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    THIS influencer has lived a "no-waste" lifestyle for a decade and claims she can fit a year's worth of trash into a mason jar - here is how she does it. Lauren Singer began living her zero-waste lifestyle in 2012 in an effort to align her values and care for the planet with her actions. 2Lauren Singer has been living a zero-waste lifestyle for a decade and can fit a year's worth of trash into a mason jarCredit: INSTAGRAM/trashisfortossers "I thought that caring was enough, but it turns out that my lifestyle was creating harm and contributing to the systems that I was actively talking about and fighting against," she told Insider. She immediately started her blog Trash for Tossers, where she details her transition into a zero-waste life. Years later, she founded her shop, Package Free, where she sells sustainable products with minimal packaging that can be reused, refilled, composted or recycled. She went viral after posting a YouTube video revealing that she could fit four years of her trash into a single 16-ounce mason jar. READ MORE LIFESTYLEFAMILY...
    THIS influencer has lived a “no-waste” lifestyle for a decade and claims she can fit a year’s worth of trash into a mason jar – here is how she does it. Lauren Singer began living her zero-waste lifestyle in 2012 in an effort to align her values and care for the planet with her actions. INSTAGRAM/trashisfortossers 2 Lauren Singer has been living a zero-waste lifestyle for a decade and can fit a year’s worth of trash into a mason jar “I thought that caring was enough, but it turns out that my lifestyle was creating harm and contributing to the systems that I was actively talking about and fighting against,” she told Insider. She immediately started her blog Trash for Tossers, where she details her transition into a zero-waste life. Years later, she founded her shop, Package Free, where she sells sustainable products with minimal packaging that can be reused, refilled, composted or recycled. She went viral after posting a YouTube video revealing that she could fit four years of her trash into a single 16-ounce mason jar. READ...
    The Dallas Stars recently locked up goaltender Jake Oettinger to a three-year extension, now their attention should be on Jason Robertson’s new deal. After a positive season in a difficult Central Division, the Dallas Stars had some serious roster decisions to address this season with restricted free agents Jake Oettinger and Jason Robertson, both of whom are expected to be long-term key pieces to the team. Oettinger had a solid second season in the NHL, before turning things up a notch (or two) and posting a 1.81 goals against average and a .954 save percentage during their seven-game first-round series against the Calgary Flames. With the 23-year-old showing what he is capable of achieving between the pipes, the Stars locked him up to a new three-year, $4 million AAV contract, leaving just one key piece left to sign a new deal. One that is expected to be significantly more in both value and length. Jason Robertson, who broke into the NHL in the second year of his entry-level contract in 2021, saw out his contract year with some stellar performances...
    Getty The Cardinals can replace a 3-time Pro-Bowler with one of the best remaining free agents. Rodney Hudson’s uncertain future has created a potentially debilitating hole at the heart of the Arizona Cardinals’ offensive line. Hudson could be headed for retirement and it would be difficult to replace one of the more accomplished centers in the NFL. Difficult, but not impossible. Not when there’s a pivotman with a pedigree comparable to three-time Pro-Bowler Hudson still available on the free-agent market. This tough and resourceful blocker would be a more than adequate replacement and add some oomph to the Cardinals’ ability to knock open holes in the running game. ALL the latest Cardinals news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cardinals newsletter here!Browns’ Castoff a ‘Perfect Fit’ for CardsJC Tretter is still looking for a new home after being cut loose by the Cleveland Browns back in March. It’s more than a little surprising the president of the NFL Players Association is still without a team. There’s a simple answer, according to Alex Sutton of Cards Wire: “Former...
    The rapid collapse of CNN+ was the worst possible start to the $43billion merger between its parent company WarnerMedia and Discovery. But it could also spell doom for the hundreds of journalists now clamoring for a limited number of jobs going at the broadcasting behemoth. CEO Chris Licht, who does not officially take over until May 2, tried to assure them they will get opportunities to apply for roles at Warner Bros Discovery. Yet a stream of them have already been posting on social media hinting they are looking for jobs elsewhere or taking redundancy. Meanwhile speculation is already mounting over what will happen to the titanic figures CNN+ lured on huge contracts to face the app. Chris Wallace, Sara Sidner, Audie Cornish, Kasie Hunt and Brian Stelter are among the stellar cast to have been left in the lurch. Wallace is hotly tipped for a new role at the cable news mothership, with his longform interviews proving a hit with the streaming service's limited viewership. Sidner also appeared to be a success during her brief time hosting Big Picture and could...
    A SELF-CONFESSED cougar has hit back at online trolls who say she will one day be embarrassed when looking at her videos. TikTok user @scratte0422, from the US, who can be seen flaunting her toned figure in a black sheer top with her bra peeking through, shared a video alongside a caption which read: ''Respect and disrespect goes both ways…'' 3Her videos have amassed her over one million likes on the social media giantCredit: TikTok/scratte0422 3The fit cougar regularly shares snaps of herself in figure-hugging outfitsCredit: TikTok/scratte0422 ''I don't know who needs to hear this but don't disrespect me and then put boundaries on how I can disrespect you,'' the fit cougar, whose real name is Scratte, could be heard lip-syncing. Although her videos have amassed her a notable following of close to 130,000 TikTok users, not everyone's become a fan, with some saying she will be ''super embarrassed'' about the clips in the future. In one such video, the 49-year-old was stood in her bedroom posing in front of her camera and a bright ring-light, rocking a tight top...
