I Spy Reusable Bags

Have you noticed? I certainly have. Shoppers using their reusable bags. When I first gave up plastic bags, I felt like I was on a lone crusade here in Mt. Pleasant. No longer. These days I watch baggers fill all sorts of reusable bags. Whether a bag from The Little Green Bag Project, a Better Bag from Whole Foods, a 99 cent bag from Harris Teeter, or canvas bags, I spy you! Dwell Smart also sells an array of shopping supplies, and it may even be on your route to a store. I enjoy watching all your reusable bags being stuffed, and I hope you thoughtful consumers feel better too.



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