As a passenger in the car, I noticed I was driving behind something that made a lot of sense.
Though I’m not promoting Coca-cola in any way, shape or form because it’s horrible for you, it does make sense to reuse the bottles and recycle the cans.
If every company took on this attitude, we’d be a very different society. So, kudos to Coca-cola as a company for reusing, at least.
What company has surprised you lately?
Now that we’re winding away from wipes, I wanted to share with the other green mamas maybe just starting out what we discovered.
We tried six different brands based on “green-ness” and made our own.
This is what we found:
Enjoy this recycled art from Islamorada.
Enjoyed by the tourists and my kid… and now you!
I’m at a loss.
I wish I’d never bothered purchasing a bunch of diaper rash cream. I remember it was on sale in Wisconsin at the Amish store so I couldn’t resist. Needless to say, I didn’t need it much. But if I had known a cheap, more natural option was already in my kitchen…
Oh, the things we learn after the fact.
Check out this cup. It’s paper and I threw it in the compost when I finished with it.
Why don’t more places use these?
I’ve never purchased a dish washer before. We always washed by hand until the last two houses we rented. And then I fell in love with convenience…
The former owners of the house took the dishwasher so we hit the stores on Black Friday this year.
My mother shared an article with me by Will Dunham from the Sun Sentinel published Thursday, December 18, 2014.
I wanted to pass the article on.
Made me blink twice.
Terracycle is yet another resource to help with zero waste for the days when… well, we’re just not so perfect and give in to the chip bag. I know I’ve written about it before, but I tell ya, even through all this moving, it’s one thing I’ve kept up with.
(My dad even keeps all his non-recyclable trash for me and I send his in with mine. Thanks daddy!)
Sorting party in living room.