Going Eco: How To Adapt Your Home To Become More Eco-Friendly 4

Going Eco: How To Adapt Your Home To Become More Eco-Friendly

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Perhaps your new year’s resolution was to become a more eco-friendly and sustainable family, but so far it hasn’t really gone too well. Maybe you’ve cut down on your use of single-use plastic but aside from that you haven’t made any other changes. If things have stalled don’t panic, making your home a more eco-friendly place and building a lifestyle that’s more ethical and sustainable doesn’t have to be a complete nightmare. 

The truth is that going eco is about small consistent changes. For instance, it’s better to make a few small changes than none at all, even if the small changes you make don’t get you to where you eventually want to be. It’s important to remember that they are still a start, and that’s all that matters. 

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Wondering what you can do to make it a little easier for your family to go greener? Below are a few handy tips and suggestions – have a read, take note, and decide which ones you can implement! 

Be a smarter shopper 

One of the best ways that you can make your home and life more eco-friendly is to be a smarter shopper. This means taking the time to think about where you’re shopping, and only choosing to shop in places that offer sustainable options. Instead of shopping at your local superstore, consider heading to a smaller, zero waste store. The prices might be a little steeper but if it means you can reduce your home’s carbon footprint it’s worth looking into, isn’t it? 

Think about energy alternatives 

It’s also important to take the time to think about some energy alternatives for your home. If you are going to build a more sustainable home, it’s important to take the time to think about how you can make your energy sources more sustainable, such as switching to solar power, for instance. If you’re keen to learn more about solar power, consider utilizing resources like choosesolar.com to learn more about alternative energy sources. It’s always worth taking the time to learn what you can about the options available to you, just in case one is a viable route you could go down. 

Reduce your electricity usage 

A key way to cut your home’s carbon footprint is to reduce yours’ and your family’s electricity usage. Of course, knowing how to go about doing that isn’t always easy, is it? Believe it or not, a few small, simple changes could be all it takes to significantly reduce the amount of electricity that is being used in your home. You might find that utilizing a smart energy hub could help to make cutting your energy usage down easier, as that way you would be able to see exactly what you are using. 

Going eco is not always an easy task, especially when you have a young family to take care of. However, just because it’s not easy, that doesn’t mean it’s not doable. It’s just a case of making a number of small, consistent changes. 

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Kori

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I'm a stay at home mom aspiring to be a work at home mom, and unofficial step mom of two. I enjoy singing with my church choir, spending time with my family, cooking, baking, crafts, and watching Jeopardy.

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