient is COCONUT OIL, which is healthy in all applications. I use it for ALL things body related! 😃 It is antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal, anti bad vibes, etc. Mix the two, and VOILA you have paste. . Today, to be fun, I added activated charcoal. This does not whiten your teeth, but it will blacken your sink, countertops, & everything within spitting distance! ENJOY! 🙃hehe. Charcoal is super porous, so it absorbs nasties in our mouths, so it’s still invited to the teeth clean party. THAT IS IT PEOPLE. . Add a drop of peppermint oil if you want the minty fresh flav. . . RECIPE: - 3 scoops coco oil - 3 scoops bicarb - 1 scoop charcoal . . . watch the video for further instructions & mini lectures sprinkled in! . I LOVE LEARNING HOW THIS WORKED FOR YOU! Please comment feedback & if you use this paste & if you experimented with other ingredients that worked better for you! . . #iquitplastics #plasticfree🧜🏼‍♀️ #Plasticfreejuly #diy #toothpaste #toothpasterecipe #Plasticfreejulyrecipe #recipe #plasticfree #zerowaste #zerowastelifestyle
The other day I asked you WHY you were taking the #PlasticFreeJuly challenge. I want to know what moves you. Is it the oceans? Is it your health? Is it future generations? .
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This photos shows my original WHY. .
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10 years ago I learned that plastic is polluting our oceans and that it does not biodegrade, but instead it photodegrades into irretrievable microscopic bits that are then ingested by micro organisms. And just like that, we have plastic in the food chain. TEN YEARS AGO a horrified mermaid was hugely motivated to protect her filter feeding friends who were obliviously swimming along gulping big tasty swallows of salty sea water for nutritious tummy-fulls of plankton. It broke my heart that we were making them sick every time we used this plastic material. And my gosh we used this material CONSTANTLY. .
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I quit plastics for the oceans. I stayed off the plastics when scientific studies revealed the diseases caused by our exposure to plastics. .
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(check out Dr. @leotrasande for his latest research)
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The planet. Your fertility. Your weight. Your child’s development, IQ, attention span. The drinking water. Impoverished communities bearing the brunt of western waste. WHATEVER YOUR WHY, find it, and hold on tight. .
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We have big change to make to save the world! .
For me, swimming with big majestic beauties like this ocean wonder, there is no doubt that this world is so worth the effort. 💙💙💙💙💙Take action, however small. Never doubt that your impact matters. 💙
The other day I asked you WHY you were taking the #PlasticFreeJuly challenge. I want to know what moves you. Is it the oceans? Is it your health? Is it future generations? . . This photos shows my original WHY. . . 10 years ago I learned that plastic is polluting our oceans and that it does not biodegrade, but instead it photodegrades into irretrievable microscopic bits that are then ingested by micro organisms. And just like that, we have plastic in the food chain. TEN YEARS AGO a horrified mermaid was hugely motivated to protect her filter feeding friends who were obliviously swimming along gulping big tasty swallows of salty sea water for nutritious tummy-fulls of plankton. It broke my heart that we were making them sick every time we used this plastic material. And my gosh we used this material CONSTANTLY. . . I quit plastics for the oceans. I stayed off the plastics when scientific studies revealed the diseases caused by our exposure to plastics. . . (check out Dr. @leotrasande for his latest research) . The planet. Your fertility. Your weight. Your child’s development, IQ, attention span. The drinking water. Impoverished communities bearing the brunt of western waste. WHATEVER YOUR WHY, find it, and hold on tight. . . We have big change to make to save the world! . For me, swimming with big majestic beauties like this ocean wonder, there is no doubt that this world is so worth the effort. 💙💙💙💙💙Take action, however small. Never doubt that your impact matters. 💙
Let the plastic-free movement challenge you to grow! AND CERTAINLY CHALLENGE THE PLASTIC-FREE MOVEMENT TO GROW!! 👊🏽💥🧜🏼‍♀️
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My Sunday SHOP is up on my ig story. Find some fresh tips & plenty of rants there. 💁🏼‍♀️✨🌿
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I am back in Australia, which means I have to restock all of my jars with spices, seeds, oils, grains, etc. .
