Where Zero-waste Meets Mindfulness

The old me would’ve purchased readymade pesto sauce, but slow-living-influenced me starts from scratch.
This is my reflection journal, given to me by fishermen who embrace scarcity and inspired me to achieve a zero-waste lifestyle. Here I list the items I buy and those I dispose of to see where improvement is needed.
My favorite place to meditate is in nature, especially when the sun is setting.

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