- Use refillable bottles instead of plastic bottles
- Use a bag for life
- Take a reusable cup for hot drinks
- Say no to plastic straws – don’t use them or use bamboo or paper alternatives
- Say no to plastic cutlery
- Say no to plastic cotton buds and use paper ones instead
- Opt for loose fruit and veggies rather than the packaged variety – plus it’s often cheaper!
- Swap your toothbrush for a plastic-free one
- Avoid products that contain microbeads – now banned in the UK, but you may have some in your cupboard
- Get refills for your favourite beauty products
Hi Guys, I have the most amazing news today – I shall leave it as a surprise read on to find out more – now I love Disney’s Winnie The Pooh and I want to tell you all about this lovely, fluffy bear.
Now for those of you who do not know who Winnie the Pooh is he is a fictional teddy created by English author A. A. Milne and illustrated by E.H Shepard.
The history stems from 1914 and a veternarian who was on his way to care for the soldiers horse in World War 1 came across a female baby bear which had been tied up by a hunter at a train station. Harry rescued the bear and called her Winniepeg (Winnie for short) after his hometown in Canada. The bear became the mascot for the Canadian Army before travelling miles over land and sea to finally reside in England.
Walt Disney then came along and Daphne Milne sold him the rights and then Winnie the Pooh was born – Amazing right!
Winnie The Pooh Facts
There were 9 short features of Winnie The Pooh
There were 4 full length animated movies
Winnie The Pooh has 6 friends
Kanga and Roo
Now one more fabulous thing to tell you about is that Winnie The Pooh is at the V&A in London – you can see the history of how and when it started and how Winnie The Pooh came about his friends, films and books –