DAY 109 | Take-Home Trash

I’m not at the point where I’m banning restaurants and fast food places because they generate waste.

But I can take steps to reduce my waste as I visit these places. Remember, slow and steady makes big changes!

So today’s change is to take home any garbage that can be recycled or burned. For example, taking home the cardboard my fries came in.

Since most of these places only have one garbage can, labeled LANDFILL, I will be doing my part even if I’m leaving with trash.

In the future, I will probably stop going to these places, but for now, this is what I’m doing!

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