10 EASY TIPS FOR ECO-FRIENDLY HOMES

BECOME MORE SELF-SUFFICIENT

Become more self-sufficient by growing your own food through gardening and homesteading. Even just having a little herb garden is great!

INVEST IN SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS

Invest in products like glass, stainless steel, or bamboo for your home. These products are more durable and better for your health since they’re BPA-free.

INSULATE YOUR HOME

Insulate your home to keep warmth in and reduce energy use. Wasted energy also means wasted money, and nobody likes that!

CONSERVE WATER

Conserve water by not letting the faucet run, taking quick showers, saving warm-up water, etc.

BUY IN BULK

Invest in products like glass, stainless steel, or bamboo for your home. These products are more durable and better for your health since they’re BPABuy in bulk to reduce the amount of packaging waste. Things like toilet paper, pet food, soap, etc.-free.

SUBSTITUTE  PLASTIC WRAP FOR ORGANIC WRAP

Use biodegradable and reusable beeswax food wrap, food huggers, or just use containers! Opt for versatile glass containers that are microwave, oven, and dishwasher safe.

GO  VEGAN

Go vegan or even just lower your meat consumption to reduce your carbon footprint. Even just refraining from eating meat one day a week can help.

REUSE & REPURPOSE

Reuse and repurpose as much as you can, like finding ways to ways to repurpose glass jars and upcycling wine bottles. Repurposing items is a great way to give them a new life.

BUY  LOCAL

Buy local as much as you can to support your local farmers and businesses. Shopping locally will help reduce your carbon footprint and oftentimes places like farmers’ markets have little to no packaging.

DON'T WASTE FOOD

Don’t waste food that you buy, make or grow yourself. This is so important when going green!

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