Shambavis Spectrum

News papers, Sustainability and Choices we can make to Create an Impact.

Picture of Rubber band which is used to roll the newspaper everyday.

We buy a hard copy of Newspaper. πŸ—ž.

I have lot of opposition at home however I continue to buy the hard copy of the News paper.

I have many reasons. πŸ€”

πŸ‘‰ I feel very happy that some people remain employed because I contribute in a miniscule way to the publisher ( that could include the paper delivery person ).

πŸ‘‰ I very firmly believe that online you have to search for the news but here it is handed over in a platter rather paper and as I often quote myself, you can choose to convert that information into knowledge by keeping a cut out or a scanned photo.

πŸ‘‰ There are small snippets of information which would never be available on the online version.

πŸ‘‰ There are cute, funny, timely comic strips which make me laugh and tempts me to scan and share with like minded people.

πŸ‘‰ I enjoy reading the celebrity news and movie information which may or may not be available online unless I search for it.

πŸ€” I do have a certain whingeπŸ₯²

πŸ₯² The paper used to come in a plastic cover however that has stopped.
πŸ₯² What continues to accompany the paper is this rubber band shown in the picture below.

πŸ₯² Now I can use 1️⃣, πŸ”Ÿ or πŸ’― but how can I use 365 * as many years of subscription? πŸ₯².

πŸ™ When the publisher claims they sell so many copies does it also not indicate the number or rubberbands being distributed *365.

πŸ™ I take this opportunity to request the publisher to ask the reader to handover once a month this rubberband back to the delivery guy so we can rotate it.

πŸ™ This would not only save cost to the publisher but it would also contribute in a big way to sustainability and our Mother Earth 🌍


πŸ™ Small actions can have big impact.


πŸ™ Let us do our bit.


πŸ™ The nay sayers to this post can help find other solutions.

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