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Sustainable living 101

Sustainable living is a very enticing concept, but one that admittedly, is not that easy to achieve. What it is, in fact, is the practice of meeting daily basic needs and necessities without causing harm or making a negative impact on the environment as well as the needs of future generations. Making your home an entirely sustainable one is an improbable thought, especially if you already have a good property and day-to-day routine in place. There are, however, ways by which you can make your home just a bit more sustainable than the average.


Go natural

Making natural home cleaners out of regular household items is one of the things you can do for starters. Some natural cleaners sold at local markets unfortunately still contain chemicals that end up contaminating our water supply. A good example of a household item that’s sure to cleanse your home is white vinegar. Like lemon juice, you can use it on mirrors and windows to eliminate mold and bacteria build-up.

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Be a conscious consumer

The great thing about today’s marketplace is that there are so many options to choose from. Given these countless choices, what you buy has a direct impact on the sustainability of your home. For instance, using rechargeable batteries can decrease the amount of non-biodegradable trash you throw out. In addition, biodegradable plastics are now available, and these are the kind that dissolves over time, decreasing the amount of non-biodegradable trash in our landfills.

Trim the trimmings down

If you cut back on purchasing non-reusable items, you wouldn’t need to buy so much to begin with. Buy stuff you can use and reuse for longer periods of time. For longer-lasting lighting, use LED-based compact fluorescents instead of regular light bulbs. They last longer and eat up less energy. Water-saving solutions, such as patching up those leaky pipes, will help you reduce consumption and save this precious natural resource, too.                    

Making the choice to go green may not seem easy at first, but it is one of the most practical and fulfilling decisions you will make in the long run that will benefit you, the environment, and future generations to come.


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