Eco-Friendly Tips

Reduce : a first step to zero waste!

Reduce : a first step to zero waste!
Beginning a zero waste journey is very easy and above all, you don't have to buy new items to make the first steps towards zero waste.

Eco Friendly Shipping

Eco Friendly Shipping
At Atessa Boutique, we want to constantly review our processes to improve our sustainability and reduce our carbon footprint.In an effort to prese...

Waste me not

Waste me not
We all want to avoid wasting food but don't necessarily abide to it. We all have our reasons for not wanting to waste food. Whether it's because it...

Homemade Garlic Flower Pistachio Pesto (in reused Mason Jars!)

Homemade Garlic Flower Pistachio Pesto (in reused Mason Jars!)
Today, in a fight to reduce food waste, I wanted to share with you my homemade Garlic Flower Pistachio Pesto. This recipe is perfect for using all those garlic flowers that are not crunchy anymore but still very tasty. It is also a very delicious twist of a regular pesto.

3 Easy changes to avoid plastic

3 Easy changes to avoid plastic
Hey there! Are you ready for new tips to avoid single use plastics? Here are 3 easy ways to reduce your plastic consumption with no big compromise. Have you noticed the number of plastic bottles lined up on the side of your bathtub or in your shower? Shower gels, shampoos, conditioners,

First steps to being eco-friendly

First steps to being eco-friendly
Here are a few easy tips to begin your eco-friendly adventure: Bring your reusable bags to the grocery store This one should be a given in 2018....

What is Plastic Free July and how can you participate?

What is Plastic Free July and how can you participate?
Plastic Free July is an initiative which started in 2011 by a group of engaged citizens of Australia who care about our planet and want to encourage others to reduce their eco footprint. The challenge aims to create awareness of the amount of plastic we use and dispose of. The ultimate goal of Plastic Free July is to help us caring citizens refuse the use of single plastics such as straws, plastic cutlery, plastic bags, disposable cups and plastic water bottles. Want to participate and make a difference? 

Bye bye regular mail! Put your mailbox to rest!

Bye bye regular mail! Put your mailbox to rest!

Do you want to make a change for the planet but don't know where to start ?

There are plenty of ways to start making a difference with little to no effort on your end. As most of us, you must have a physical mailbox. Although the days of writing letters are (mostly) over, we keep receiving different communications through the regular mail and it creates a large volume of waste which will most likely end up in the trash.