Category: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

There are microfibres in your beer

This week I attended a workshop on microfibre pollution hosted by The Bus Store Bookshop at¬† LifeSpin in London. The workshop was designed by the Synthetic Collective, a group from Western University, and presented by Kristy Robertson, who teaches there. I hadn’t planned to do another post on clothing for a while, as there are…

The Life of Things

When it comes to antiques, I’m not one for a lot of clutter. Personally, I think there are some things that just shouldn’t have been made in the first place. So my trip to the¬†Stratford Antique Warehouse wasn’t completely successful. I think this mall-like store is of more interest to people who like to collect…

How to Beat the Recycling Blues

I used to case out my street the night before collection, sneakily trying to figure out what I should put out, but many times I was wrong. Then I would have the humiliation of having to drag it all back in off the street, proving myself to be a total garbage noob. Finally, a neighbour took pity on me and gave me the collection schedule sheet, and it was great for a while, but then I lost the schedule. I think I recycled it.