It just so happens that sustainable living practices coincide with times of recession.
It makes sense, when you think about it. During economic recession, saving money means using less – turning down the heat, making your own dinner, and using less fuel, being kind to the earth as a result.
In general, these practices also mean being healthier. It’s a 3-in-1 deal, and how can you say no to that?
The amount of things you can do to save energy are only as limited as your imagination. It just means reworking how you think. Do you really need to throw away that Ziplock bag, or can you reuse it?
Today’s tip: Make your own food.
(This goes along with our post about victory gardens! Growing your own vegetables, fruit and herbs is cheap and fun.)
Pre-made/frozen meals use more plastic & cardboard waste than home-cooked meals, not to…
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