As you read this, I am away on a meditation retreat recharging my batteries. (Yeah, my batteries are rechargeable.) I’m away from computers and phones and all the electronic means of communication. I’m trying not to think about how crazy my email inbox will be when I return.
In the meantime, I’d love to know what questions you have about living plastic-free. Some of them might be questions I myself still have! And knowing what is important to you will help me figure out where to focus my attention in writing this blog. I don’t always know what I’m missing until it hits me on the head. (Please be gentle.)
Before commenting, you might want to check my list of plastic-free changes to see if your question has already been answered: plasticfreeguide.com.
Another question: What is the most important reason for reducing plastic consumption? I find that people’s interest in this issue comes from various concerns: personal health, protection of wildlife, etc.
And finally, what does plastic-free living mean to you?
For me, it means acquiring no new plastic, meaning virgin plastic, refusing to store in/eat food from plastic kitchenware/containers. As you saw in my dental hygiene post, there is some plastic I am not willing to give up. What about you? What are your limits?
See you when I get back!