In my articles so far I went on and on about my neighbor Bob – for a reason! The guy took going green very seriously and so far, he is only collecting the advantages!
There are two main reasons that should convince in into going green: it’s a small but significant contribution to the environment and it’s good or your wallet!
Here are a few easy-to-implement tips for using more sustainable solutions to reduce your expenses and improve your impact on the environment. These tips are divided into viable solutions for your home and workplace. After all, your home and your workplace are where you spend the majority of your time — and use the most energy.
As you read through these tips, keep your mind open for ways to expand these ideas and develop your own solutions; chances are good that after you read through these simple tips, you’ll come up with many of your own, too!
We’ve all been told to “Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.” It’s any easy way to reduce spending and get creative. In everyday life, you can easily and conveniently reuse bags, reduce energy costs by unplugging appliances you aren’t using, and recycle clothes by participating in clothing swaps. However, there are some other, sometimes more creative ways, to reduce, reuse, and recycle…
- Trading your old appliances for newer, energy-efficient models may have an upfront cost, but will save you money in the long-term.
- Look for organic solutions for everyday products. Household cleaning and hygiene supplies also come in organic versions, without harmful or harsh chemicals.
- Eating green meals is an easy, healthy lifestyle choice. To avoid your local grocery store’s high prices for organic …