Saturday, December 19, 2009

81. Don't buy wrapping paper at Christmas.

In the U.S., an additional 5 million tons of waste is generated during the holidays. Four million tons of this is wrapping paper and shopping bags. •www.cleanair.org Here's one lowly girl's attempt at getting creative with shopping bags, fabric scraps and magazines... to do nothing more than save the world like Dylan does everyday*.
*Inside joke. Call of Duty.

1 comment:

Mary Q Contrarie said...

I love your gift wrapping. I always do just a couple gifts with wrapping paper but most of them get your treatment. I read the rest of your list it sounds awesome.

Your number 84 I thought I might be able to make a suggestion on. I got a new clothes drying rack last spring. I was determined to use it and NOT my electric dryer. What I learned is that I had to change WHEN I washed my clothes. I now do my laundry in the evening. So that I can set my laundry racks up in the middle of my kitchen and the middle of the living room to dry while I sleep. Now first thing in the morning I fold and sort take down the racks and they are never in the way that way.

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