Sign UP for Nomada Co email newsletter!

To get FREE shipping on when we launch the company and products, sign your name and email. 


SIGN UP and get exclusive INFO on our launch
SIGN UP and get exclusive INFO on our launch

123 Street Avenue, City Town, 99999

(123) 555-6789


You can set your address, phone number, email and site description in the settings tab.
Link to read me page with more information.


Plastic FREE July 101: Your six travel summer habits

Cindy Rangel


Plastic FREE July: Your 6 habits while traveling this summer


What is plastic free July?


In 2011, founder Rebecca Prince-Ruiz, began the Plastic Free July campaign in Western Australia to explore the issue of plastics pollutions in the oceans through a Churchill research fellowship. The purpose was to explore the impact of plastic use on the oceans.  Plastic Free July campaign focuses on bringing more awareness to the single usage of plastic and to refuse single plastic use on a regular basis.  Today, Plastic FREE July campaign has a tremendous 1 million participants in Australia and globally with an even bigger audience anticipation in 2017.  Schools, organizations, and individuals can participate with their Plastic FREE July registration.


So how can you participate?


1)    Go register here and it’s free.  They even have a tool box to help you out.

2)    Follow Beth Terry’s My Plastic Free Life Blog for inspiration: 100 WAYS to live a plastic free life.  She's is speaker and blogger on this topic.

3)    Travel Light as much as possible and cloth linens for packing, bags, etc.


4)    Read Zero Waste Home and go to Bea Johnson’s page where she gives tips on a zero waste home which is an excellent resource on zero waste home.

5)    Follow Kathleen Zero Waste Wanderess, blogger living with less trash/plastic for a travel perspective.

6)    Three must haves when traveling: 16 oz. mason jar, napkins for take-out or snacks, and 2-3 size cloth bags. These bags can be purchased or you can make them if you are in a crafty mood from clothes not being used or old linens. That’s it. Keep it simple as you travel. 



Plastic free shouldn’t be a burden but a new way of thinking about your impact on the world and the oceans.  I hope you try these 6 simple steps in your home and while traveling and comment below to tell me how your journey began and any stories that come out of your zero waste travels.


Feel free to sign up to my e-newsletter for more sustainable travel tips and behind the scenes development of my sustainable travel handbag collection.  I will be featuring more insider tips on traveling light. Plus, I will feature how the first product will develop with local experts in the city where I live, San Diego.  See how I talk to different players in the sustainable fashion fields as I take the necessary steps to launch my travel handbag business.  Customer feedback, giveaways, and feature stories on your travel journeys will be highlighted in the newsletter so don’t miss out and sign up for your dose of sustainable travel handbags and sustainable lifestyle.