One alarming discovery I’ve had after doing a series of decluttering is this: I contribute a lot of harm to our environment in the form of waste—plastic waste, in particular. My desire to remedy this frustration led me to learn more about the zero waste movement, and I have since challenged myself to exert conscious effort in lowering my environmental impact, starting with my lunch kit.
Here are just some of the items included in my zero waste lunch kit:
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Part of my efforts towards living minimally is being more conscious with my saving and spending habits. My spending habits are all too familiar to me, but I don’t think I even have saving habits. What I do know is that I save what’s left of my previous paycheck, as well as the money I earn from doing commission work (which, admittedly, isn’t always big). This, of course, is not the ideal way to save financially. Budgeting is also a bit overwhelming for me, so I thought of starting small instead. I searched online for ways to save more efficiently, and came across a 30-day money saving challenge. I read through the prompts and thought they were doable and manageable, so I decided to take it on.
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