Zero waste housewarming gifts I wish I’d gotten

Zero waste housewarming gifts I wish I'd gotten - Green Indy Blog

I’m moving into a 1000 square foot, 130-year-old house with nothing but the absolute basics. “How to create a zero waste house” is an ongoing series which will address different parts of the house and the best tips/DIYs/products for going zero waste. This post contains affiliate links. If you buy something through them, I may earn a small commission at no cost to you.¬† We recently moved into a new home and I’ve had several people express interest in sending me a housewarming gift. They’re kind of funny things, housewarming gifts: on the one hand, it’s a very kind way …

A zero waste coffee mug that pays for itself: KeepCup Review

A zero waste coffee mug that pays for itself- KeepCup Review - Green Indy Blog

This KeepCup review contains affiliate links. If you buy something through them, I may earn a small commission at no cost to you. I can give up going out to eat at restaurants. Or shopping for brand new items. But the one small, niggling thing I can’t ever give up (hey, we all have our passes – right? – whether we’re going zero waste or budgeting) is coffee. Yes, I make it at home, but sometimes when I’m out and about (particularly on one of my 16 hours out of the house days) I just really crave a fancy caffeinated …

Zero waste product review: J.R. Liggett’s bar shampoo

JR Liggett's old fashioned bar shampoo - Green Indy Blog (header)

This post has affiliate links. I may make a small commission – at no cost to you – if you purchase this item. Just before finishing up the last bit of plastic bottle shampoo and conditioner I’d been using, I set out to find a zero waste shampoo option that would work for my thick, sort-of curly hair. In the end, I settled on J.R. Liggett’s bar shampoo¬†(honestly, it was mostly because I liked the SHAMPOO font). I’ve been using it for about a month and a half now. Here are my thoughts: The pros of J.R. Liggett’s Zero waste …