It’s week 17 of the Kindness Club.
Thanks to all of you who have been reading and joining in on the weekly kindness prompts even if you are not posting or commenting.
Last week’s Kindness Club prompt was to be on time.
When you are on time you are communicating to the person you are meeting that you value their time and respect them. In rare circumstances there are legitimate excuses for being late, but most of the time it is just a lack of planning or not realizing what it means to be late.
This week’s prompt is to be more conscientious about recycling.
I know that in some countries in the world recycling has really been well ingrained into the culture. Whether it be through education or by fines and restrictions having to do with garbage disposal.
Here in Israel recycling in many ways is still in its infancy. Although in the past few years more and more communal recycling bins for bottles, batteries and paper goods have sprung up.
I think most of us can probably still find ways to be a bit more conscientious about recycling.
I’ll be interested to hear your views on the differences in recycling mentality in different countries and I am waiting to see what creative ways you come up with to be a bit more conscientious about recycling in general.
Come back on Sunday to link up your posts and pictures. (I will leave the McLinky up from Sunday till Sunday.)
If anyone who is not a blogger wants to join in please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will put your story or photo up on my blog.
RECYCLING BINS 2010
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