Sunday round up 37

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sunday roundupWelcome to the end of another week. A week packed full of rubbishy adventures and lots of snow. I hope you are all well, warm and safe.

We began the week with the results of our zero waste week. Little Miss Green got infront of the video camera and did us proud while she emptied the bin infront of us all and weighed everything. Check out our You Tube video and let us know how you got on.

I caught up with Tracy, who had been taking part in zero waste week too. She runs a very busy household. Two working adults who work shifts, two school runs, out of school clubs, dogs to walk……..You name it, they have to fit it in to their schedule. I found out how a busy household find time to reduce their waste.

It’s Valentine’s Day in less than a week. How can you declare your love without landfill waste? We have lots of ideas from our readers, why not come along and add your own?

One of our readers got crafty with her rubbish. She and her son created a masterpiece. Come and read about it.

Mr Green bared all for our 37th weigh in. Did our bin  weigh less than 100gms this week? Find out here!

Last week we heard something rather interesting (and a bit frightening) at our local butchers, concerning plastic. Find out the latest gossip.

As temperatures dropped and hunger increased I made the ultimate convenience food for lunch. Find out what I was up to, and share your favourite rubbish free recipes too.

Don’t forget to join in with our latest discussions and have a browse through our library of articles.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this week and have played safe in the snow. Next week you’ll be able to hear about our naked antics and find out why I’ve now officially become a zero waster……


About the Author ()

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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