Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Zero Waste Week at Frugaldom

Sunset at frugaldom wild camp
Waste not, want not… let’s all do our bit to reduce what ends up in the landfill and make the most of every penny we spend.

This week, we have been wild camping, repurposing an old log burner, picking home grown produce, knitting string dish cloths and taking cuttings from the herbs in the garden.

Read the first instalment of our Zero Waste Week here


  1. Two months ago I started few steps which follow to the zero waste lifestyle. I made my own fabric shopping bag. I buy only organic products which are wrapped with recycling wrap or are not wrapped at all. I also make my own shampoo and body lotion. I think that these are some small changes but I hope that they will lead me to one new zero waste lifestyle!

    1. Well done, Marta, it's all the little things that add up to making a difference. I can't see absolute zero waste being possible but as we pay for everything, wasting less helps us in more than one way. Good luck with your challenge and thank you for reading & commenting on Frugal Blog. :)


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