Green Talks Ep 35 – Meet Trashy sisters and join them in the mission towards sustainable living and eco awareness – Feat. Vidhi Adhikari

Reuse the past, recycle the present, save the future

Before I begin my post today, sharing an awesome news with you all. Praguntatwa Talks My Green Tatwa Talks is now listed in the top 30 Eco-Friendly Podcasts. The list is released by FeedSpot.        Check the List here.

Zero Waste Conscious Living

Zero waste-conscious living goes beyond simply reducing plastic waste and aims to minimize overall waste generation by adopting sustainable practices throughout various aspects of life. Here are some principles and tips to help you embrace a zero-waste lifestyle:

  1. Refuse and reduce: Refuse items you don’t need and try to reduce your consumption. Before making a purchase, ask yourself if you truly need the item and if there are more sustainable alternatives available.
  2. Reusable alternatives: Replace single-use items with reusable alternatives. This includes using cloth shopping bags, stainless steel water bottles, glass food containers, and fabric napkins instead of disposable options.
  3. Composting: Start a compost bin or vermicomposting system to recycle food scraps and organic waste. Composting helps reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfills while producing nutrient-rich soil for gardening.
  4. Choose package-free options: Seek out stores that offer bulk bins or package-free options for items like grains, nuts, spices, and toiletries. Bring your own containers or bags to fill up, reducing the need for packaging.
  5. Repair and repurpose: Instead of throwing away broken items, repair them if possible or find creative ways to repurpose them. Extend the life of your possessions by giving them new uses or donating them to others.
  6. Sustainable grocery shopping: Opt for local and seasonal produce to reduce transportation-related emissions. Bring your own reusable produce bags and buy from farmers’ markets or stores that prioritize sustainable and plastic-free packaging.
  7. DIY and homemade: Explore making your own products like cleaning supplies, personal care items, and even food items. This allows you to control the ingredients and packaging, reducing waste and minimizing exposure to harmful chemicals.
  8. Mindful gifting: Consider giving experiences, homemade gifts, or items that align with sustainability principles instead of traditional material gifts. Encourage others to embrace zero-waste practices by sharing reusable and sustainable gifts.
  9. Educate and inspire: Share your knowledge and experiences with others to raise awareness about zero-waste living. Engage in conversations, join local environmental groups, or start a zero-waste community to inspire and support each other.
  10. Embrace minimalism: Adopting a minimalist mindset helps reduce the desire for excessive possessions and promotes a focus on quality over quantity. Declutter your living space, practice mindful shopping, and prioritize experiences and relationships over material possessions.

Remember that zero-waste living is a journey, and it’s about progress rather than perfection. Start with small changes and gradually incorporate more sustainable habits into your lifestyle. Every step you take contributes to a healthier planet and a more sustainable future.

If you are wondering, how one can follow all the above steps and live sustainably happy, well then meet my guest in this episode of The Green Tatwa Talks

Trashy Sisters

Vidhi and Pritha Adhikari, are two young teenage sisters who have been living an imperfect low-waste lifestyle for the past few years. On their Instagram page titled – Trashy sisters you can find loads of tips on sustainable living, composting, sustainable fashion, and recycling. These like-minded sisters are doing their best for society by creating awareness for sustainable living. They were even featured on the Sunday Standard by the Indian Express and Last year on the India Today news channel.  They have a youtube channel with the same name where they share information about –

  • Trying to live more eco-friendly on a budget
  • Single-use plastic-free living
  • Composting
  • Making non-toxic multi-purpose cleaner (bio enzyme)
  • Experiments with vegan food 
  • Thrifting
  • Recycling etc.

Tatwa Talks

Altogether, In this episode of the #GreenTatwaTalks, let’s listen to the journey of these conscious Trashy sisters. Their activities in daily life and how they make use of each and everything they have at home. The kitchen is certainly their laboratory that helps them produce compost, bio enzyme cleaner, and facewash, within the house. 
So tune in and Join #PanchTatwaGirl along with one of the Trashy sisters – Vidhi Adhikari and move towards a more conscious and eco-friendly lifestyle. You can check their Insta page to follow her sustainability and conscious journey. She shares some really awesome tips, posts, and reels on recycling reusing bio enzymes, plastic-free packaging, and conscious living. 
Vidhi says, ” Don’t buy just sustainable, Be sustainable.”

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Without a doubt, sustainability is easier than you think. You don’t have to jump in by changing everything, start small to make the changes more eco-friendly, sustainable and a part of your daily life. 

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