I've been thinking a lot about recycling lately. Probably because I've been cleaning out stuff that should've never been purchased in the first place ... yeah, I'm a shopper.
Let me just start by saying that the recycling in our town stinks, so you really have to make an effort to do the rest on your own. We started recycling boxboard at our house about six months ago and it's cut our garbage by a third.
I was officially not purchasing juice pouches for a while because I have a hoard of used, cleaned ones that will someday be lunch bags like these. My kids use these almost every day and they have since the beginning of the school year. No one else has 'em, so they're easy to locate and hard to leave at school.
My oldest came home after reluctantly bringing it to school the first time and deemed them cool since his friends were envious. I've only purchased brown lunch bags once this year, and still have the stash. I guess that helps, right?
As I tackle my sewing room this weekend to do an honest-to-goodness cleaning (read clean out and get rid of some fabric). I'm wondering what should I do with the fabric I don't want or won't use? Any ideas?
If you want one of these cool lunch sacks, leave me a comment. I'll choose one at random on Wednesday, March 11 from the comments left here.