Monthly Archives: November 2010

Believe it or not…

Believe it or not, I really do have a life that has nothing to do with plastic! (Or, should I say, plastic-free.) Am I allowed to write about stuff on here that has nothing to do with plastic? Well, I … Continue reading

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I have 500 new pets!

On Saturday, my friend Kim and I went to City Farmer of Vancouver has recently started a composting program with houses, but apartment buildings aren’t included in the pick-up as apartments have contracts with private rubbish removal companies. In order … Continue reading

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Homemade soy milk and a glass straw to drink it with.

My GlassDharma glass straw came in the mail today! I absolutely *love* it!! I highly recommend them to anyone and everyone. They come with a life-time guarantee, so if it breaks, you can get a new one for free! I … Continue reading

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Making soy milk.

Over the weekend I happened upon a really great bulk food store called Kea, on Main Street at 10th (for any of you who happen to live in Vancouver). They sell pretty much any bulk food you could want, including … Continue reading

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Plastic-free bread.

Okay, so I’m slowly getting over my little pout from Thursday. Still feeling like it’s all somewhat pointless, but I can’t bring myself to get off this train. I think I’ve set my path. The new problem I’m having is … Continue reading

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Feeling discouraged and disheartened… what’s the point?

Yesterday was Remembrance Day here in Canada and I began my four-day weekend with a moment of silence, remembering those who have fought for us or are currently fighting and meditating on a peaceful resolution. My day continued with a … Continue reading

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Portable utensil wrap thingy.

I’m feeling creative! Last spring, my mom gave me a whole bag of fabric scraps. They’ve been sitting under my desk since then, basically collecting dust, while I’ve tried to decide what to do with them. My friend Taina (of … Continue reading

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