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Those Words ZERO WASTE

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Those Words ZERO WASTE

The words zero waste how do they make you feel? Does your anxiety heighten dose it bring on guilt or do you feel totally at ease with these words?  Or are you asking the question what exactly is Zero Waste?  Well first let’s look at the definition of Zero Waste from the good old free encyclopedia Wikipedia: Zero Waste is a set of principles focused on waste prevention that encourages the redesign of resource life cycles so that all products are reused. The goal is for no trash to be sent to landfills, incinerators, or the ocean. Currently, only 9%...

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Top 5 Plastic Free Kitchen Tips

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Top 5 Plastic Free Kitchen Tips

Plastic in the kitchen can be hard to avoid. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't try! While we might not be able to eliminate it completely, there are several ways we can cut down on plastic waste in the kitchen. Here are our top 5 plastic free kitchen tips.1) Switch from synthetic 'Chux' style scourers to compostable coconut scourers. While regular scourers are destined for landfill, coconut scourers are long lasting, naturally antibacterial and compostable at the end of their life. A great way to remove plastic from your kitchen! 2) Switch to reusable bulk food and produce bags instead of...

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Find out why we've been nominated for the Ausmumpreneur Awards and how you can help spread the Live Life Green message!

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Find out why we've been nominated for the Ausmumpreneur Awards and how you can help spread the Live Life Green message!

We’re only 6 months old but Live Life Green has already made its mark on the national stage. We’ve been nominated by our customers for the Ausmumpreneur Awards! These national awards recognise the best of mums in business across a range of different categories. But what makes us worthy of this nomination? Vote for Live Life Green in Category 7 E-Commerce at https://ausmumpreneur.com/2019-peoples-choice-voting Live Life Green was born out of challenges founders Vicki and Amanda experienced in their own personal journeys of sustainable living. Both have young children and questioned the world they were growing up in when they were...

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Plastic Free July For Free 🌱

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Plastic Free July For Free 🌱

Plastic Free July is in full swing. What started as a small initiative in Western Australia in 2011 is now a global event with millions of people participating across the globe. Plastic Free July does an excellent job at raising awareness of the plastic pollution crisis and encouraging people to make plastic free swaps and this year it's bigger than ever. However as popularity of the Plastic Free July movement grows, so too does the efforts of marketing departments seeking to cash in on the popularity of the event. Plastic Free July didn't start as a sales opportunity though, it...

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What do you do when you fall off the Zero Waste horse?

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What do you do when you fall off the Zero Waste horse?

Today we had to travel to Brisbane to attend an event that we'd been invited too. We'd only been invited to said event on Monday. That meant just over 24 hrs to drop everything, organise child care and make our way 300km south. Life with kids and business means that life is full of lots of unexpected surprises and I keep a Zero Waste Kit in my car boot for this reason. It's got all of the zero waste things that I use most frequently, like produce bags, cutlery and a tumbler, so that when life throws a curve ball,...

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