• Just the opposite. It's a waste of money and it adds needless amounts of trash to our landfills. *** Try cloth napkins (wash them over and over). Softer than paper and more "elegant", if you're into elegant. Since you're doing laundry anyway, no extra cost beyond the initial purchase. *** Try cloth towels instead of paper towels. Ditto the advantages, and you'd be hard-pressed to find a disadvantage compared to paper towels. *** Try re-usable plastic containers instead of baggies. *** etc. etc. Over the decades I've probably saved myself (personally) thousands of dollars with such obvious economies, and I've probably saved the landfill hundreds of cubic feet of trash.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Thanks for sharing!
  • Might want to proofread that one. It is beneficial in some ways, basically convenience, but not beneficial in many other ways. Most were covered by bible guy.
  • We often use paper plates for our meals. They are biodegradable, recyclable and it saves water and energy. My spellcheck doesn't seem to be working.

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