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Zenful Zero Waste Course

All To Love's Zero Waste Online Course

What is the Zenful Zero Waste Course?

 

Zenful Zero Waste is an 8 week online course designed to give you all the information and tools you need to make your way towards a zero waste lifestyle.  We think the best way to make lasting change is little by little, so you can make the transition in your own time, “zenfully”. The course, however, will enable you to be zero waste within 8 weeks, should that be your desire.

 

When you buy the zero waste course, you will receive an email, which will include all the links to videos and written content on the All To Love site, that only course participants have access to. Every week will focus on a different area of your life, giving suggestions on how to keep the transition as zenful as possible. You can take your time or watch all the videos in one day! It's totally up to you.

 

We will cover your bathroom, kitchen, cleaning, clothes & homeware, traveling & parties, gifts & holidays, as well bonus sections around how to influence businesses and government organisations for those who want to take things a little further.

There is something to suit every lifestyle. For those who love a bit of DIY, we have some great recipes and options for making your own products. For those who don’t have time or DIY just isn't your thing, we have a selection of All To Love recommended retailers who are offering some amazing discounts just for those on the course.

 

It is important for us to make a zero waste lifestyle accessible for as many people as possible, so we wanted the price to feel really fair. For 8 weeks of exclusive video and written content, over £200 worth of discounts and access to Team Love for support, the course will cost you £88, which is only £11 per week! And, all magic numbers!

Why Zero Waste? An Education

A philosophy that endeavours to redesign the traditional linear economy and shape it into a circular one, leading a zero waste life aims to send no rubbish to landfills. The idea is to adapt current lifestyles and practices in order to model sustainable natural cycles, ultimately writing waste out of existence.


According to a 2018 report by Circle Economy, an estimated 90% of global raw materials do not make it back into the economy. While the incentive to reduce, reuse, and recycle form the driving force behind zero waste, it probes questions to do with responsibility: just how easy is it?

There are many ways to help begin one’s journey of living waste-free. 31-year-old Katie Finch, from Hove, UK, in collaboration with All To Love, has co-produced #ZenfulZeroWaste course to help transition people towards a cleaner lifestyle. “I have done so much research that I can share this with people so they don’t have to feel the overwhelm and stress like I did at the start. I want to show people how it doesn’t cost more, or take more time to live zero waste” she says.

All To Love is a pioneering movement dedicated towards the establishment of a sustainable and just economy. The course will be launched in September, and aims to educate about the reduction of consumption in general. "The underlying theme will be about changing your mentality and approach to waste, and altering your purchasing habits to be more mindful" she explains.

You can purchase one week at a time. BUY NOW for £22 and let us know what week you want. If you we don't hear from you, we'll automatically send you week one.

Frequently asked questions

What is Zero Waste?


According to the Zero Waste International Alliance - “Zero waste means designing and managing products and processes to reduce the volume and toxicity of waste and materials, conserve and recover all resources, and not burn or bury them. Implementing zero waste will eliminate all discharges to land, water, or air that may be a threat to planetary, human, animal or plant health.” Although you can think of zero waste from a perspective of business practices, it is important to understand that just like with a vegan lifestyle, by choosing to adopt a zero-waste lifestyle you are directly profiting businesses with zero-waste practices while also reducing the profits of businesses that don’t. While every decision that you make to reduce your waste makes a difference, the end goal of zero waste is a circular economy where no resources are wasted.




Is Zero Waste Cheaper?


Although zero waste living is great for the planet, there are definitely times that it isn’t great for your wallet. By reducing the amount of one-time-use items that you use, you will instead need to purchase high-quality products that will last much longer. For this reason, you will see an increase in the upfront cost of many products that you use daily. On the flip side, reducing your waste requires you to be more creative and frugal with anything that you buy. By buying clothes or furniture that is pre-loved, you will end up spending much less than you would have to buy these items brand new. Going zero waste isn’t necessarily easy, but any effort you make to reduce your waste is a step in the right direction.




How do I Start a Zero Waste Lifestyle?


Read as much as you can about going zero waste, we offer a zero-waste online course that is packed full of info as well as tips to help you transition to a zero-waste lifestyle with ease. Although you may not be able to completely cut out your waste instantly, you can start one step at a time by making note of products that you regularly buy and making adjustments accordingly. A few ideas could be using bamboo razors and toothbrushes, storing your meals in tiffins and jars rather than plastic containers, and getting a reusable bottle rather than purchasing plastic bottles from the shop. Although the idea of recycling may seem great, it is important to understand exactly how much of your recycled goods are actually reused.




How do Zero Waste Shops Work?


Zero waste shops have become increasingly popular each year and you may have noticed one opening up in your local area. Zero waste shops aim to reduce waste by using no plastic, buying products from suppliers that share the same values, and sourcing their items locally. If you are interested in shopping in a zero waste shop, make sure to bring containers with you. If you are considering a zero-waste lifestyle, it is also a great place to talk to like-minded people and find out more about how you can reduce waste.




What is the Zero Waste Movement?


Although reducing your waste is a great thing to do, the goal of zero waste is to move towards a circular economy where no resources are wasted. As more people join the zero waste movement, this, in turn, encourages big corporations to change the way they operate. With enough weight behind this movement, this will also influence the government to enforce regulations, helping us to move closer to a circular economy. Being zero waste is an extremely difficult task, especially with the current systems in place that contribute to a frightening amount of waste that ruins the habitats of many animals on the planet. The zero-waste movement has gained much more attention in recent years as evidence has shown that the rate at which we are consuming the planet’s resources is unsustainable.