Recently I moved to Cape Town, it was a decision that was made in a couple of days, a decision that has changed my whole life. I left my family, my friends, and my home and am for the first time, living on my own. This was a big adjustment, I definitely wasn’t used to having to do my own washing, or cleaning in my free time, but its all part of growing up.
As I’ve mentioned before, I started this blog to make people more aware of being green; of helping to look after our environment, for our future and our children’s future. I have also mentioned that being green doesn’t mean that you have to be a barefooted hippy who hugs trees and doesn’t wash their hair, it just means that every small action, can have a positive reaction.
My house back in Pretoria, had a recycling system set up in the estate, this made recycling very easy as it was convenient. i soon learnt it wasn’t going to be that easy in Cape Town. However, I’ve made the best of it, and I’m going to show you how being green can be done in a few simple steps.