This is the story of a young couple who are striving for a zero-waste tiny house lifestyle.
What does that mean? Not only do they live in a 133-square-foot tiny home, but they are lowering their impact on the environment in other ways too. See how in the video tour below brought to you from Jenna at Tiny House Giant Journey.
Mailyne is a single mom who’s passionate about reducing, refusing, reusing, recycling and rotting. She has all of the garbage she has created in the past year in one small glass jar, and she said most of it is stickers from fresh produce!
Mailyne uses glass containers and brings them to the store to buy her groceries. In addition, she makes her own toothpaste, potato chips and mouthwash. Mailyne even composts what she can at her friend’s or parent’s backyard because the place where she lives doesn’t have a composting option. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
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