The influencer has been living a “no trash” lifestyle for ten years. And claiming that she could put a year’s worth of trash in the mason jar – here’s how she did it.
Lauren Singer started a trash-free lifestyle in 2012 in an effort to adjust her values and take care of the world through her actions.
“I think caring is enough. But it turned out that my lifestyle was dangerous and contributed to the system I was talking about and actively fighting,” she told Insider.
She immediately started blogging Trash For Tossers, detailing her transition to a worthless life.
Years later, she founded her own shop, Package Free, where she sells sustainable products with minimal packaging that can be reused, refilled, composted or recycled.
She went viral after posting a YouTube video revealing she could fit a four-year-old trash can into a single 16-ounce mason jar.
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The singer starts her day with her homemade biodegradable bamboo toothbrush and homemade toothpaste using coconut oil, baking soda and essential oils.
in her morning routine Singer will dump her compost at a local composting site before working out at the eco-friendly studio for her Pilates.
For food, Singer buys groceries at her local farmer’s market or grocery store. which she often does This ensures that she always has the freshest produce.
The singer mostly buys fruits and vegetables. However, chicken is the only animal product she buys for her dog Rose.
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when she goes shopping Singer likes to shop at second-hand stores and do laundry using homemade detergents.
Singer says her routine isn’t much different than anyone else’s unless she makes conscious choices about what she buys. and prioritize recycling and composting.
she said anyone You can do this too by considering where the waste comes from and choosing to reduce it.
“The average American makes four and a half pounds of waste per day. So anything going closer to zero will have a positive impact,” she said.
She shares recipes and tips for her routine on Instagram TrashIsForTossers. which she has more than 350,000 followers
According to her blog, Trash is For Tossers is “a place for readers to get information and tools to reduce waste and live in harmony with their environmental values.”