I’ve been writing about avoiding plastic for years now, like the best non-plastic sippy cups and our favorite reusable snack bags, but guess what? I still reuse plastic bags in the kitchen, although I don’t always wash them.
Does the infographic above from Leah Segedie and Mamavation mean I shouldn’t reuse them…or am I “green enough?”
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