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🔾My Zero Waste Shopping Kit🔾
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This is the "kit" I take shopping with me each week 😊 I take my homemade cloth bags (made out of an old sheet), a jar and my large basket to the self serve health store. Here I buy all the grain/cereal/dried fruit/nuts etc without packaging and put them in the jars when I get home. I also take a jar if we need peanut butter, honey or tahini and a bottle if we need vinegar etc. 
We are lucky enough to have a fruit & veg market here that sources mostly local seasonal fruit and veg. Here I take my @onyalife produce bags and my reusable shopping bags. If I run out of produce bags I just put it straight into the trolley. If I want something that has plastic eg Grapes 🍇 I take a few from each pack and put them in one of my own bags. I've never encountered any resistance using my own bags. Most people are happy to accommodate. I've used them  at Coles, Woolworths and IGA before. No dramas. And to be honest I couldn't care less what other people think anyway. I'd take my business elsewhere if they didn't like it đŸ™…đŸ»
Everything fits neatly in the basket between shops and it lives in the boot of my car. Usually I carry one produce bag and one reusable shopping bag in my handbag or backpack for just in case times. 
I have found a butcher that will put my meat in containers but I need to find some steel containers as glass is difficult. I struggle with the salmon. High quality fish always prepackaged especially if you live in a regional inland area. I've previously written about why I'm not vegan, so I won't go down that path again but I think it's awesome if you are and you don't have to worry about this side of things âœŒđŸ»
I'm thinking about starting a blog to write about my health journey and zero waste journey, recipes, essential oils stuff! I could go into more detail that way! Anyone have any tips for how to get started?!
🔾My Zero Waste Shopping Kit🔾 . . . This is the "kit" I take shopping with me each week 😊 I take my homemade cloth bags (made out of an old sheet), a jar and my large basket to the self serve health store. Here I buy all the grain/cereal/dried fruit/nuts etc without packaging and put them in the jars when I get home. I also take a jar if we need peanut butter, honey or tahini and a bottle if we need vinegar etc. We are lucky enough to have a fruit & veg market here that sources mostly local seasonal fruit and veg. Here I take my @onyalife produce bags and my reusable shopping bags. If I run out of produce bags I just put it straight into the trolley. If I want something that has plastic eg Grapes 🍇 I take a few from each pack and put them in one of my own bags. I've never encountered any resistance using my own bags. Most people are happy to accommodate. I've used them at Coles, Woolworths and IGA before. No dramas. And to be honest I couldn't care less what other people think anyway. I'd take my business elsewhere if they didn't like it đŸ™…đŸ» Everything fits neatly in the basket between shops and it lives in the boot of my car. Usually I carry one produce bag and one reusable shopping bag in my handbag or backpack for just in case times. I have found a butcher that will put my meat in containers but I need to find some steel containers as glass is difficult. I struggle with the salmon. High quality fish always prepackaged especially if you live in a regional inland area. I've previously written about why I'm not vegan, so I won't go down that path again but I think it's awesome if you are and you don't have to worry about this side of things âœŒđŸ» I'm thinking about starting a blog to write about my health journey and zero waste journey, recipes, essential oils stuff! I could go into more detail that way! Anyone have any tips for how to get started?!
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Do yourself and your passengers a favor by picking up the wonderful scent of our Bear Freshener 3-packs after your next car wash. PC: @seattlesupersuburban
Do yourself and your passengers a favor by picking up the wonderful scent of our Bear Freshener 3-packs after your next car wash. PC: @seattlesupersuburban
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Red rocks with @nick.squidink
Red rocks with @nick.squidink
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I haven't seen anything like this before 😼
I haven't seen anything like this before 😼
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Garden of the Gods
Garden of the Gods
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A source of energy coming from nature turned back into the use of human beings. 
Live recording from Desert Hot Springs.

Camera: Gulsum R.

#desert #deserthotsprings #windturbine #renewableenergy #renewableresource #energy #environment #environmentfriendly #environmentaleducation #nature #development #cityofpalmsprings #environmentalconsulting #gepermit #pathwaytoregulatoryapprovals
A source of energy coming from nature turned back into the use of human beings. Live recording from Desert Hot Springs. Camera: Gulsum R. #desert #deserthotsprings #windturbine #renewableenergy #renewableresource #energy #environment #environmentfriendly #environmentaleducation #nature #development #cityofpalmsprings #environmentalconsulting #gepermit #pathwaytoregulatoryapprovals
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Power Bill -  Rs. 1/- per hr only approx. 
Model:DS-40
Ph:9032001138
DM/call for brochure & more details. 
#greencooling #ecofriendly #stopglobalwarming #OZONEcoolingsystem 
#environmentfriendly
Power Bill - Rs. 1/- per hr only approx. Model:DS-40 Ph:9032001138 DM/call for brochure & more details. #greencooling #ecofriendly #stopglobalwarming #OZONEcoolingsystem #environmentfriendly
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We don't inherit Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. But we also share it with millions of species. It's not our Earth. Nothing belongs to humans. Earth is home to all. All kinds of life survive on Earth and depend on Earth for the survival and growth of their species. It's how we live, this complex web of interdependent life. But the way that humans are heading, the path that we go down, has only destruction towards the end. Our relentless greed and pursuit for profit and money has led us to exploit and deplete resources of the Earth significantly. If that wasn't all, we've killed wildlife, and we've put ourselves at risk too. Much profit. So benefit. Is it going to be worth it when future generations are unable to breathe, unable to see wildlife in their natural habitat, unable to produce food, unable to access clean water? Is this all going to be worth it?
We don't inherit Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. But we also share it with millions of species. It's not our Earth. Nothing belongs to humans. Earth is home to all. All kinds of life survive on Earth and depend on Earth for the survival and growth of their species. It's how we live, this complex web of interdependent life. But the way that humans are heading, the path that we go down, has only destruction towards the end. Our relentless greed and pursuit for profit and money has led us to exploit and deplete resources of the Earth significantly. If that wasn't all, we've killed wildlife, and we've put ourselves at risk too. Much profit. So benefit. Is it going to be worth it when future generations are unable to breathe, unable to see wildlife in their natural habitat, unable to produce food, unable to access clean water? Is this all going to be worth it?
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I named him BrunođŸŒ”
I named him BrunođŸŒ”
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