Opt out of
junk mail (physical mail).
Take a five- minute shower to conserve more water.
Unplug your electronic devices when not in use.
Junk mail cluttering up your life? Make today the day you finally go paperless with these easy tips and resources to opt out of junk mail, switch to digital subscriptions and electronic billing, and more.
Speed up your morning shower and save water! Simply turn it on for a few seconds to get wet, turn
it off to lather up your shampoo and soap, and then turn it back on to rinse off. Check out even more easy ways to conserve
water at home here.
Forget blood-sucking monsters, the real vampire lurking in your home is only interested in draining your energy (and your wallet). Unplugging your phone charger and other devices is one way to prevent "vampire power" usage, but here are even more ideas.
Audit your plastic usage with a diary and see where you can use less.
Bring your own reusable bag to the store.
Hang your clothes to air- dry instead of using a dryer.
Swap your most-used single-use products with reusable ones.
From grocery bags to
food packaging to takeout containers, plastic is everywhere. Luckily, we have a variety of ways you can cut back on your own usage easily and immediately do your part to live a more
If you’ve ever tried to
bring reusable bags to the store before and always forget (guilty!), try keeping some in your car so they’re easily on hand. Check out some stylish reusable bags that are too cute to leave at home.
Hate doing laundry? Same. Make the chore less of a burden by hanging things to air-dry instead. This saves water and energy and, as long as it’s nice outside, will leave clothes feeling fresh. Check out more sustainable laundry hacks that’ll help the planet and your wardrobe.
Say goodbye to your “one and done” products with these reusable substitutes that are equally as good (if not better), aesthetically pleasing, and just plain fun. From metal straws to glass water bottles, revamp your home with these single-use swaps.