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Listed below are a few of my favorite things I use, including the tech I use to run this blog.  If I have not personally tried, like it, and or plan to try it, it’s not on here. Plain and simple. I will not recommend something I don’t like.

Zero Waste Home

Zero Waste Bathroom

Menstrual cup by Diva Cup
Menstruation underwear from Thinx
Leaf Shave razor
Safety razor
Bamboo toothbrush (The bristles are not compostable).
Deodorant, sunscreen, lip balm, soaps from Silver Falls Sustainability.
Sea sponge
Loofahs and loofah house slippers
Toilet paper made from recycled paper or bamboo from Who Gives a Crap.
Shampoo & conditioner from Plaine Products
Pumie stick
Pura D’or organic Moroccan argan oil moisturizer
Dr. Brenner’s hyaluronic acid serum for dark spots
Grandpa’s pine tar soap works great for eczema or dry skin
Natural wooden paddle brush
Soap saver
Vitamin D
Vitamin C
Wooden Soap Dish

Zero Waste Playroom

Wooden stool
Melissa & Doug mixer set
Melissa & Doug music set
Crate & Barrel pull elephant toy
Melissa & Doug tool kit
Ruggable rug
Pink polka dot bean bag
9 cube storage cubbies
Melissa & Doug puppet theater
Grey & white wingback chair

Zero Waste Kitchen

Dish soap
Glass sugar jar
Utensil holder
RTIC tumbler
Dishwasher detergent (see recipe)
Reusable drink boxes by Drink in the Box
Kitchen towels
Nesting cups
Wooden spork
Composting bin
Food waste countertop recycler
Dish washing brush
Coconut scrubber
Walnut scrubber
Steel coffee tumbler
Steel water bottle
Drip coffee pot with compostable or reusable filters
Little House Living (great household recipes)


Instead of buying a new product every few years, buy a product that lasts. Purchase one of these. They are more expensive for good reason.

Miele dishwashers
Miele dryer
Miele washer
Bottom freezer refrigerator
Standup mixer

Zero Waste Laundry

Wool dryer balls
Stain bar
Arm & Hammer powder detergent
Country Save powder detergent
Biz powder detergent booster
Portable washing machine (no electricity)

Zero Waste Nursery

You can see my entire nursery in this post.

Cloth wipes
Softbums cloth diapers – I highly recommend checking out their sales section for cheap cloth diapers.
These diapers have it all. See Kitchen Stewardship’s website for a full review.
Diaper sprayer – Charlie Banana’s diaper sprayer was easy to connect and is even easier to use.
Bottles – I received used Dr. Brown bottles from a coworker. This is the best kind of reuse and recycle!
Bottle labels – I use Stretchy Bear reusable bottle labels.
Wet bags – I purchased 3 Planet Wise large wet bags from Amazon so I could switch them out.
Baby soap
Prince Lionheart wipe warmer
Baby monitor
Ameda breast pump from Aeroflow through my insurance
Hand breast pump by Haakaa
Green Tom strollers
Good Faith toys

Ethical Clothing | Accessories

Kooshoo hair ties
Wear pact under garments
Frugi kids clothing
Rothy’s shoes
Aeon Row clothing
Devi Arts Collective jewelry

Sustainable Furnishings


My favorite things

Mohu Antenna
The Happy Planner
RTIC coffee tumbler
Copco tumbler
Purple Carrot


You can learn more about how zero waste cleaning supplies and recipes here.

Coconut oil
Dr. Bronner’s soap
Amish soap
Castille soap
Washing soda
Jojoba oil
Arrowroot powder
Essential oils
Shea butter
White and apple cider vinegar
Baking soda
Citric acid
Epsom salt
Vegetable glycerin

Delivery Services

Oberweis – Milk delivery

Brick and Mortar Stores I Shop

Fresh Market – Bulk shopping
Whole Foods – Bulk shopping
Sprouts Farmer’s Market – Bulk shopping

Favorite Online Shops

Amazon Subscribe & Save
Container Store
Kitty poo club
Bulk apothecary
Vitamin Shoppe
Stark Bros. Nursery
Thrive Market


iPhone 7
Lenovo laptop
iPad 9.7
Pela phone case
Toast Ipad case
Google products (docs, drive, calendar)
Get Pocket
Add This
Retail Me Not
Coupon Cabin
Tweet Deck
Gas Buddy
iRecycle app