Holiday Special: Rehabi-Tips for a Waste Free Holiday

We are taking a little break from the bus build to bring you this Holiday Special Episode and share some of the changes we have made in the way we celebrate Christmas.

Americans throw away about 25% more trash between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve.  The extra waste amounts to 25 million tons of garbage, or about 1 million extra tons per week.  It doesn’t have to be this way.

Watch the video to learn more about our Rehabi-tips for:

  1. Waste Free Decorations
  2. Rethink Gifting
  3. Feast without the Waste

The recipes for the Curried Butternut Soup, Granola and Mulled Wine we make in the episode are shared with our Rehabi-Tribe on Patreon.  Join our tribe to get all the details!

If you have any ideas or suggestions about how to reduce waste during the holiday period, please comment and share your thoughts! 

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We are making some BIG changes - attempting a major lifestyle makeover and we are bringing you along on the journey.

We started our journey as a 2-car, 3-cat, big-city-dwelling couple with hopes and dreams of
  • Tiny House Living
  • Organic Farming
  • Earthship Adventures
  • Beekeeping
  • Travel
  • and passing on a planet with clean air and fresh water to the next generations.
We hope that by sharing our experiences we encourage others to try small changes and that collectively, all of our small changes will have a big impact.

By Mela & Don

Mela and Don are sharing their journey as they make conscious decisions to live a more healthy, environmentally friendly life together.

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