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Zero Waste Pacific Northwest (@zerowaste_pnw) Instagram Profile Photo
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Zero Waste Pacific Northwest

Whipple Creek Trail

What can you teach your kids about nature? The possibilities are endless. But start every lesson teaching them about love. It is the foundation not just for efforts to save nature, but of our existence and purpose as people. . . . . 🌍 #zerowastemom

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Homemade Betty Skin Care

The slow down process and opening yourself to the connection that we hold with everything is life is beyond beautiful and overwhelming at times. Slowing down is the start... pause for a minute outside your office... pause for 5 in the driveway while the morning sun hits your face... pause for lunch in a park with the wind and a tree breeze. Pausing is the 1st step... mom

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The Wise Consumer

Las Vegas, Nevada

MOTHERHOOD & ZERO-WASTE LIVING: IS IT POSSIBLE? || Q&A with Jess Campagna, a mother to two little girls (aged 2 & 5) from Las Vegas, Nevada. @stitched.in.thyme 💚🌎See link in bio 🔝 to read her entire Q&A which is full of tips, lessons learned, and challenges she’s overcome when it comes to living sustainably while raising kids.⁣ ⁣ Q: What three things have you found to be the most challenging when it comes to living sustainably & raising children?⁣ ⁣ 1. One of my biggest challenges is ALL THE FREE STUFF. Kids are offered free stuff basically all the time (stickers at checkout, goodie bags at parties, trinkets at the dentist and doctor’s office, etc). None of it is really meant to last and inevitably ends up in our trash rather quickly. But explaining to my 5-year-old why the trinkets are junk and harmful to the environment is just a battle I can’t win. When she was younger, a polite no or leaving before it was offered seemed to work, but now that she’s hip to it, it’s a challenge.⁣ ⁣ 2. I can’t make everything from scratch. I can cut up veggies but I don’t have time to make hummus. It’s a balance between eating as much as we can fresh and preparing our own meals and snacks while also realizing that I can’t do it all and that packaged bars are a shelf-stable snack I can take to the park.⁣ ⁣ 3. And honestly, the mental load of weighing the many, many choices that we face as parents against not only what is best for us right now but also best for the environment and the future health of the planet. While it’s awesome that there are so many options now for living sustainably, deciding which to say yes to and what changes to make takes a mental effort that I don’t think is discussed much. One in particular, for me, is weighing the toxicity of vintage/used items with the manufacturing impact of new items.⁣ ⁣ (Cont’d Below).

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🌿Madelyn Rini🌿

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Say hello to the Zero Waste Kit! This is one of the easiest ways to start your zero waste journey! It doesn’t have to be anything fancy or expensive. Just items from around your home such as a fork/spoon, a rag, a reusable container, a reusable straw, a water bottle, a mason jar or stainless steel cup, and a bag! I usually add in a reusable ziplock or two! Keep these items accessible so that packing your kit takes only a few minutes. You may even want to keep some of these items in your car or purse for even more convenience 👌🏼 . . . Have you started using a zero kit? I would love to see it 👀❤️

Homemade Betty Skin Care (@homemade_betty) Instagram Profile Photo
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Homemade Betty Skin Care

Fall shadows, bright orange leaves and pumpkin cinnamon body butter🍁 Our most opulent body butter! Filled with pumpkin rich oil, cinnamon and thick Shea butter. Here only for a couple months for the fall season then gone. #zerowastemom

🌿Madelyn Rini🌿 (@plantsandpatchouli) Instagram Profile Photo
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🌿Madelyn Rini🌿

These two kids make me so proud! Everyday I see them engage in acts that remind me that I am doing a good job! The most recent being that we cannot go out in public and walk by “litter” without picking it up. We almost couldn’t leave a parking lot because Elias had to pick up and carry the litter. Moments like these are pure gold! This change we are creating. This systemic shift in lifestyle is not for our generation necessarily. It is to raise eco conscious business owners, government officials, citizens, and policy makers! It will not be immediate. We have the upper hand as parents! Our parents did their best with what they had and what they knew. But my goal is to forever be a student so that I can in turn be a teacher for my children! 🌿 🌿 So here is your daily reminder to keep pushing even when society tells you to stop!

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Zero Waste Pacific Northwest

Lacamas Lake

“Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where Nature May heal and cheer and give strength to body and soul alike.” -John Muir But what will become of these beautiful places if we don’t work to protect the earth? Renew your commitment to care for nature, to change habits even when it’s difficult or inconvenient. This beauty is worth the sacrifice! . . . . . mom 🌍

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