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10 Things We Can Give Up in Order to Save the Environment

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bro he sayin that okay he will try to use em
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I agree with much of this. I do say if you want pretty dishes on your wedding registry, go for it. You may actually use them for every day like we do. Maybe not the first minute you get them, but if you want some get some. Many do surprisingly well in the dishwasher (be sure to check that detail first if you don’t want to hand wash, but you’d be surprised what even fine china can endure!) Also if you want a silver set, hand me downs or estate sales are great ways to reuse but still feel occasionally fancy. If purchasing used, you are still stimulating the economy but also having something lovely. I will say I reuse most glass jars I buy, I try to waste much less food than I was previously (glass jars are great for portions and fit better in the refrigerator- pasta sauce and salsa jars are fantastic) There are also some interesting, textured liquor glass bottles (some are not worth saving, but some are) and they can be repurposed or I guess painted for other uses. We have one for straws. I am also not putting my produce in the small plastic bags, meat only if the sticky packages but will change that soon enough. Small grocery trips I skip bags if I forgot reusable and carry myself. Husband laughs at my grocery quirks but every little bit helps!
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