Life without Plastic

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Phase 1: If At First You Don't Succeed....

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So, we're doing well in some areas and not so great in others. We have been doing great with buying our milk in glass bottles, making homemade bread (I've even handmixed it a couple of times instead of using the mixer!), and brought my own glass jars for water.

Here is what our milk looks like from Winder Farms:

As far as using reusable when out, we basically stink. We are usually eating fast-food when we do eat out, so everything is disposables and we aren't usually planning to eat out when we do. This will need to be worked on in order to reduce our waste and eat healthier again.

Our worm bin has been doing great and we'll be able to add another tray soon. The chicks are still adorable and we've been able to change their paper enough that they aren't needing their bottoms cleansed anymore. All are currently alive and getting more of their regular feathers. So far, so good.

Here is the worm bin we bought (Yes, it's 100% recycled plastic, but it's all we could afford.):

Keep improving and going green,
Little Urban Greenie

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