If you were recycling in a dream, it can mean that you are trying to sort out aspects of your life.

Image courtesy of Pixabay

Image courtesy of Pixabay

Perhaps you are attempting to learn from the mistakes you made in the past and take something positive from them.

On the other hand, the dream could mean that you keep reliving the past and dwelling in what has been and gone. You might need to let go of something- a memory or an event in order to move forward.

It’s possible you need to reuse an idea you once had- do something in almost the same way but slightly different to get a better result. Can you tackle something with a new approach at work? Can you alter something in your relationship to make it happier? Can you change something in your personal life to make it more fulfilling for you personally? Or more simply, do you need to upgrade an object in your home to make life easier and more efficient?

Recycling something in your dream, could be your subconscious telling you that the little things you do or could do in life count towards something much bigger. So, either keep up with the little and often approach or introduce this mentality into your life as the implications could be great.

Recycling also shows that the manual tasks you do in your life have importance and are never a waste of your time even if it feels like it at points.

Recycling is thought to be related to ridding yourself of the negativity in your life and making way for something positive. You are paving the way for a better life for yourself even if it seems like a slow process. In doing so, your actions could be making others happier too.


Vie Water Bottle Bags 

Handmade in Bali, these beautifully woven bags are crafted from recycled water bottles.

They are available in a choice of pastel colours and in different styles, and are great for on holiday, the beach, or just to take shopping with you.

The bags are strong and durable, yet lightweight, and pack really easily into other bags and suitcases.

They are made exclusively from recycled water bottles by Balinese artisans, before being shipped to the UK.

Recycling plastic waste is an excellent eco choice. By recycling old plastic into new, you reduce your burden on the environment and help to keep bottles out of landfill and our oceans.

Each bag comes complete with a bamboo tag explaining their unique ‘Made from water bottles’ provenance.

New this season, Vie’s Water Bottle Bags cost from £14.95 and are available from www.global1st.co.uk. The bag shown measures 48cm x 30cm x 18cm.

by for www.femalefirst.co.uk
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