Imagine living in a manner that future generations would be proud of..

Imagine being part of the solution that restores balance on the Earth....

Imagine creating change by simply inspiring others via the way you live...

Imagine never having to go to a supermarket again....

Well, all of that is possible, and more…


Hey, I’m Karla and I’ve been super passionate about sustainable living for years and finding solutions for leaving a lighter footprint on the Earth.

I remember what it was like when I first got educated on the issues the planet is facing and feeling totally overwhelmed with where to start.

I want to break down those barriers for others by encouraging and inspiring them to take one empowered step at a time.

I am turning my life’s knowledge and wisdom into a series of workshops and e-Books.

I would love you to join me in creating a lifestyle that is rewarding and fulfilling, improves human and environmental health, and helps to restore balance and respect to this beautiful planet we’re lucky enough to call home.


The Earth Girl Lifestyle revolves around Reducing Waste, Improving Health, Using Intuition, Sourcing Natural & Working with Nature.

It’s merging old school back to basics living with new world ingenuity. Living this way comes down to a lifestyle based on Simple, Effective and Convenient Solutions… that don’t cost the Earth.

What is Zero Waste Living?

What is Zero Waste Living?

  See these bins? My whole life revolves around putting as little as possible into them. Yep, including the recycling bin. This is known as a Zero Waste Lifestyle and is based on eliminating single use packaging as much as possible.   Why? Because there is...




Zero Waste Living Made Easy teaches you Simple, Effective and Convenient everyday solutions to help you reduce waste in your life.


Zero Waste Living Made Easy is an online course that will provide you with:

  • Access to a members only website which is a one-stop shop for your Zero Waste Living Education, Resources, Recipes and more
  • Access to a private Facebook Group for Networking, Knowledge Sharing and Empowering each other
  • Recieve regular emails which break down each topic into achievable behaviour change goals

    When will it be available? 

    • I’m currently developing the program and look forward to releasing it to the world soon. Please register your interest below

      What type of waste?

      Everyday waste that you’d put in your kerbside rubbish and recycling bins, particularly single use items and goods that have been created for one use before being disposed of. They can be made from non renewable synthetic materials such as plastics, or from renewable materials such as paper or cardboard.


      Why is single use waste a problem?

      In the greater scheme of things single use plastics are a bigger problem than waste made from renewable resources.

      Plastic is a wonderful modern day invention that has been designed to last the test of time. Did you know each piece of plastic that has ever been created still exists? And did you know plastic is made from oil? Which is made from ancient plankton that died millions of years ago, which is not self renewing. Yep, that’s why it’s not sustainable.

      Plastics have their place in the world, but they should be used responsibility for items that have a greater life span than one use. The Earth is currently getting littered at an alarming rate, which is causing havoc in our food chain via pollution, and is damaging the health of animals, humans and the environment.

      Single use items from renewable resources are less concerning from a health perspective, however it can still be questioned if they’re necessary when more sustainable reusable options are available. Think serviettes, straws, paper bags etc.


      But what about recycling?

      Recycling is great in theory, but in reality isn’t a reliable solution. There are many issues with recycling such as profitability, human error or lack of interest, contamination, shortage of recycling facilities.. Just to name a few.

      Recycling does have its place, and is valuable for items that can not be eliminated in day to day living.


      How can everyday waste be reduced?

      That is what we explore in Zero Waste Living Made Easy. The options that will work best for you will depend on your situation. We explore all options in an empowering, uplifting environment as a group collective.


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