Goal #2- Stop using the plastic bags in the produce section.
I thought this would be easy, and for me it is easy. DH goes to the grocery store so infrequently. But seems to keep bringing these bags home. I take them to the recycling container when I go shopping the next time and I don't say anything about it. But, he brought 3 home this month. Although he's using his reusable bag! :)
Goal #3 Stop junk from coming into the house
Will this ever happen?
Goal #4 Compost all paper that does come into the house.
Goal #5 Shop at the Co-op in town for bulk items
Goal #6 Switch to "ReUsies" instead of plastic storage bags.
What do I do with these zipper plastic bags I have now is the issue??
Goal #7 Stop using disposable head razors.
Goal #8 Get more serious about composting.
Goal #9 Switch to using handkerchiefs instead of tissue.
I am composting the tissues I am using.
Trying to finish up the boxes that are left in the house. I still need to buy DH a hankie to use.
Goal #10 Stop my trash service.
Still not feasible yet.
This may never be feasible for use because I cannot find a drop off recycle place in our area.
But, we are sending less and less to the landfill. :)
Goal #11 Make our own bread from scratch.
DH's bread!! I'm doing sourdough.
Goal #12 Replace freezer bags with jars.
Trying to get all my jars in one place is difficult. I have some upstairs to use, but more things that I want to freeze are cooked meat (ham that I cooked and diced for something else. It's hard to break up in the jar.) and soup. The soup does well in the ice cream containers. ButI can't seem to get anymore of those. I really want to make sorbets in the summer with the extra fruits.
I'm not freezing as much as I thought I would be though. Maybe I just don't need this as much and the jars I have will work just fine with this?
Although, I do occasionally cut up bits of ham and freeze them. I'll probably need to freeze them on a sheet pan and then put them in the jar so I can get them out.
Goal #13 Compost cat poop in a separate area
Total we sent out 2 bags for recycling and 1 bag for the landfill.