About a year ago I decided to tackle my menstrustral cycle waste head on and be done with it, period. (yes, pun intended, lol). I have never been a fan, since the first day I discovered those pesky feminine products, of the waste I was producing every month and the health warnings that came with them. My monthly flow served with the potential side of Toxic Shock Syndrome was not appealing in the least. Which made my first menstrual cycle (and every one after that) more frustrated, anxious and guilty.
Since the Tiny House Movement began people have debated whether or no they could live tiny. Some try it and hate it and others swear they will live tiny for the rest of their lives. Yet the common question we seem to always get when talking about tiny is why do you want to live or build a tiny house? Well here is the reasons why we’re going tiny and why tiny is good for not only your health, but also the health of the environment too.
Over the last few years the trends of being green, environmentally conscious, eating healthy and well just about anything alternative to mainstream consumerism has been growing rapidly. More recently the zero waste movement has been growing a name for itself quite quickly over the last year or two and it is catching on fire all over consumerism. One of our favourites zero waste items popping up is makeup. A girl’s best friend (forget diamonds, makeup is where it’s at! lol) who we ladies have always been striving to find a better alternative in ingredients and also that perfect colour that we love.
Hello Everyone and welcome to our blog! This post is the first of many as we journey through the transition of becoming a tiny family in a tiny home.