Saturday, August 02, 2008

UK's Not My Bag

I chuckled to myself when I read about Chis Jeavans' mission to refuse consuming any plastic for one month. I instantly thought that she's the British version of Beth's Fake Plastic Fish. Although Beth hasn't outright banned the use of plastic, her consumption is so darn minimal that it seems nearly non-existent. Plus, Beth has been doing her best to give up plastic for over a year. I think Chris has some catching up to do, but it will be interesting to track her progress on the BBC.

Watch Chris discuss the mound of plastic she is trying to forgo this month:


Meghan said...

Michelle! How the heck have you been?

Jaw surgery, eh? My friend Aimee ( has braces and is gearing up for that next year. Yeesh! I'm glad things went well.

Yep, I'm starting school in a few weeks. Advanced Managerial Accounting this semester. Wooohoo!

I just got home - I rode my bike today to and from work. It's been wayyyyy too long since I worked out. I had to walk the really bad hills, and there are a few! And you know how it goes when you haven't been on a bike in awhile? I'll be grunting every time I sit for the next 24 hours!

Oooh, and I'm using the Keeper (a different version of the Diva Cup) now. Go me!!! I *love* it.

Sorry so long! Miss you!!!

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