    Matild Palace. Maltid Palace/The Luxury Collection Matild Palace in Budapest, Hungary, has been transformed into a hotel by The Luxury Collection. The palace was built 120 years ago and was developed under the patronage of a German princess to serve as a social hub.  The hotel has a secret rooftop bar named after the princess, which will be open to the public from July 22. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    MI5 have released a series of comical job application letters they have received from children across the UK determined to become the agency's next top spies. The letters, which were shared on the organisation's Instagram page, offer a glimpse of the country's aspiring spies hoping to become a part of the secret service. Among the comical letters, was one from a ten-year-old child who tried to convince the agency's recruitment team they were a 'master of disguise' and another from an eight-year-old who proudly claimed: 'I keep very good secrets'. In a post on Instagram, the agency wrote: 'Did you know MI5 regularly receives letters from children across the UK who are interested in our work? MI5 took to Instagram to reveal a series of comical job application letters they have received from children across the UK One eight-year-old told the spy agency's recruitment team that they kept 'very good secrets' and were 'trustworthy' 'We are deeply grateful for the support of the British public, especially those who may want to join us in the future...
    “Pokemon Go” is secretly a fitness app. If you look beyond the cuteness of Pikachu and the simple battle mechanics, few games are more effective at getting players off the couch. That’s part of the game’s mission. It pushes players to go outside and explore their community. For me, that has led to a deep dive into running as a symbiotic hobby. “Pokemon Go” has turned me into a runner but I’m not a serious one. I don’t try for personal records or push myself to run a marathon. All I do is jog around my city hunting for pocket monsters. That’s what makes “Pokemon Go” running different. The motivation comes from catching them all, and the game offers several ways to do that. You can run over to a Pokemon Gym to do a raid. You can spot a rare Pokemon on the radar and walk over to it. Those opportunities have nudged people to exercise. According to a study found in the National Institutes of Health, the game “leads to significant increases in physical activity over a period...
    Boeing 737 Max completes 1st passenger flight since grounding Floods kill nine in southern Thailand Murray can still compete against top guys, says former coach By Sudipto Ganguly © Reuters/John Sibley FILE PHOTO: AEGON Championships MUMBAI (Reuters) - A fit Andy Murray could still be competitive against top players and tennis fans should consider themselves lucky still to be able to see the three-time Grand Slam champion in action, the Briton's former coach Daniel Vallverdu has told Reuters. Venezuelan Vallverdu currently coaches three-time Grand Slam winner Stan Wawrinka who crushed former world number one Murray 6-1 6-3 6-2 in the opening round of this year's French Open. It was Murray's joint-worst loss at a Grand Slam and came on his return to the claycourts at Roland Garros after a three-year absence, during which he has had two major hip surgeries. The heavy loss prompted seven-time Grand Slam champion Mats Wilander to suggest that Murray should consider whether he has the right to accept wildcards into majors at the expense of emerging young players. "It's pretty amazing what he's doing,...
    Biden on the trail, Hurricane Laura aftermath, MLB trade deadline: 5 things to know Monday Saudi retailer BinDawood to list 20% of company on the kingdoms Tadawul exchange Distance Learning Can Fit Into Your Back-to-School Budget For many students, “going back to school” this fall could be just a figure of speech. © Getty Images U.S. parents are planning a record-high budget for back-to-school shopping this year, in part to get set up for distance learning. As the pandemic persists, the decision about whether to allow in-person learning or keep classrooms closed is coming down to the wire. The possibilities of distance learning are influencing how much families anticipate spending on back-to-school purchases. Load Error Parents with children in elementary school through high school plan to spend a record $789.49 on average this year, according to an annual survey conducted in early July by the National Retail Federation. This is up from last year’s $696.70. “As consumers get more information on how their specific school is operating and how classes will take place, they might adjust those budgets...
    By LAUREN SCHWAHN of NerdWallet For many students, “going back to school” this fall could be just a figure of speech. As the pandemic persists, the decision about whether to allow in-person learning or keep classrooms closed is coming down to the wire. The possibilities of distance learning are influencing how much families anticipate spending on back-to-school purchases. Parents with children in elementary school through high school plan to spend a record $789.49 on average this year, according to an annual survey conducted in early July by the National Retail Federation. This is up from last year’s $696.70. “As consumers get more information on how their specific school is operating and how classes will take place, they might adjust those budgets a little bit,” says Katherine Cullen, senior director of industry and consumer insights at the NRF. Here’s how to tailor your spending for distance learning amid the uncertainty. EXPECT EXTRA PURCHASES This year’s back-to-school list may feature items you haven’t had to shop for in the past. Students attending school virtually — whether part-time or full-time — will likely...
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