• Our Sustainable Wedding: Part III

    I have been taking a little break from the blog; life has been moving so fast, and the weeks are flying by. I can’t believe yesterday marks eight months since our dreamy, ethereal, snow filled wedding day. I am relieved the planning process is over, but I love reminiscing about our day. My first post was all

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  • Zero Waste Pups Part II

    Thank you everyone for the positive responses to my Zero Waste Pups post. This is one of the many industries that make it difficult to find zero waste alternatives. Living a zero waste lifestyle isn’t about perfection; it’s making a conscious decision to live less out of habit, and more with intention. Evaluate all of your

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  • Our Sustainable Wedding: Part I

    Wedding Photos by Allen Kent Photography (I’ll share all of my vendors in the next post) I am so excited to share our wedding planning story with y’all. I can’t believe we just had our six month (wedding) anniversary, and that last summer we were in full on wedding planning mode. No matter what size wedding

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  • Zero Waste Pups

    Family Portrait by Allen Kent Photography It’s time to talk about one of my favorite topics: Luna. She is our adventure buddy, and we love that she’s part of our family. If you have a fur baby, you know exactly what I mean! We try to make mindful, sustainable choices for our girl; and it

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  • Zero Waste Bathroom

    GIF via Package Free Our sustainability month has been so rewarding! I love sharing information about how we set intentions for our actions, and I appreciate everyone who has contributed their thoughts. Today, I am focusing on creating a zero waste bathroom. If you are new here, please check out my sustainable lifestyle basics and zero

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  • A Zero Waste Kitchen

    A couple of days ago, I shared our ideas and insights about living a sustainable lifestyle. Today, I am going to share everything we use for having a (nearly) zero waste kitchen. My advice: start out slow. Going zero waste is making a choice to live with intention, so start by cutting things out, and

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