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It was requested to show what supplies I have been using with my transition to zero waste.This is what I have so far! I will say my transition to zero waste has not been easy. I love suggestion and things that that can better this minimal waste journey. Leave some suggestion of what videos you guys want to see next in the comments. xx
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Lamy Fountain Pen:
Ink and Ink refill converter:


Eco Highlighters:

(or buy single pencil from their website)

Paper folders:
I was unable to find the ones that I have, but here are some similar ones


Refillable water bottle: Hydro Flask 32 oz

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Celia M says:

You look like Hannah from the Netflix show, Dark. Just a little younger. The actress’s name is Maja Schöne.

Dilan Tunç says:

Zero waste of words. Stop talking too much

anne g says:

I use an additional Lamy with a bright colour for a highlighter, like pink or a really pale blue. You can even get an ink that's highlighter coloured (Noodler's brand ink has several options). Mind you, if the pages have glossy paper or paper that doesn't absorb ink well, highlighter pencils are definitely the better option.

Ashley links says:

Samsung tab a 10.1 with spen is just like iPad Pro but comes with the stylus and wayyyy cheaper

marty pride says:

Nice Video! Would you say the hydroflask fits comfortably in the Kanken?

Bleachismyfrien d says:

4:25 I think you’re confusing felt tip pens for fountain pens lol

Caroline Courtney says:

I have this thing called a rocketbook, it's a notebook that you can erase with water. You have to buy special pens for it, which I guess goes against the whole reusable pens thing but it's still cool.

Georgia S. says:

A pedanting note on fountain pens: They won't EXPLODE. If they have ink in them and are stored ink up, while you're on an airplane flight, they'll leak because of pressure changes and probably make a mess – that's about it. Also, unless you're some rough paper they should be smooth. Either the nib tines are misaligned (you can easily fix that with touching them of a nail file – google it) and snag the paper while you're writing leading to a scratchy feeling, or you're putting too much pressure (you don't need any with them – gravity alone's enough for them).

Fountain pens are great. Their only fault is in lesser convenience.

– yours truly, an offended fountain pen obsessive

Self Made Geek says:

For notebooks you can get Decomposition notebooks, they're the same as composition notebooks but it's made from recycled paper and printed with soy ink, plus there's some really cool covers.

MyVeganExperiment says:

I just keep watching your videos and get so distracted by how beautifu you are!!

Silver Mustache says:

What do you do when you are going to an event, like a potluck, but know there will only be disposable plates and you can’t bring something like a ceramic plate?

Amanda Round the Globe says:

love this video! I'll have to look into getting that pen! thanks for sharing xoxo

utopiaconsumed says:

I have the re-kanken however after a year it completely lost its shape 🙁

Paola Olaez says:

What I do with the sheets of paper is simply to use the white sheets of the previous prints or works on the other side, a lot of sheets are only used on one side and although it is not a totally zero waste option it is also very good way to give another use to something that would be discarded

Daisy says:

f-yall-raven kon-kan backpack 🙂

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