SUSTAINABLE SHOPPING (or more accurately, how I have been doing the complete opposite of this but am trying to do better)

sustainable-shopping-habits

So about three years ago we discovered Aldi for the first time. We had heard about the award winning nappies and thought we would give them a try – one weekly shop later we were hooked and didn’t look back. I loved that I could fill one of the enormous trollies to the top and it would come to £100 (where as in Waitrose you can easily dangle £40 worth of shopping from your wrist). Aldi began to shape our lives. During the Summer we bought the gardening things, in the Winter we bought the logs. I bought Cbeebies magazines, colouring books, biscuits, bottled water, pocket sized packets of tissues and all kinds of other things that had never bought before in my life because they were luxuries that I quite frankly couldn’t afford. But then two things slowly dawned on me… Continue reading