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Biodegradable Disposables

My “Small Measures with Ashley” post is up over on Design Sponge. Today’s topic discusses “biodegradable disposables.” With spring in full swing and summer swiftly approaching, considering in advance what you’ll do with all of the potential waste generated at family gatherings, cookouts with friends, days at the beach, and other get-togethers will go far towards preventing it in the first place!


What do you have planned for your weekend? Today, I’ll be toiling the soil, working in the yard. I’ve got an interview later this afternoon with French Elle. Tomorrow, Kate from the “Hip Girl’s Guide To Homemaking” will be in town for her younger brother’s graduation from my alma mater and then coming out to the English compound for a chat and a sit. After that, hubs and I will be cooking up some delicious vittles (I’m thinking I’ll bust these old standbys out) and heading to the Bountiful Cities annual Birdhouse auction (Slow Food Asheville will be providing the food; Asheville folks, come out and support this wildly creative and loads of fun event!).

Have a wonderful weekend!
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