I Took the Plastic Free July Challenge… in April!

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8 Responses

  1. Plastic is indeed a very big problem and you show vividly how it dominates our everyday life. It’s hard to get along without consuming plastic, but all of us should (and most probably could) be more conscious about its use. And agreed, those fruit and vegetables wrapped in plastic have always driven me crazy!

    • Teja says:

      That’s right! My latest success is by co-opting a portable water filter meant for outdoor activities, and simply using it to filter water wherever I travel. I can now avoid bottled water pretty much wherever !

  2. Cynthia says:

    This really gave me an interesting perspective on the use of plastic, and how prolific it is! I’m curious now to take a harder look at my own use to see where I can reduce.

  3. Teresa says:

    What a great challenge! It’s really making think about giving it a go. It’s so important that we reduce the use of this material and save our oceans and environment. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Theresa Goodrich says:

    Just reading this makes me more aware of the amount of plastic I use, and I try to be environmentally conscious! Will definitely be taking a deeper look.

    • Teja says:

      That’s wonderful! It’s good to take a step back every so often and have a measure for ourselves. I certainly thought I was doing better than I really was.

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