When we moved to California, I noticed a few changes. The grocery stores only did paper or reusable bags, you couldn't get plastic. There were recycling centers, containers and bins everywhere. Almost everything said "make with some percent of recycled products". At first these things seemed silly, especially from this DC native where quick and easy is key to life but then it made sense. I got annoyed when I left the reusable bags at home when I meant to bring them to the store cause then I had to PAY for bags, ugh! Since then and our move back East I've been trying to make some more conscious changes.
What are some steps you are taking to be more conscious?
Spring Cleaning means something different to everyone. For me, it's a couple of things that just make the house feel more fresh!
I am a Virginia Native, who has recently moved to the Chattanooga Area with my handsome husband and 3 gorgeous children. I am a movie lover, a motherhood advocate, an absolute introvert…but if you get the chance to know me well, I am an absolute nutcase. I am slightly OCD and love organization to the fullest extent. My planner is almost as important as my family.
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