weekly round up twenty five

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weekly round upWelcome to our weekly roundup. It’s been another busy week, but then again, when is it not?

We began our week with a celebration – we shared news of the winners of our October competitions. Find out who the winners were and how they got hold of a signed copy of Tracey Smith’s Book of Rubbish ideas and a big box full of organic, fair trade chocolates.

Talking of competitions, if you fancy a copy of the hilarious Pete May’s “There’s a Hippo in my cistern” then share all in this month’s comp and you might just be the lucky winner. I did a review of this great work of literature. Find out what I thought of the book

On Monday, as my conscience got the better of me, I ended up making some rather odd looking brown stuff, which nearly had me changing my name by deedpoll to Mrs Brown.

On Tuesday, I got to fondle a six pack and have a few silicone implants in the kitchen. Read all about it

I was really into my reading this week and on Thursday I shared a way to find out how to store your home grown produce with the help of Piers Warren.

We had our weekly weigh in, which we aim to keep at less than 100gms per week. Did we hit the target or not?

Yesterday I got tagged. Find out what I had to do.

New to the site? Jump right in with our latest discussions, take part in our monthly challenge, have your say about this month’s dustbin demon and don’t forget to take part in our competition.

That’s all from us. Have a great Sunday and see you tomorrow for another week of rubbish adventures.


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I am a long time supporter of the Green and Sustainable lifestyle. After being caught in the Boscastle floods in 2004, our family begun a journey to respect and promote the importance of Earth's fragile ecosystem, that focussed on reducing waste. Inspired by the beauty and resourcefulness of this wonderful planet, I have published numerous magazine articles on green issues and the author of four books.

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  1. sorry i tagged you too, i had not read the post with the very, very interesting things about you.
    and in the U.S. we have 7 points of discovery, mine are nothing, nothing at all compared to yours, am i being honest enough? surely i could have found some–thing to write about the sleepy self within…
    i enjoy your voice and adventures, ns

  2. Mrs Green says:

    :D, so does that mean I am let off your tagging? I hope so, I don’t think I could find another 7 things to top the list of 6. I must admit, I found it fascinating to read that you had not travelled further than a mile out of town in 2 years……

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