12 Sustainable Practices You Can Do at Home

1. Zero-Waste Grocery Shopping

Buying small items packed in plastic bags produces a lot of waste. Buying in bulk is not only good for the planet; it is great for your pocket.

2. Cloth Diapers and Reusable Wipes

According to Pampers, newborns use up to 10 diapers per day. By the end of the first year, many parents would have used 2500-3000 diapers on their child.

3. Thrift Store and Swap Finds

With the rise of fast fashion, it has become a trend for people to buy tens of clothing every other month.

4. Minimalist Wardrobe

Whether buying new sustainable items or second-hand clothes, you should aim at buying versatile and timeless items.

5. DIY Natural Cleaners

The US Environmental Protection Agency says that a lot of store-bought cleaning goods contain chemicals that break down very slowly.

6. Composting System

Food waste and remains make up most of what ends up in our trash and eventually in landfills.

7. Meatless Meals

No doubt, eating less meat can significantly cut your costs. To live a frugal life, start by embracing a plant-based diet.

8. Upcycled Home Decor

A lot of home decor is made from plastic and other synthetic materials. The production process is unfriendly to the environment and causes pollution.

9. Renewable Energy Sources

Shifting from non-renewable energy sources to renewable sources will save you a lot of money.

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