Do you ever wonder if all the minor things you do to conserve energy, be sustainable, and reduce waste even make a difference? Like the fact that all my natural sunscreens (above) are in a bag that is reused instead of new? (This One Quick Tip post offers a reuse idea!)
I don’t know the answer for sure, but I can be in solidarity with you, and let’s all just keep doing the little things…
My article at Green Your Way this month is about one tiny conservationist habit I have:
Sometimes the easiest things are still worth mentioning.
I was watching my husband peel the biggest plastic bag you ever did see off a new mattress today and thinking about my modest little pile of “plastic bags to reuse so I don’t have to throw them away.”
Even though my contribution to keeping trash out of the landfill is but a drop in the ocean, it still makes me feel good about doing what I can.
What is my bag collection all about?
Hop on over HERE to find out, plus some ideas for taming the little toys that seem to get out of hand at my house (how about you?)…
The middle of summer, when it’s 90F and vacations are looming on the calendar, isn’t proving the best time for ME to be motivated to try a bunch of new things in the kitchen. In case many of you are in the same place, the Monday Missions will take a little summer vacation themselves for a few weeks…if you really need something to challenge you, some of the missions can easily be done more than once, like “try a new grain” or “step up your natural cleaning game.”