In the new year without waste: as a mother from Britain is preparing for the holidays in eco-styleBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/in-the-new-year-without-waste-as-a-mother-from-britain-is-preparing-for-the-holidays-in-eco-style
Family from Devon will celebrate the New year in eco-style. The mother of three children is worried about the future of our planet and cares about the cleanliness of the environment. She doesn't want to leave garbage after the holiday, so making Christmas decorations from natural materials and is going to prepare a vegetarian dinner. Spouse and children support the idea of the Brits, helping it to make decorations and gift wrap in fabric. See how there is a preparation of the family for the New year in eco-style for the rest of our material.29-year-old Holly Barber (Barber Hollie) — the mother of three children. She deliberately refers to the protection of the environment and tries not to cause the planet harm, teaching this entire family. The Briton plans to celebrate the New year in eco-style, not using artificial materials and living trees. The woman pays no attention to the caustic comments of critics, and I'm sure it saves the planet for their babies.
To help the planet for the holidays this year, the couple plan to give family and friends gifts made with your own hands, or to give what was once the other. Holly says that is important not the gift, but the care and attention. They pack surprises into the fabric and burlap, not using wrapping paper.
Instead of the usual Christmas tree, the family built a wall arrangement of sticks and toys.
A festive dinner will consist of vegetarian dishes.
A young mother worried about the future of their children because of the negative impact of global climate change. She believes that even their small contribution can make a difference on the planet.
2020 Holly buys things only in second-hand stores and updates of old items, not to throw them away. Her kids only play with wooden toys.
In July, the British started a challenge on Instagram under the hashtag #setmeplasticfree, urging people to stop using plastic at least a month. He was joined by 2,000 users of the social network.
In anticipation of the New year Holly shares photos of their alprazolam and offers members to follow suit. People exchange ideas decorations and handmade gifts.
On new year's table Holly buys organic products in a special shop that does not use plastic packaging. All dishes are only vegetarian. She advises others to freeze, give away or donate the rest after the holidays food to reduce littering.
A young mother estimated that the New year celebration will cost them only 80 pounds (around 8 000), including food and gifts.
Meanwhile, three British women abandoned the most important things in their lives to change the ecological situation on the planet. Husbands supported them — so there was a real acasemy.