After spending most of February participating in Rodale.com’s Plastic-Free February, I’ve come to the realization that reducing plastic use is very difficult. I thought it would just be a little inconvenient. Instead, I found that it’s nearly impossible.
While I was out running this evening, the puppy stole a loaf of bread from the counter. I came home to a living room full of tiny scraps of plastic.
Dining out, plastic grocery bags, and plastic as an ingredient in food.
Starting the last week of plastic-free February and I finally did some plastic-free chores!
How to stay plastic-free: live at the zoo!
So far in plastic-free February, I’ve been thinking about me, me, me. What about my pets?
This plastic-free February is difficult. If only there were a manual.
I’ve done a little grocery shopping since I started plastic-free February, but only for things we run out of quickly. I’m dreading my first serious trip to restock the pantry.
Ah, the weekend. The plastic-filled weekend.
Plastic-Free February continues with just one small slip-up – or maybe a whole bunch. I need an organic chemist on call to figure out what exactly is plastic and what is not.
Sad news, my husband recycled my first plastic-free food storage container.
Today was filled with plastic goodness. I found even more plastic in my life, but I’ve got a few ideas for how to reduce the plastic in the future.
The day started off with me hitting the plastic snooze button on my plastic alarm clock. I have a long way to go to become plastic-free.