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  • maera_beauty - maerabeauty @maera_beauty 17 minutes ago
  • Kat mana2 pon boleh make up 👍
Even dalam kereta ke, meja office ke, toilet ke..
#msc tersangat la comel dan senang di bawa ke mana pon.. Sampaikan kawan sebelah nanti mintak sikit nk makan plak 😁😁 Nak jimat postage meh order di Shopee 👇🏻👇🏻 http://shopee.com.my/sitihazariyahmohdyusof 
Nak pm WhatsApp pon sis on je 😉 🌸Sis Aza
📲WhatsApp: www.wasap.my/60175217116/cikazzamaera ❤MSC❤MO❤BB❤IPOH 😘😘😘😘 #MSC #LessIsMore #mesrawudhuk #halallagisuci #cepatdanmudah #maeraipoh Kat mana2 pon boleh make up 👍 Even dalam kereta ke, meja office ke, toilet ke.. #msc tersangat la comel dan senang di bawa ke mana pon.. Sampaikan kawan sebelah nanti mintak sikit nk makan plak 😁😁 Nak jimat postage meh order di Shopee 👇🏻👇🏻 http://shopee.com.my/sitihazariyahmohdyusof Nak pm WhatsApp pon sis on je 😉 🌸Sis Aza 📲WhatsApp: www.wasap.my/60175217116/cikazzamaera ❤MSC❤MO❤BB❤IPOH 😘😘😘😘 #msc #lessismore #mesrawudhuk #halallagisuci #cepatdanmudah #maeraipoh
  • Kat mana2 pon boleh make up 👍 Even dalam kereta ke, meja office ke, toilet ke.. #msc tersangat la comel dan senang di bawa ke mana pon.. Sampaikan kawan sebelah nanti mintak sikit nk makan plak 😁😁 Nak jimat postage meh order di Shopee 👇🏻👇🏻 http://shopee.com.my/sitihazariyahmohdyusof Nak pm WhatsApp pon sis on je 😉 🌸Sis Aza 📲WhatsApp: www.wasap.my/60175217116/cikazzamaera ❤MSC❤MO❤BB❤IPOH 😘😘😘😘 #msc #lessismore #mesrawudhuk #halallagisuci #cepatdanmudah #maeraipoh
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  • raisingminimalists - Becca 🌿Raising Minimalists @raisingminimalists 29 minutes ago
  • I am way late on posting about our success/failure with the Trash Talk February challenge, but that’s mom life!
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I have mixed feelings about our week. We started out really strong, but by the end of the week I became a bit disheartened. I feel like we have a strong system in place, we have a place to take our food waste thanks to @sharewaste, we recycle our soft plastics thanks to @redcyclebyredgroup, and we use our curb side recycling for our remaining recyclables. However, I really want to improve the amount of packaging that comes into our home, recyclable or not.
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As anyone with kids already knows, items easily creep back into the home and I am struggling to keep up! I know our biggest improvement could start with refusing, refer to @zerowastehome for the five Rs of zero waste.
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On the positive, I did identify some items we use on a daily basis that I can easily replace with more sustainable alternatives.
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- Cat food tins versus the plastic pouches - Rechargeable batteries versus standard batteries
- Butter in compostable wrappers versus plastic tubs
- Meat and bread picked up in our own containers versus prepackaged (I’ll write a post on our success with this in the future)
- Bandaids, we had lots of blisters from new school shoes, but I think we are past that now. My kids think they need a bandaid for every tiny scratch, so I’m trying to teach them that we don’t need bandaids 99% of the time.
- Cosmetics and toiletries, I don’t wear make up most days, but I would like to replace what I have with eco conscious brands, @elatecosmetics packaging is beautiful and totally guilt free.
- My husband and I have also agreed to switch out all of our shampoo, conditioner, body wash, etc. to something the entire family can use. I’ve used @lushcosmetics before and will also explore bulk options from @thesourcebulkfoods
- Dental Care, this is something I am really excited to talk about, but will have to wait. I have an exciting post coming soon 😊 thanks to the @thebrushcollective , go check them out!
