From 2011 to 2014 I was pleased to be able to have done 365days where I did a kind deed every day(& 366days in the leap year)!
In 2015 I am doing it again...my aim is to inspire others into action by showing them how simple it is to do kind acts for others. I do this by doing a kind act a day and then reporting it here, and sharing my story...
How did you go getting a KeepCup or a reusable cup? Did you use one today? What is your beverage of choice? I love my Soy Chai Lattes... So yummy! :)
Drinking my soy chai latte! :)
Thursday – 4 September –
When you shop buy local products. It means that the product
is more environmentally friendly as it doesn’t have to travel as
far. With the added bonus that you are supporting local business.
There are some logos that you could look for when it comes to buying local in Australia, or more specifically Western Australia:
Buying local is particularly important when it comes to buying food.
"‘Food miles’ is one indicator when assessing the environmental impact of
foods. The term 'food miles' refers to how far food has travelled from
the paddock to the plate. As a general rule of thumb, for the same
product, the lower the food miles, the less distance it has travelled
and the better the choice is for the environment and for your health.
This is particularly relevant in choosing local grown fresh fruit and
vegetables over produce that has travelled many miles in refrigeration." Read More here.