5 Super Easy Ways to Go Green

5 Super Easy ways to go green

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The number of people caring about the environment is gradually growing bigger. A lot of people are interested in learning how to go green, especially in the last few years. 

Going green is a big step towards living a healthy, happy, sustainable life. Some may think that going green, means only to be vegan and eat “green” food. Going green actually means to pursue knowledge and practices that lead to more environmentally friendly and ecologically responsible decisions and lifestyles, which can help and protect the environment and sustain its natural resources for current and future generations.

Making a few small changes could really make a difference, so why not try and do some of the things below?


1. Be smart with your electronics

When you charge your smartphone or tables, turn on the airplane mode so the battery will charge quicker. At night turn your computer off. Get energy efficient bulbs. Wash your laundry on cold water and air dry whenever you can.


2. Spend a few bucks on reusable products

Find some quality reusable products such as reusable water bottles, reusable bags, reusable straw and other things and use them for years. For every reusable product that you buy, you reduce your plastic footprint a lot.


3.Consider growing your own green

You have a garden and you don’t use it for anything other than walking through it? Start growing your own green, it will help you spend more time outside and you’ll be able to eat what you grow. Growing your own green of course it will mean that you are on the right path to go green.


4. Be aware of what you are buying at the grocery store

A lot of times people go to grocery store and buy things they don’t need. Before you go for grocery, make a list of things you actually need. Watch out for products made of processed and filled with sugar and wrapped up in a lot of plastic packaging. 

Bring your own reusable bags too.


5. Reduce your meat consumption to go green

You can’t give up on bacon? That doesn’t mean that you have to eat other types of meat products. Keep the bacon and get rid of all other meat. Of course, it would be the best thing to not eat meat at all, but reducing your consumption is a big thing to do.

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