Zeroish was created by three moms in Minnesota who were inspired by the zero waste movement. We wanted to reduce our household waste but couldn’t see how. With kids, budgets, and cellophane-wrapped produce everywhere, was it possible for a Midwestern family to go zero waste? Or at least zeroish?
In 2018 we decided to find out.
This blog grew out of our belief that sustainable living is for everyone. We don’t all have access to the money, time, and resources that make it easy to go green. But there are tons of super important things we can do that:
- are good for the environment
- make us happier + healthier
- don’t require a second (or third) job or a 48-hour day to accomplish
So while we chronicle our zeroish challenges, we’re here to help you plan and implement your own.
From zero waste hacks to spotlights on people being kind to the Earth, we’re here to inspire and support a movement of environmentalists that includes everyone.
Ready to join us? Here’s what you can do…
- Follow along on Facebook for our zeroish challenge updates, interviews with people who are living sustainably, and guides to zero waste shopping and dining in the Twin Cities.
- Check out Instagram for unglamorous photos of zero waste kitchens, minimalist spaces, and sustainable finds.
- Sign up for our newsletter and get access to our free library of checklists, tip sheets, and ebooks to fulfill your own zeroish goals.
- Check out our Pinterest boards on topics like zero waste grocery shopping, minimalism, and living simply with kids.
- Write for us! We’re always looking for submissions to our Real Life interview series. Do you have a tip to help people go green? Are you living more sustainably than before? Tell us about it at firstname.lastname@example.org.