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Simple Products to Help You Waste Less in 2018

Simple Products to Help You Waste Less in 2018

"Any harm done to the environment, therefore, is harm done to humanity." - Pope Francis

Over the past couple years I have been making an effort to be less wasteful. Our environment is clearly hurting which at times can really get me down. When you do the research it is hard to feel like there is anything we can do. But, there are simple swaps that will help you create less waste this year. Here are a few products I've recently been gifted that work wonderfully and reduce your environmental impact. 

Wool Dryer Balls

These little guys are great, especially considering I'm allergic to the dyes and fragrances used in dryer sheets. These dryer balls help your laundry dry faster, leave it feeling soft and mean that you won't be throwing out tons of dryer sheets!

 

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Reusable K-Cups

When I started working in an office I realized just how many K-Cups were being tossed out everyday at our office alone. Cut back on your plastic waste and get your caffeine kick by using this affordable gadget. This will save you money and cut down on trash, what could be better? 

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Silicone Baking Mats

My mom has used these for years and after getting one a few months ago I understand why. These make both cooking and cleaning so much easier. Food doesn't stick to these mats and they make cleaning up a breeze. Plus, you won't be tossing out parchment paper and aluminum foil when you're done. 

 

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Bees Wax Wraps

These little guys were on my Christmas list and I was lucky enough to receive a few. Using the warmth of your hands these replace plastic wrap and aluminum foil and cover up your food. These are said to last about a year and are a simple way to cut back on trash. 

 

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