Steph Osmanski

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New York  ·  Freelance B2C HEALTH and WELLNESS writer, blogger, and brand consultant. I explore skincare, self-care, & wellness while living vegetarian and zero waste.
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Turns Mason jars into travel mugs. NICE! Love this product name. *smiles*

Turns Mason jars into travel mugs. NICE! Love this product name. *smiles*

Healthy Paleo Coconut Flour Blueberry Skillet Bread | Keto-friendly, grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, yeast-free, high-protein, and low-carb! Super yummy and comforting on a cold morning, plus easy to make. #grainfree #healthybreakfast #paleo

Healthy Paleo Coconut Flour Blueberry Skillet Bread | Keto-friendly, grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, yeast-free, high-protein, and low-carb! Super yummy and comforting on a cold morning, plus easy to make. #grainfree #healthybreakfast #paleo

Here's our shopping checklist to make sure your life is 100% durable, reusable, recyclable and cleaner on the environment. To help you go forth and de-multiply your single-use plastics, here are some alternatives to cling film, plastic toothbrushes, wrapping paper, coffee cups and toilet roll...

Here's our shopping checklist to make sure your life is 100% durable, reusable, recyclable and cleaner on the environment. To help you go forth and de-multiply your single-use plastics, here are some alternatives to cling film, plastic toothbrushes, wrapping paper, coffee cups and toilet roll...

How to build a simple toolkit for zero waste, plastic-free grocery shopping | Litterless

How to build a simple toolkit for zero waste, plastic-free grocery shopping | Litterless

Detest plastic toys? Check out these natural, biodegradable children's building blocks from Japanese design company Mokurukku.

Detest plastic toys? Check out these natural, biodegradable children's building blocks from Japanese design company Mokurukku.

what to do with plastic once you've started zero waste

what to do with plastic once you've started zero waste