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I love my reusable bags, but I've either been given all of mine, or have made them all from tee-shirts. I REFUSE to buy them at the store (it just seems so...wrong, somehow). My new way of passing reusable bags on to other folks is to "gift" bags when I am loaning items, giving away clothes, etc. I'll just pack it all my in unneeded bag and drop it off. Most of the time the bag never gets returned, but I know that person won't throw it away either. Is it wrong to pawn off reusable goodies on unsuspecting friends? :)
1 year, 9 months ago on Beware the Reusable Bag Monster
I'm so glad to see these changes in big hotels! Especially luxury ones. I very rarely stay in hotels, but it honestly feels more "luxurious" to see the larger fixed containers than a bunch of small disposable ones. I always make a big point of bringing my own products and reusing things. I find it's actually effective to leave a note for the room service staff to NOT change out soap you've only used once, etc. Thanks for the great post! It's always heartening to read about change.
2 years ago on Luxury Hotel Says No to Single-Sized Shampoo Bottles