Sometimes fulfilling a dream means buying new bins. Yes really.
Laundry baskets, Granit.
One of the best things about living in a house is all the extra space! One thing I have dreamed about (yes, seriously guys) is to have my own recycling station at home, so I can perfectly separate my trash. Yesterday I defied the weather and set out to buy these chic black paper bins. Now I only need four small ones for old lightbulbs, batteries, metal and broken technology stuff. Hopefully a waste-free lifestyle revolution is only around the corner, because we’re still not there yet. When it comes to food for example, why does EVERYTHING have to be wrapped in plastic? Even the organic veggies are wrapped up like a fancy Christmas present. There must be a better solution, but in the mean time at least this is a step forward.
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