I am fortunate to live in a town with multiple stores that sell food in bulk. It certainly appears aligned w the zero-waste principles to scoop dry goods into cloth bags & glass jars. I oft gaze with pride at my shelves of jars imagining all of the turtles I’ve saved from buying bulk lentils instead of individual plastic bags. Overall it is true, we are reducing waste; however, the lentils still get shipped to the bulk food store in a huge plastic bag instead of small individual bags. 🤦🏼‍♀️Better, but still plastic! & certainly not zero-waste. Yet it is proclaimed as the holy grail of sustainable shopping.🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️
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My point is, we cannot just attach to one ideology or method as the forever solution. We must be constantly evolving & pushing for better systems. The point of the #plasticfreejuly challenge is to reduce our consumption & reduce the waste we create. We still have to be sovereign beings assessing all of the options, asking questions, doing research, discussing, so we can make the best informed decision possible based on the options available to us. Our approach will 100% evolve as we learn, as we grow, as our options get better! .
Greek philosopher Heraclitus said “change is the only constant in life.” Change is inevitable, so practice being flexible, open, & adaptive. Enjoy the plastic-free journey as it pushes you to grow & also PUSH IT TO GROW! Help zero waste evolve bigger, faster, deeper.
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For today, do your best w the options you have. If you have access to bulk foods, shop them & store them in jars. But also, ask if any foods come in reusable buckets or metal tins. 100% support those suppliers!! VOTE WITH YOUR DOLLAR ALWAYS. .
This is crucial because we with the resources to make these changes are the ones who can help drive down the cost & gradually make these options more accessible to all. 🙌🏽
Let the plastic-free movement challenge you to grow! AND CERTAINLY CHALLENGE THE PLASTIC-FREE MOVEMENT TO GROW!! 👊🏽💥🧜🏼‍♀️ . My Sunday SHOP is up on my ig story. Find some fresh tips & plenty of rants there. 💁🏼‍♀️✨🌿 . I am back in Australia, which means I have to restock all of my jars with spices, seeds, oils, grains, etc. . I am fortunate to live in a town with multiple stores that sell food in bulk. It certainly appears aligned w the zero-waste principles to scoop dry goods into cloth bags & glass jars. I oft gaze with pride at my shelves of jars imagining all of the turtles I’ve saved from buying bulk lentils instead of individual plastic bags. Overall it is true, we are reducing waste; however, the lentils still get shipped to the bulk food store in a huge plastic bag instead of small individual bags. 🤦🏼‍♀️Better, but still plastic! & certainly not zero-waste. Yet it is proclaimed as the holy grail of sustainable shopping.🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️ . My point is, we cannot just attach to one ideology or method as the forever solution. We must be constantly evolving & pushing for better systems. The point of the #plasticfreejuly challenge is to reduce our consumption & reduce the waste we create. We still have to be sovereign beings assessing all of the options, asking questions, doing research, discussing, so we can make the best informed decision possible based on the options available to us. Our approach will 100% evolve as we learn, as we grow, as our options get better! . Greek philosopher Heraclitus said “change is the only constant in life.” Change is inevitable, so practice being flexible, open, & adaptive. Enjoy the plastic-free journey as it pushes you to grow & also PUSH IT TO GROW! Help zero waste evolve bigger, faster, deeper. . For today, do your best w the options you have. If you have access to bulk foods, shop them & store them in jars. But also, ask if any foods come in reusable buckets or metal tins. 100% support those suppliers!! VOTE WITH YOUR DOLLAR ALWAYS. . This is crucial because we with the resources to make these changes are the ones who can help drive down the cost & gradually make these options more accessible to all. 🙌🏽

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