What prompts us to pay more for organics?Would it be to avoid antibiotics?Or is it more nutrients we are after?Do …
I’ve never used the Reblog feature before…I wonder what will happen. My intention is to Reblog Sandra Parson’s excellent post about rubbish. Like Sandra, I believe we can’t overstate the need to control our impulsive urges to toss. I hope this works.
Christmas is over, hallelujah! And what a gift orgy it was again. Mind you, in my family only the kids get presents, we others just enjoy their excitement, great food and spending time together. Still, with parcels arriving from grandparents, great-grandparents, godparents as well as aunts and uncles, not to mention our own little share in our offspring’s spoiling, the space under our dinky Christmas tree was getting scarce.
But I am not going to get into a rant about this overabundance’s possible negative repercussions for the little monster’s character development. Instead I wanted to talk rubbish.
I hate rubbish. “Yeah,” I hear you say “who doesn’t?” The point is, I also make an effort to avoid it.
To be precise, I am a bit of a compulsive recycler.
And why not? It’s good for the environment, it doesn’t take much effort, and it does actually save us money. So…
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