Here are some tips for going green in your daily routine. Some may be easy, while others may be more challenging. But if a change is made, your going green actions can leave a lasting impact on what our environment may be like in the future.
Eat smart: Buy local and seasonal, or grow your own if you are able to do so. If you make a conscious effort to cook from scratch and use all your groceries while buying your seasonal vegetables and fruits at a farmer's markets, and buying your meats from the local butcher instead of shopping at a big named supermarket, you are actively taking a huge chunk out of your carbon footprint.
Be conscious of what you buy: It's easy to overlook the amount of waste we create when we are not paying attention. Cutting down on purchasing large amounts of items with packaging if there are is a no package alternative while we make a conscious effort to recycle what we can will create a less cluttered lifestyle and influence the younger generation to follow the same style of consumerism that you do.Learn more or simple DIY skills: There are countless numbers of great websites to choose from that teach skills that save you money while helping you to go green. Learning new ways to build, make your own, or fix items that you would otherwise buy, saves money and saves landfills from more potential waste being loaded into them. In this audiobook, you'll find these and more profound insights into going green!
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