sustainability

Eco-friendly Life Hacks



It's easy to get overwhelmed by all the things we can do (or aren’t doing) to help the environment, let’s take it one step at a time.  We’ve compiled some simple ideas with a big impact that are easy for anyone to implement or at least try!


GO VEGETARIAN FOR A DAY

With animal agriculture being one of the leading causes of climate change, going vegetarian for just ONE day a week can make a huge difference. It takes anywhere from 1500 to 2000 gallons of water to make just one pound of beef. 


INVEST A IN A REUSABLE WATER BOTTLE AND / OR COFFEE CUP

When you’re constantly on the go, we often forget how much waste builds up with that daily (or sometimes multiple times a day) coffee run.


COMPOST

Give your garden a good breakfast; coffee grounds and eggshells are ideal for composting.


REMEMBER YOUR OWN GROCERY BAGS

Keep a tightly rolled up reusable tote (or two) in your handbag / work/ Gym bag. That way, you can be ready for any impromptu grocery shopping.


SWITCH YOUR LIGHTBULBS

 Switching from traditional incandescent light bulbs to compact fluorescent lightbulbs (C.F.L.) will make your household more energy-efficient and could even save you money each month.


THE MORE THE MERRIER 

Large quantities of food use less packaging than the same quantity in individual portions (and take less energy to cook).


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