We get excited about stylish, functional, and innovative creative reuse ideas, from the myriad ways you can reuse a jar, to uses for chipped tea cups, antique bread bins, vintage card catalogs, bubble wrap, wallpaper scraps, even old gym floorboards.
Type #2: 3things Suggestion/Reminder
"Is one of your 3things to reduce waste? Check out these great ideas for DIY upcycling projects!"
We believe if each of us take small positive steps, together we can make some big changes. So whether you've got 3 minutes, 3 weeks or more, you can do 3things to help change the world. An initiative of Oxfam Australia.
Type #4: 3things Promotion
We love the most recent 3things added to our website, from Addie in Bundoora!
1. Re-use the plastic veggie bags I get at the supermarket- or use non at all!
2. Take my metal water bottle with me everywhere so I don't have to buy plastic ones
3. Re-use dishes so I save on dishwashing water and detergent
“You must not lose faith in humanity.Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.” “The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would...
Type #1: Inspiration/Encouragement of Global Thinking
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