A very happy new year to one and all!
It’s been a very busy 2015 for Joseph and I, but we’ve still been actively turning our household wastes into fertiliser at home. And we’re happy to say that despite our lack of care (we’ve been busy bees!) towards our bins and composting worms, everything has remained odourless and pest-free. In fact, I think we’ve churned out quite enough compost to last our family over the year 2016 and beyond. 😉
And now, an exciting update which I’m literally jumping in my seat to share with you:
Joseph was on ‘live’ TV!
He was invited onto a weekday Mandarin TV programme called Hello Singapore <<狮城有约>> to demonstrate how to create your own compost bin at home. Sharing the screen with the very charismatic Guo Liang and beautiful bubbly You Yi made it a very memorable experience, and we are very thankful to be part of it.
You may view the broadcast here: http://bit.ly/1mHouhn
On top of that, do look forward to the following CompostingInSingapore plans that will take place shortly in 2016:
1) A revamped CompostingInSingapore blog. This site has been around since the dinosaur / advent age of social media, and we definitely think it’s time for a change.
2) An Instagram account (finally!) for CompostingInSingapore, because believe us, we have soooo many eye-opening pictures and videos of our composting experience still sitting in our computers. And we think Instagram may be a helpful tool to share them, and get even more connected with you.🙂
3) Last but definitely not least, we are working out the final details to conduct composting workshops for corporate, schools and communities. Since CompostingInSingapore first started in March 2010, we’ve been humbled and delighted at the many invitations extended to us to speak at several events. Unfortunately, due to our full-time work commitments, we had to turn down most of them.
Well, things are definitely changing in 2016! More details about these workshops will be released in due time, so do look out for them on our blog and Facebook page!
I guess that rounds up our very first post on this brand new year.😀 Enough about us, what about you? Has 2015 been a fruitful year in upcycling common wastes to black gold? Any new plans or resolutions about going green in 2016? Do share them in the comments below or hit us on our Facebook page.
Till then, happy composting!