Attention switched-on women who like to work or craft from home.
Make cash from trash. Craft your rubbish into treasure to solve the urgent environmental crisis of rubbish in landfill and ocean.
Join a wave of switched on women from all over the world who, from their own kitchens, are saving the environment. Join us to:
- cut what you send to landfill and make junk precious and not toxic
- feel totally powerful by creating mass action though your own home-based effort
- drool over recycled craft “how to” sheets that are not readily available on the website (immediate download on joining)
- have full support to create a home based business from household waste
Empower yourself to save the environment by joining
Our people, planet, profit business model is simple: collect junk from households BEFORE it goes to landfill or ocean. We clean it and teach others how to use it in recycled crafts.
The Junk Wave helps YOU to make junk precious.
Feel inspired, empowered and environmentally protective when you ride our surfboard of mass individual effort.
What other switched-on women say about The Junk Wave:
I am SO darned proud of you Megan and we’ve never even met face to face – your business idea is just wonderful for the people and the planet!! Linda Corbin, USA
I’m so proud of you. What you do is fabulous and oh so modest. So, take my compliment on board big time lady and all the others you get: you’re totally deserving xxxx Melissa Piech, Vic, Australia
You are an amazing lady and your business is meant to succeed. Jenni McDonald, NT, Australia
You started the ball rolling Megan with your own unique commitment to our planet, it is only natural to respond to your beautiful intention. Natalie McIntosh, QLD, Australia, from Raw Food for Life.
Join us immediately. The sooner we all empty our rubbish bins of craft worthy recyclables, the sooner we save our environment for tomorrow’s children. Mass action of individual women’s effort = global change.
Thanks so much for wanting to save our environment. I look forward to serving you in your home-based actions of care, love and empowerment. Megan Bayliss