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If you are trying to cut back on your waste I highly recommend doing a trash audit or trash challenge, it’s very eye opening! #zerowastehome I am way late on posting about our success/failure with the Trash Talk February challenge, but that’s mom life! * I have mixed feelings about our week. We started out really strong, but by the end of the week I became a bit disheartened. I feel like we have a strong system in place, we have a place to take our food waste thanks to @sharewaste, we recycle our soft plastics thanks to @redcyclebyredgroup, and we use our curb side recycling for our remaining recyclables. However, I really want to improve the amount of packaging that comes into our home, recyclable or not. * As anyone with kids already knows, items easily creep back into the home and I am struggling to keep up! I know our biggest improvement could start with refusing, refer to @zerowastehome for the five Rs of zero waste. * On the positive, I did identify some items we use on a daily basis that I can easily replace with more sustainable alternatives. * - Cat food tins versus the plastic pouches - Rechargeable batteries versus standard batteries - Butter in compostable wrappers versus plastic tubs - Meat and bread picked up in our own containers versus prepackaged (I’ll write a post on our success with this in the future) - Bandaids, we had lots of blisters from new school shoes, but I think we are past that now. My kids think they need a bandaid for every tiny scratch, so I’m trying to teach them that we don’t need bandaids 99% of the time. - Cosmetics and toiletries, I don’t wear make up most days, but I would like to replace what I have with eco conscious brands, @elatecosmetics packaging is beautiful and totally guilt free. - My husband and I have also agreed to switch out all of our shampoo, conditioner, body wash, etc. to something the entire family can use. I’ve used @lushcosmetics before and will also explore bulk options from @thesourcebulkfoods - Dental Care, this is something I am really excited to talk about, but will have to wait. I have an exciting post coming soon 😊 thanks to the @thebrushcollective , go check them out! * If you are trying to cut back on your waste I highly recommend doing a trash audit or trash challenge, it’s very eye opening! #zerowastehome
  • I am way late on posting about our success/failure with the Trash Talk February challenge, but that’s mom life! * I have mixed feelings about our week. We started out really strong, but by the end of the week I became a bit disheartened. I feel like we have a strong system in place, we have a place to take our food waste thanks to @sharewaste, we recycle our soft plastics thanks to @redcyclebyredgroup, and we use our curb side recycling for our remaining recyclables. However, I really want to improve the amount of packaging that comes into our home, recyclable or not. * As anyone with kids already knows, items easily creep back into the home and I am struggling to keep up! I know our biggest improvement could start with refusing, refer to @zerowastehome for the five Rs of zero waste. * On the positive, I did identify some items we use on a daily basis that I can easily replace with more sustainable alternatives. * - Cat food tins versus the plastic pouches - Rechargeable batteries versus standard batteries - Butter in compostable wrappers versus plastic tubs - Meat and bread picked up in our own containers versus prepackaged (I’ll write a post on our success with this in the future) - Bandaids, we had lots of blisters from new school shoes, but I think we are past that now. My kids think they need a bandaid for every tiny scratch, so I’m trying to teach them that we don’t need bandaids 99% of the time. - Cosmetics and toiletries, I don’t wear make up most days, but I would like to replace what I have with eco conscious brands, @elatecosmetics packaging is beautiful and totally guilt free. - My husband and I have also agreed to switch out all of our shampoo, conditioner, body wash, etc. to something the entire family can use. I’ve used @lushcosmetics before and will also explore bulk options from @thesourcebulkfoods - Dental Care, this is something I am really excited to talk about, but will have to wait. I have an exciting post coming soon 😊 thanks to the @thebrushcollective , go check them out! * If you are trying to cut back on your waste I highly recommend doing a trash audit or trash challenge, it’s very eye opening! #zerowastehome
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  • ashschellburg - Ash Schellhase-Burgess @ashschellburg 52 minutes ago
  • Our first take on Hiker Trash Vogue 🌿
What’s #HikerTrashVogue?!
I’m so glad you asked! 
The incredibly talented Tommy Corey (aka Twerk) thru hiked the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada last summer. Throughout his journey, he found his passion + love in photographing hikers in a high fashion manner. He started by asking hikers to pose with their gear or an object of the wild nearby (trees, plants, etc).
As he hiked towards Canada, his project grew, his work became more + more captivating, and he decided to expand his ideas into something bigger than himself. He began telling stories. He would ask hikers about why they chose to walk 2,650 miles, how their experience changed them, and many more interesting topics came about. Twerk decided he would make a book containing all the stunning portraits + intriguing stories from fellow hikers.
He’s now completed said book. Please checkout his page to get a tiny taste of how beautiful this book is. If you’re interested, the link in his bio is where you can purchase the book. It will be worth every dime. It will change your heart. 
Much love to you, @twerkinthedirt ❤️ Our first take on Hiker Trash Vogue 🌿 What’s #hikertrashvogue?! I’m so glad you asked! The incredibly talented Tommy Corey (aka Twerk) thru hiked the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada last summer. Throughout his journey, he found his passion + love in photographing hikers in a high fashion manner. He started by asking hikers to pose with their gear or an object of the wild nearby (trees, plants, etc). As he hiked towards Canada, his project grew, his work became more + more captivating, and he decided to expand his ideas into something bigger than himself. He began telling stories. He would ask hikers about why they chose to walk 2,650 miles, how their experience changed them, and many more interesting topics came about. Twerk decided he would make a book containing all the stunning portraits + intriguing stories from fellow hikers. He’s now completed said book. Please checkout his page to get a tiny taste of how beautiful this book is. If you’re interested, the link in his bio is where you can purchase the book. It will be worth every dime. It will change your heart. Much love to you, @twerkinthedirt ❤️
  • Our first take on Hiker Trash Vogue 🌿 What’s #hikertrashvogue?! I’m so glad you asked! The incredibly talented Tommy Corey (aka Twerk) thru hiked the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada last summer. Throughout his journey, he found his passion + love in photographing hikers in a high fashion manner. He started by asking hikers to pose with their gear or an object of the wild nearby (trees, plants, etc). As he hiked towards Canada, his project grew, his work became more + more captivating, and he decided to expand his ideas into something bigger than himself. He began telling stories. He would ask hikers about why they chose to walk 2,650 miles, how their experience changed them, and many more interesting topics came about. Twerk decided he would make a book containing all the stunning portraits + intriguing stories from fellow hikers. He’s now completed said book. Please checkout his page to get a tiny taste of how beautiful this book is. If you’re interested, the link in his bio is where you can purchase the book. It will be worth every dime. It will change your heart. Much love to you, @twerkinthedirt ❤️
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