Simplifying your grocery shopping

A few years ago, my new years resolution was to only go food shopping every 6 weeks. I wanted to save time, save money and reduce my food and packaging waste. In the first year alone, we saved over $4,000, reduced our packaging waste by over 90% and saved over 2 working weeks of time!
In this short video I share some of the big ideas that have helped me reduce the amount of times I go to the supermarket. It took a bit of figuring out to get me to 6 weeks (and I go into the full details in my book) but the best place to begin is to start by skipping a trip to the supermarket, which is what this video is all about.

I've also put a few of my favourite resources down the bottom if you're keen to dive in a bit more!
Get amongst it.

Further resources

Lockdown loaf: Chelsea Winter's super simple (no need for yeast) bread recipe.

Basic crackers: Easy water cracker recipe - zhuzh up by adding cheese, herbs, spice...

Regional Shopping Guide: A brilliant directory of stores around NZ that are making it easier to shop low waste.
Massive shout out to the amazing Hannah and Liam from The Rubbish Trip for pulling this together.

Head over to the home page to find more resources, upcoming events, Living Lightly the book and more...


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