D is for Disposables

When you throw things away, where do you think away is? One place it absolutely shouldn’t be is here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnUjTHB1lvM).  Buy cloth napkins to replace paper napkins.  Buy a set of stainless steel chopsticks instead of wood ones in paper sleeves. Buy food safe and leak-proof storage instead of using tin foil, plastic baggies and disposable containers. Ditch the plastic water bottles for a tried, tested and true refillable one. Give litterless lunches a try – not just for our kids at school, but at work also. School and office lunches contribute significantly to our huge stream of waste. Keep in mind it takes a while to get used to any new routine, but once established, it’s your routine. The choices are endless. You’ll find reusables that suit your style and lifestyle…guaranteed.


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Lisa Borden, champion for change, mom of 3, and owner of Borden Communications believes, “If you aren’t outraged, then you just aren’t paying attention.” You can follow her on twitter @LisaBorden for rants, raves, inspiration and information.