My Bigger Half and I are so clever! Yes, it’s true, we are. We learned about the problems with using plastic for drinking water from, storing food in, and using in our toys and shopping bags, and quite, or at least greatly reduced, our use of plastic. I sat on my smug laurels, and my backside, gloating over how good we were, missing one area we’d missed. You have probably missed the same thing because it’s not visible to you either.
Food containers seem to be more of a challenge for some of us. Before plastic items were popular, our family used glass containers for everything. My grandmother used canning jars for leftovers. Also, you may want to consider wax paper, butcher’s wrap and the like instead of plastic bags for sandwiches and other foods.
wenigerplastik outdoor furniture is light and therefore is easy to rearrange and store. Often, plastic chairs can be stacked. Along with plastic folding tables, they take up little space when you need to put them away.
When exercising to lose weight, listen to music. Studies have shown that people tend to match their pace with the tempo of the song they are listening to. Alternate fast tempo songs with slightly slower songs to give yourself a little relief. Add some slower tempo songs to listen to while you’re cooling down so that your body can restore its natural functioning.
Ditch your Tupperware 2-quart pitcher for a beautiful and functional glass one. Mix juices from concentrate, make lemonade or iced tea just as easily and store in the fridge for equally as long. And plastic-free!
Many of the estrogen-mimicking plastics have been banned around the world from children’s toys, bottles, and sippy cups. But laws haven’t been passed protecting adults from the same chemicals. Bureaucratic and political delays keep proposed legislation on hold, even with the EPA campaigning about the hazards of the problems. If our laws aren’t protecting us from the obvious plastic hazards you know we aren’t being protected from the hidden hazards, like those found lining cans.
APRIL 17th – APRIL 22ND. The Track Your Hugs Launch is scheduled to begin on April 17th at Earth Fair in San Diego and run through April 22nd National Earth Day.
Reusable bags are made of recycled RPET bag and became a popular time. This line of bags is good for the environment because they are 100% recycled plastic. Amount of plastic waste in landfills must be reduced by using these plastic bottles again. The amount of wasted plastic in landfills is cut down by using these plastic bottles over again. The oil is stored in the recycling of plastic as opposed to nothing. Even after these reusable bags have been used as much as possible and no longer use, can be recycled into new bags and so on.