Sustainable Swaps in the Kitchen

January 30, 2020

Sustainability is an important part of life. I believe we have a responsibility to ourselves, our homes, and to our planet. Here are a few small ways I’ve implemented sustainable swaps in my kitchen.


Before I share my swaps, I have to let you know where I shop. My products are shipped monthly from Grove Collaborative and I’m thankful that they have so many sustainable swaps for me to choose from. I love that I can customize every order and skip an order if I don’t need anything. It’s so convenient.


My favorite sustainable swap was switching from plastic to reusable glass cleaning bottles. Not only can I use these Grove bottles to make my homemade cleaning recipes, but I no longer have wasteful plastics to worry about.


My simplest sustainable swap was switching from paper towels to microfiber cloths. It was easy and inexpensive. I keep a basket full of microfiber cloths under my kitchen sink. Anytime I have a spill, I simply grab one!


Here are a few more sustainable swaps that you can implement this year:

  • 100% recycled plastic trash bags *
  • Metal or bamboo straws *
  • Stainless steel water bottles *
  • Reusable food wraps *
  • Reusable coffee cups
  • Cloth napkins 
  • Bulk food instead of single packaged
  • Mason jars instead of plastic containers

*You can find these products at Grove Collaborative.


To help you implement a more sustainable life, Grove Collaborative is graciously offering a FREE sustainability kit to all new customers who spend $20. 

You get all of this:

  • 100% Recycled Plastic Trash Bags
  • Glass Hand Soap Dispenser
  • Gel Hand Soap
  • 2 Walnut Scrubber Sponges
  • White Flour Sack Towel
  • Free shipping

As a sweet bonus, if you spend $39, you’ll get this white stoneware sink tray as well! I love it so much.


Let’s come together and be more mindful of the products we use in our homes. Every purchase makes a difference and collectively we can make a big impact on the planet. 


Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post by Grove Collaborative®. All opinions are my own & I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe my readers will enjoy. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Please click here for full disclaimer.

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