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Instead of making a Starbuck’s run or stocking up on Pumpkin Spice K-Cups, try this delectable Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe at home. You’ll save at least $4 + gas money, and avoid generating waste from paper to-go cups, cardboard sleeves, plastic stirrers and ultra-wasteful K-Cups. Plus, you can make the milk/pumpkin mixture ahead of time, pop it in the fridge in a reusable container and have it on hand for a quick latte in the morning!Read More
9/25/2015 4:30 PM By Sarah How To's Sustainable Living
It’s time doing laundry came clean. The laundry room is yet another place in our homes where it’s important to be mindful of our choices—and how our routines may be affecting the environment. According to Procter & Gamble, the equivalent of 1,100 loads of laundry are started every second, every day in the US alone! Endless piles of clothes, expensive detergents full of synthetic chemicals, huge electricity and water consumptions—unfortunately, there’s very little to look forward to come laundry time…Read More
8/31/2015 9:52 AM By Sarah Guides Sustainable Living
Drought isn’t a new topic these days—and it affects more than just California. Changes in our global climate increase the risk of hydrological drought, causing moisture levels in groundwater, streams, rivers and other water sources to decrease.Read More
8/19/2015 10:12 AM By Sarah In the Press Sustainable Living
Here at reuseit, we advocate healthy, mindful living in all aspects of each and every day—and that means taking care of our bodies while also taking care of the planet. Whether you’re trying to drop pounds or simply just trying practice healthy, balanced nomming, being aware of and controlling the size of your portions is an essential part of a mindful lifestyle. Not only will it help you cut out unnecessary calories, portion control is also a great way to cut down on food waste, too! Read on to discover how to portion control the hassle-free, planet-friendly way—as well as some of our favorite portion control containers.Read More
8/11/2015 10:19 AM By Sarah Guides Sustainable Living
We’re a little embarrassed to admit it—but with school out of session, we’ve gotten used to everyone eating at home.Read More
7/30/2015 10:42 AM By Sarah Eco Tips Sustainable Living

Want to know how to reduce food waste? Cutting down the amount of food you and your family throw away is an important part of maintaining a sustainable lifestyle. Approximately 40% of the food created, processed and sold in the US is wasted, ending up in landfills where it will release methane—a greenhouse gas 21 times more harmful than carbon dioxide—as it decomposes.

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7/16/2015 12:49 PM By Sarah How To's Sustainable Living
Packing a waste-free lunch is easy! By changing your routine in just a few simple ways, you'll be able to eliminate single-use waste from lunchtime forever. To help you make the switch, we collected some of our favorites to show you just how simple—not to mention practical and stylish—a zero-waste lunch can be. Read on to discover our 5 steps to a waste-free lunch.Read More
7/14/2015 12:47 PM By Sarah How To's Sustainable Living
There’s so much to love about summer—it’s just the best! Here at reuseit, we’ve been soaking in our summer favorites, from spending lots of time at the beach to going to baseball games and summer concerts—and, of course, hitting up our local farmers market every Saturday.Read More
7/14/2015 11:10 AM By Sarah Guides How To's Sustainable Living
Want to find the perfect reusable bottle for you so you can kick your disposable bottled water habit? Glass water bottles are a sleek, sustainable alternative to single-use plastic bottles. In fact, they can be the most eco-friendly (and the most user-friendly) reusable option to sate your thirst! If you’re wondering how to select the best glass water bottle for you, your family and friends, read on to discover some of the best features glass has to offer.Read More
Balloons. Caps and Gowns. Greeting cards. Confetti. So much of what we associate with graduation, whether it be from high school, college, or kindergarten, is single-use. In fact, an orgazation called Greener Grads estimates that an estimated 80-100 million caps and gowns are currently sitting in landfills—enough to fill 25,000 garbage trucks!Read More
4/29/2015 11:06 AM By Mary Shea Sustainable Living
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