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Waste Warriors

A single mason jar — that’s how much trash Bea Johnson, her husband Scott and their teenage sons Max and Leo produce in a year. Dubbed ‘the priestess of waste-free living’, Bea, a French native who transplanted to California, has inspired millions around the world to adopt her zero waste lifestyle, in which she sends virtually nothing to landfill. 1,041 more words

Towards Zero Waste

Zero-waste shopping

Zero-waste shopping can mean a number of things: buying articles designed to last, eg, good-quality T-shirts that last for years rather than cheap ones that lose their shape after a couple of washes; buying secondhand from charity shops, … 162 more words


Update on A Resolution

As part of my new year’s resolutions, I am working on reducing my clothing purchases and focusing on second hand when I need to. 225 more words

Green City Living

5 Tips for a Sustainable Spring Cleaning

20 March 2018 is officially the first day of Spring. To mark this day, we have created 5 tips for you to follow to achieve a sustainable spring cleaning. 562 more words

Tips, Tricks, And DIY

SPH Magazines to reduce workforce by 20 per cent

(Source: sg.news.yahoo.com)

SPH Magazines will reduce its work force by about 20 per cent, as the magazine arm of Singapore Press Holdings embarks on a major restructuring exercise. 200 more words

Current Affairs

Diggin in the dirt

Spring is finally showing it’s face around here! I spent most of the day Saturday moving the mulch out of the way and planting some things in my garden. 241 more words

My Starting Point: Plastic Bags

I have known for the longest time that plastic bags are bad. Plastic contains harmful chemicals, plastic bags end up in oceans and are dangerous to marine life, and plastic is not biodegradable, meaning that all the plastic on the earth will be around for thousands of years! 519 more words