Zero waste is not the easiest life choice in the world. And that was before there was a pandemic running rampant all over the world. Suddenly, everything around us had the potential of giving us a life-threatening disease. People were afraid of handling anything that wasn’t wrapped in plastic, stores banned reusable containers and the… Continue reading Zero Waste in the world post-pandemic
I haven’t written too many posts related to the current situation. I wrote about finding focus during a pandemic and challenges that make staying home easier. And like everybody else on Twitter, I learned how to bake bread. Unlike a lot of people, I’m incredibly fortunate: “I can comfortably work from home and neither my… Continue reading How will this crisis affect minimalism?
When you’re staying at home during the pandemic, only leaving once maybe twice a week to run to the store to get groceries, keeping your sanity can prove challenging. First, let’s acknowledge our privilege where we can stay at home, and maybe even work from home (as I’m doing). Let’s acknowledge how lucky those of… Continue reading Challenges to make staying home more interesting
This website is primarily a way for me to share my journey towards reducing my impact on the environment, reducing the amount of stuff in my life, etc. And so every post is either an idea I want to try, recounting of solutions I tried, or a recollection of personal experiences. In no shape or… Continue reading Finding focus during a Pandemic