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Eco-friendly is the shit. Care and share your planet dude!

Just walked past this…

..and it gives me more faith in a sustainable city. Recycle through someone is both recycling and supportive - unlike throwing it in the bin. Good work local city planing - and keep it up! 🙂

Zero-waste preparation

Today we met up around 10 am and shopped bulkfoods at Paradiset, Swedens' biggest ecological food store. I had written a draft of food recipes that we will try to make during our Zero- Wasting challenge. Sweet potato soup with... Continue Reading →

What is environmental friendly?

Do I have to buy specific products – like only glass? Or do I look at how long it travelled to get here, and try just to shop near-produced? Do I prioritize raw food and avoid long processes that demand... Continue Reading →

The tote bag of awesome

I must admit I am a tad in love with my tote bag. Definitely one of the best tiny eco steps out there. My favourite, and most used one, is this beauty I got from my dear friend Faryal. Super... Continue Reading →

A tiny step of cloth

I´ve written it before, but changing to cloth pads have probably been one on the bigger tiny eco steps I´ve taken. And to be honest it is a bit of an adjustment. You must wash them, instead of just throwing... Continue Reading →

Wood in my kitchen

I´ve done it. I´ve introduced the second wooden cutting board into our kitchen. My first one have been with us a little longer, replacing the plastic ones. My partner is still using the plastic ones, but they´re on the way... Continue Reading →

A first tiny step

Also know as, the bamboo brush of awesome. I think I got my first bamboo toothbrush as a gift from my mom, mostly because its socially sustainable. The one I´ve got is one of those that donate one for every... Continue Reading →

My first tiny eco steps

Hi! I´m in the process of transitioning to a more eco-friendly life. This includes minimalizing my trash, using more natural and near-produced products, increasing reuse of products and simply finding alternatives to environment-consuming ways. In a short series #firsttinyecosteps I... Continue Reading →

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