Sustainable living is becoming increasingly important as we strive to protect our planet and reduce our carbon footprint. One aspect of sustainable living is growing your own food and reducing food waste. Not only is this good for the environment, but it can also be a fun and rewarding experience.
Many people are hearing about climate change on the news and they want to become part of the solution. The problem is that many don’t believe they can make a difference on their own. After all, studies show that just 90 companies contribute to most climate change. Even if you worked there, you probably wouldn’t be able to convince them to stop.
The Covid-19 pandemic showed us that sometimes, you may be unable to go about your normal activities. The need for fitness doesn’t care about your movement plans, however, so we need to be better prepared. You can have a sustainable home gym at home, so you won’t have to rely on external factors to keep fit. Creating a sustainable home gym is a lot easier than you think, and won’t cost much either. To that end, here are a few steps to helping you set up a sustainable gym at home:
With the risk of global warming and changing weather patterns around the world, the importance of sustainable living has increased multifold. Sustainable living starts from the construction of a sustainable household. This doesn’t mean that you wouldn’t get your dream house, but it would have a few adjustments.
We all use conditioner regularly but have we ever thought of a home remedy for this. The water we use to rinse rice grains contains starch, ammonia acids, vitamin E, minerals, and antioxidants that can benefit your hair by detangling it, making it smoother, shiner, and stronger. Using this can reduce the use of chemicals on the hair and is cost-effective while not having to spend any extra amount buying conditioners.
The topic of diapers was one area we struggled with (so much waste to deal with!) and we learned some lessons on the way. Read on to find out how we try to integrate a minimalistic approach into our family lifestyle every day. I’ll also share how we teach our daughter about minimalism even though she’s only two years old.