Tag Archives: Recycling

Making change – reducing landfill waste (plastic)

There are so many things I’m doing now that once felt daunting and are now just part of everyday ordinary. Malcolm and I have dramatically reduced the amount of household waste we send to landfill, as well as the waste … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: Friday again

Not content with one major crisis (coronavirus), I already have an eye on the next crisis looming closer every day.  While one part of me can’t seriously believe that the government will drag us headlong into such a major act … Continue reading

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How did it go? – reduce single use stuff

First things first Over the past few years I have made a number of changes in how I do things that have reduced my use of single-use stuff (whether it’s plastic, paper or whatever).  What I’ve found with each of … Continue reading

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Licensed to wear purple

You may have come across Jenny Joseph’s poem ‘Warning’, and if not, you probably know the first line: “When I am an old woman I shall wear purple…” Well I don’t know whether at 60 I am now an old … Continue reading

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