Nothing wasted! Composting needs to be easier and cheaper, somehow, so all urbanites can participate.
You're fantastic - I love your blog this week; your idea is so inspiration and it just makes me laugh to see your plates. Great result - well done and thanks for participating with such an element of fun
Hey cool! Now I can comment on your blog! Awesome!!! (I've been seeing it on google reader, so I didn't know)This Zero Waste Challenge is really cool, I have to say. I admire you for doing all this work here. (for me, this seems kind of hard...)But keep up the good work because you ARE making a differece!!I came to tell you that I gave you two awards, so please come and get it! Thanks!
Thanks for visiting Lakeveiwer :) I agree with you! I'm so lucky to be able to have a compost heap at home, last year I lived in a city, in a house with 4 other people and nowhere to compost - we produced so much waste :( Thank you Mrs Green :) I'm really enjoying Zero Waste Week so thanks for organising it :D Aww thanks so much for the awards Miho, you're so sweet :D I have to admit, I'm not really working hard on the zero waste week, I already thought I was creating very little food waste, so I thought I'd take photographic evidence to make sure, although trough thinking about it so much this week I have thought of some ways to reduce what I waste even more, which I'll be posting about at the end of the week :)
I love your No Waste pictures- what a neat idea!
Thanks so much Leslie! :)
Great idea for the photographs. PS I've been having problem with blogger uploading photographs since Wedneday too. Hopefully just a glich and its sorted now.
Thanks Mangocheeks :D glad it's not just me having technical probs!
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