October 25, 2018
Winter is gone, it’s time to fling open the cupboards, sort, organise, declutter and responsibly donate unwanted items.
Clutter builds up in pockets around the home, the entrance area with umbrellas, coats and hats, kitchen with crock pots and winter recipe books cluttering the bench tops, woolly jumpers and jackets left hanging on the backs of chairs.
A spring fling is just what the doctor ordered, guaranteed to put a spring in your step without costing the earth.
It takes between 7000 -8000 litres of water to produce a single pair of jeans* & emits 23.5kg of carbon emissions!!! So why not donate unwanted items for others to enjoy and help reduce waste
When it comes donating there are a few things to consider:
For more information about Buy It Back Day visit: https://recyclingweek.planetark.org/athome/Buy-it-back-day.cfm
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Tanya Lewis has a simple philosophy borrowed from Gandhi - “Live simply so others can simply live”. Author of STUFF OFF! and founder of The 10R’s© eco organising system, Tanya challenges society to rethink the environmental impact clutter has on the planet. Find out more at ecoorganiser.com.au