I have been trying to do a lot of zero waste research and, I think I have gotten distracted almost every-time. I am sure you all understand how much time it takes to put a lot of research into a certain category... It took me months to learn about veganism and, I am still learning. I was wondering to myself is it worth my time to study this subject and, finding if it completely do able for my lifestyle. My answer is yes and, no. Although, the environment is number one I would say the majority of the people dwelling on our earth could careless. This makes it difficult to become zero waste. I know it is far from impossible but, I feel I would have to have my own house to really give zero waste a 100% go. I am still going to role with it bit by bit but, just like becoming vegan it is going to take awhile to understand it fully and, adjusting. When I decide I am going to commit to something I really go in head first so, I will not do that just yet but, when I do eventually have my own apartment, house, van what ever I decide to live in I would like to try this set up of 100% zero waste and, see where it gets me. Like I have said in previous zero waste post I do still want to support vegan companies so, I do not think I will ever fully be at 100% but, if I can work my way up to 25% and, go from there it will only benefit my environment. There are a few concepts of living that I will be discussing this week. First I will watch a few more YouTube videos and, post before I talk about them but, I would like to try different ways of living. Trying new "things" is important to me and, going beyond my comfort zone is something I have tired to embrace more in life. If I am never uncomfortable or not learning then I will never grow and, understand what form of living I would like to lead for the rest of my life. Three blog posts about different ways of living should be coming at you this week. Don't forget to check out my new YouTube Video below!
Have an enlightening and adventurous day,