Episode 59: Capsule Wardrobes

Part of Steph's Capsule Wardrobe
Part of Steph’s Capsule Wardrobe

Hi friends!

Thanks for tuning into the show this week. We’re talking about our experiences trying out a capsule wardrobe for a season this past fall of 2015. You can listen to the show through the player below or by subscribing to the show on iTunes. We also love to get ratings and comments on the show – it helps us reach more like-minded, wonderful people like yourself.

Here are some resources if you’re new to the whole capsule wardrobe concept, like we were:

We love the idea of the capsule wardrobe for a few reasons:

  1. It discourages mindless spending and consumption
  2. It encourages you to carefully choose quality over quantity
  3. It creates a sense of ease and comfort when it comes to getting dressed every morning (decision-free living!)

Tune into the episode to hear more about what we thought of this experiment and how we’ll be using this concept going forward.

And let us know what you think, in the comments below or on Twitter or Instagram.

Would you ever try a capsule wardrobe? Could you live happily with 40 pieces of clothing (and shoes!) or less?

Episode 54: Zero Waste Month

Zero Waste Month >> Guinea Pigging Green
Steph’s garbage for November

Hi friends!

Thanks so much for tuning into the episode this week. We loved this zero waste month experiment and we hope you’ll find it as interesting topic as we did. To listen to the show, just click on the player below, or head over to iTunes and subscribe!

Zero Waste Month >> Guinea Pigging Green
Laura’s garbage for the month

Listen to the show to find out more about:

  • how our zero waste month went overall
  • what are rules were for our zero waste lifestyle experiment
  • some of the biggest challenges we faced
  • how we plan to reduce waste going forward

I know Laura and I both learned a lot from a month of trying to live zero-waste. It was an interesting and inspiring challenge, and I’d love to try one again in 6 months time. Would you try this kind of challenge? Do you have any questions about how we did it?

Let us know in the comments below, or on Twitter and Instagram!

And thanks again for listening, we really appreciate each and every one of you.