Thank you to all those who have joined us on our journey so far. As we start moving into the build faze of our conversion we thought we’d dedicate an episode to answering the questions we get asked regularly across all platforms (youtube, facebook and instagram) and in person. See links below for the episodes we… Continue reading Season 2: F.A.Q.
We couldn’t believe we were still working on the same jobs – cleaning the glue off the frame, rust removal and taking the seat rails out. Check out our previous blogs for day 12, 13 and 14 if you want to see how we did this. After much trial and error we found a good… Continue reading Bus Demolition Day 16: We Are Going Back to LA!
We dived head first into this new life by buying a bus, now we have to figure out how to fit into a bus and enjoy a life of minimalism. It was time to downsize again, but in a much more extreme fashion. Our plan is simple:Buy a busPack everything we own into the busGlamp… Continue reading Packing Up for Tiny Living
When we first started our zero waste journey, not only were we looking to reduce our plastic waste, but we were also looking financially at areas we were wasting our money. We were on a mission to save and put our money to better use. With our big plans to change our lives, watching our… Continue reading Saving Money While Saving the Planet
Everyone who knows me well knows that I like things to be clean and tidy. I’m also a small business owner and teacher, working long hours and cleaning up after a messy partner (who I love dearly, mess and all) and 3 cats. I’ve been a big fan of clorox wipes for their ease and… Continue reading DIY Non-Toxic, Zero Waste Cleaning Alternatives
Castile soap is a vegetable-based soap that has no animal or synthetic ingredients. It is a natural, non-toxic, biodegradable soap and it is very versatile. Castile soap gets its name from the Castile region which became Spain in the 1500’s. At that time the soap was made from the olive oils which are abundant in… Continue reading REthinking Soap – Recipe for Making Liquid Soap from Castile Bar Soap