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Packaging – the bane of the environment

Would you prefer your tomatoes straight from the vendor on a cart who stops by your home or would you prefer them home delivered, slickly wrapped in cellophane and other packaging ? Packaged goods... The post Packaging – the bane of...
by Divorced Doodling on Jul 17, 2016

Blue Bins

Posted at Realty Evolved There is still ongoing confusion as to how Chicagoans recycle, and what items can or can’t be thrown into the blue bins. In some instances, one simple item, like a greasy pizza box or plastic bags, will cause the entire con...
by Realty Evolved on Jun 1, 2016

Make A Basket Out Of Plastic Bags

photo by instructables.com Do you have a lot of plastic grocery bags taking up lots of space? You may be surprised at the various ways you can use these in your home. They just might be perfect... Visit my website for full links, other content,...
by Find My DIY on May 23, 2016

Plastic Bag Holder From An Oatmeal Container

photo by herothhome.wordpress.com Do you have a lot of plastic bags saved from trips to the grocery store? These bags are great to use in a trash can or for bagging up food to take to a party or... Visit my website for full links, other content...
by Find My DIY on Apr 11, 2016

Make DIY Canvas Grocery Bags

photo by fabyoubliss.com Are you looking for ways to help the environment by changing the things you do or use? A lot of people who shop for groceries typically do not think about using their own... Visit my website for full links, other content, an...
by Homemade to Healthy on Apr 2, 2016

THE CALIFORNIA PLASTIC BAN: A proposition of compassion and mindfulness

Walking out of the market, it suddenly hit me. Something different. Oh, that’s right. No one asked me if I would like to buy a […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword.org]...
by The Mindful Word on Aug 5, 2015

Using a Reusable Bag isn't so good for the Waistline

The issues surrounding the use of reusable bags at the grocery store just got a little more complicated. That's because Harvard and Duke researchers found out that using a reusable bag changes your behavior, and not all for the good. People toting ar...
by It's the Rheo Thing on Apr 21, 2015

The Best Ways to Clean Your Car

Cleaning your car can be a tough chore, depending on how dirty it is, but it can be broken down into manageable steps. The best ways to clean your car are in sections, concentrating on one area at a time. The interior, exterior and under the hood sho...

Linday Lohan and plastic bags

I last wrote about Lindsay Lohan in April of 2013. Since that time, she has kept a pretty low profile as far as the plastics industry is concerned. But that all changed this morning when the Daily Mail published photos of her and a plastic bag:That's...
by It's the Rheo Thing on Oct 17, 2014

A good days work, or a wasted year?

Today in her brand new coach with its electric windows, the Queen will open Parliament for the last time before this coalition Government ends its five year tenure. The early indications that this was to be a quiet year are being … Continue re...
by IanChisnall on Jun 4, 2014

Are Paper Bags better than Plastic Bags?

Hi Guys, A few days back I was watching a TED Talk by Leyla Acaraglu on the topic ‘Paper beats Plastic? How to rethink Environmental Folklore’. I knew some of the disadvantages of paper (a few years... Visit my blog to have more intresting and u...
by Reflections from my Life! on Apr 28, 2014

Bags and Fags

This morning two stories have reappeared, both are based on decisions taken personally by David Cameron and both relate to attempts to impact our  behaviour. They show an incoherence at the heart of our Government. This morning it appears...
by IanChisnall on Nov 28, 2013

Bags and Fags

This morning two old stories have reappeared, both relate to decisions taken personally by David Cameron and they are both issues relating to  consumption, bizarrely they also rhyme but otherwise it is hard to make a clear link between the two...
by IanChisnall on Nov 28, 2013

Mandala Monday – Multiple Mandala Media

Mandala Monday – Multiple Mandala Media is a post from: Living the Heart's Desire: Art, Video, & Healing for Spiritual Awakening...

Storage Tips For Mom

Storage Tips For MomSave it For a Rainy Day: Storage Tips for Mom As a busy mother, getting your home organized can be especially difficult when you have children running underfoot, and constantly making messes. Rainy days are the perfect time to tak...
by The Things Women Want on Sep 2, 2013

The Grocery Game Challenge July 15-21, 2013 #3: Packing groceries

Saving Money Means, You Pack It Packing groceries is something that I’ve always been used to doing on my own. Grocery packer job positions rarely get advertised for many grocery stores simply because it’s no longer needed. At one point in...
by CanadianBudgetBinder on Jul 16, 2013

Bulger jury hears of bodies in field

BOSTON – The murder and racketeering trial of mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger took a macabre turn on Wednesday, as jurors heard from a witness who described gruesome details of the exhumed bodies of three of the gang’s victims from a B...
by Mafia Today on Jul 11, 2013

Bulger jury hears of bodies in field

BOSTON – The murder and racketeering trial of mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger took a macabre turn on Wednesday, as jurors heard from a witness who described gruesome details of the exhumed bodies of three of the gang’s victims from a B...
by Mafia Today on Jul 11, 2013

Plastic Bags Are Dangerous But Indispensable

Many arguments have long happened among environmentalists about problem of plastic bags. Whether should or should not use this type. As a matter of fact, plastic bags caused major problems for our environment and some places in the world have even ba...

Plastic In Plastic In Plastic

Attention to detail is something incredibly important to the Japanese, which can often simultaneously be a blessing and a curse. Take the shopping experience, for example– most stores in Tokyo are kept absolutely pristine, every employee dawnin...


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