Sustainable living

Plantings to help keep bees & their helpful to tasty functions around, as shared via Sustainable Living

Shopping Saturday- Planning a wild garden

Personal life: I absolutely love plants. They all have their own benefits and I would love to start planting these, that help save bees. Who doesn't love bees?

Netflix is one of the first places I go when I’m ready to dig deep into learning something new. I am a huge fan of the documentaries section! Here are the 10 Netflix documentaries on sustainability and wellness that are at the top of my list.  Not gonna lie, there are few things I enjoy more …

10 Sustainability Documentaries to Watch on Netflix This Weekend

Netflix is one of the first places I go when I’m ready to dig deep into learning something new. I am a huge fan of the documentaries section! Here are the 10 Netflix documentaries on sustainability and wellness that are at the top of my list. Not gonna l

9 tips for living with less plastic - Less Plastic

9 Tips for Living with Less Plastic (infographic) (via Less Plastic UK) Make a difference with these 9 simple tips for living with less plastic, avoiding single-use plastic products will reduce your impact on plastic pollution

Learn more about superfluous plastic and how it's impacting your health and the environment. With some small changes you can reduce�

8 Way to Use Less Plastic

Learn more about superfluous plastic and how it's impacting your health and the environment. With some small changes you can reduce… Mais

50 Ways Your Home Could Save The Earth: Apart from the suggestion to use the microwave for more cooking, these are excellent tips!

50 Cost-Efficient Ways To Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

50 Ways Your Home Could Save The Earth: Apart from the suggestion to use the microwave for more cooking, these are excellent tips! - Home Fix Up Today

The ultimate Guide to Zero Waste Grocery Shopping from www.goingzerowaste.com

Ultimate Guide to Zero Waste Grocery Shopping

Starting a paperless kitchen is as simple as collecting a few rags and being willing to form a new, more sustainable habit. Sound doable? I'll prove it!

Baby Step #7: Start Your Paperless Kitchen

Starting a paperless kitchen is as simple as collecting a few rags and being willing to form a new, more sustainable habit. Ill prove it!

Personal Life: I chose this pin, because this info-graphic is very informative on what should be put in the compost pile versus what harms the environment.  It is important to take note of harmful items that will not decompose. I know I am often times guilty of throwing bones or feces in the compost pile no thinking it will hurt anything. A little bit of thought can go a long way.

Personal life: my dad's garden includes a section for composting and this info-graphic helps remind you what should and should not be composted.

Check out Living Off the Grid: How Much Land Do You Need? by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/how-much-of-land-do-you-need-to-live-off-the-grid/

Off The Grid: How Much Land Do You Need?

According to research by solar panel discount company One Block Off the Grid, a family of four that eats meat, dairy, and eggs would need around two acres of land to feed themselves for a year.

42 zero-waste habits for living green that will save you money #goinggreen #greenliving #moneysaving

42 zero waste habits for living green that will save you money

I chose this pin because it is serves as a reminder to strive to live green every day to help the earth become a more eco-friendly environment. The habits listed are also affordable!

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