The Tiny Zero Waste Kitchen
This two-session class will help you think through some ways you can embrace zero waste living in a tiny house, and I'm throwing in an additional session I call "Mennonite Clean". We used to joke that I could have the tiny house clean by 10, "clean clean" by Noon, and "Mennonite Clean" by 3. My Austrian was trying to figure out where "Guy Clean" fit in that list, and I'm really not sure. No matter what you call it, nobody really wants to spend a lot of time doing it!
You'll learn some helpful tips on taming the trash, which means living tiny MUCH more fun. Plus, since the space is already so small, it is important to achieve a non-toxic clean so that you don't overwhelm yourself and your housemates (especially pets) with potentially damaging toxic cleaning chemicals. This class will help you update your approach and leave the single use plastics at the grocery store instead of clogging up your limited tiny house cabinet space.
Carmen Shenk is an artist, entrepreneur and communicator helping individuals embrace purposeful simplicity, intentional self care, and empowering spirituality. She’ll inspire you to minimize the mundane aspects of life, in order to make space for meaning and contentment.
In the fall of 2014, Carmen and her handsome husband sold their busy restaurant, bought a tiny house, and hit the reset button on their frazzled lives. They lived in 125 sq ft for 3.5 years and currently share their 660 square foot smart, sexy, small house along with their business and passion projects.
Carmen lives with her handsome Austrian, who is a pipe organ builder and inventor, and their play-obsessed border collie, in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.