Hello Dear Reader,
Our magazines and papers come from trains and recycling bins. I walked past the recycling bin outside our supermarket this morning and saw a lady putting these into it. I asked her if she minded me having them and told her I would recycle them once I’d read them. She seemed happy enough and they came home with me. I wouldn’t dream of spending £4 on a magazine just to ogle at glossy pictures, but I don’t mind having a browse if it’s recycled. I shall put my feet up with a cup of tea and enjoy these this afternoon. If I were to buy just one magazine a week, at £4, then I would spend/waste £208 a year and if I were to buy a newspaper for £1.20 (we used to get The Guardian – now I read it online or which ever newspaper Dearly Beloved finds on the train) a day, then we would spend £312 a year on newspapers. The easiest way to save £500 a year! Read the recycled!
Love Froogs xx