30 Days Wild 2018 – Day Fourteen

twt-30-days-wild_countdown_14Day 14: This Thursday is, Throw Back Thursday. 

In 2015 I sat in the yarden and listened to visiting goldfinch fledglings. 2016 saw me poorly sketch the visiting dunnock, and in 2017 I celebrated World Oceans Day by signing up to the Marine Conservation Plastic Challenge. For 2018 I decided to once again sign up for the Plastic Challenge. To make the step to eliminate single use plastics in my everyday life.

The challenge runs from 1st – 31st July 2018.

To aid this revolution I aim to purchase bamboo toothbrushes, turn to coconut scouring pads and reuse plastic bags.

Could you also take the challenge?

Thanks for reading, and stay wild!

Christine x


9 thoughts on “30 Days Wild 2018 – Day Fourteen

  1. Love the idea of bamboo toothbrushes, I’ve just started using reusable beeswax wraps instead of cling film and going to try bars of shampoo instead of bottles to cut down on plastic.

  2. It is so hard to live without plastic nowadays. I am aware of this challenge but haven’t actually committed to it though I do my little bits to reduce plastic use.

    We do have bamboo toothbrushes, reusable bags, metal straws and I will buy loose fruit etc and choose non plastic wherever I can – e.g. a metal mop bucket and wood / cotton mop and cotton cloths and so on. My most recent swap from plastic is that I now buy biodegradable (corn starch) bin bags.

    By the way, not sure if you will see this comment in time but just a reminder that photo an hour is tomorrow!

    • Thanks for reminding me Louise. I will make a reminder on my phone. I almost forgot!! Thanks 🙂 I am slowly trying to get rid of single use plastics, but as you say, it is very hard. Small steps is better than none 🙂 x

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