Britain’s Jane Otter, 34, has decided to cut costs and reduce environmental pollution at Christmas by renting gifts for children and returning them as soon as they are bored, according to the British newspaper “Metro” website.
Jane, who works as a teacher, decided not to fill her new home with unloved toys for her children when she returned to England in March 2019 after living in Thailand for seven years as she wanted to treat her two daughters, Lily and Rosie, so she devised a way to cut costs and preserve the environment for Eid. birth
Jane joined Whirli Game swap, which costs £13.33 per month which helps save money on games compared to a survey he conducted. Nationwide Building Society “Recently who noted that parents spend around £100 to gift each child at Christmas.
Talking about her experience with renting toys, Jane said: “It’s great, as a mom I can’t afford fancy gifts, but by exchanging them I can get great gifts for my kids for a fraction of the cost – and I can send them back when it’s all over.”.
She added: “I sent my eldest daughter’s gift back to the site. It was great and was supposed to cost around £236, but within a few days she got bored and didn’t play with it anymore so I put it back in.”
Jane not only rented toys to save her costs, but in this way tries to keep the environment from being polluted. “It’s much better than getting rid of unwanted items and seeing them end up in a landfill…I’ve watched my daughters show interest in toys for a few,” she says. Then I got bored of them, so I wanted to find a way to not create too many landfills.”.
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The teacher with her children
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