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Saving on Your Household Items Sustainably: Is that Difficult?

household items into eco-friendlySolar panels, energy-efficient lights, recycling … think of all the eco-friendly frugal hacks embraced by your friends, neighbors and you – of course – and we can tell you that in spite of our earnest efforts towards sustainability – not many of us are aware of the simpler ways in which we can save money in an environment friendly fashion. Today, in the course of the post, we’ll explore a slew of ways with the help of which you will be able to save on your household items in an environment-friendly fashion.

You might as well have always been very particular regarding the ways in which you handle your finances. Right from investing in green bonds to availing quick cash loans (that involve minimal paper work and don’t require you to visit the bank to get approved) – your commitment towards sustainable money-management has been infallible – to say the least. So, do ensure that you are actually beefing up your knowhow with the help of this post.

Eco-friendly ways in which you can Save up on your household items

Start off by talking to your family. Remember sustainability is not really a fad. If you are implementing sustainable practices that encompass even possibly the most ignored areas imaginable, then you would ideally want your family members to chip in as well. This is the reason why it’s important to discuss and inculcate similar values in them. Changing a few simple things can actually do the trick for you. For instance, you might ditch the old way of preparing coffee at home. Making the shift from paper to reusable filters is advisable. Additionally, instead of imprudently falling for the single-serve coffee-maker fad, you can easily switch to biodegradable pods. Even if you aren’t able to give up on the fancy single servers, do reserve them for special occasions and use the traditional French press version otherwise.

Should you Brown Bag your Lunch?

Brown bagging your lunch remains a traditional advice when it comes to saving money. However, do let us tell you that using reusable bags, containers and wrappings can save money and the environment at the same time. You can even use a bandana wrap or a napkin to wrap your lunch. What else? You can ditch a special lunch bag altogether and settle for a small tote bag to carry your lunch instead. Do remember that bottled water is a wise choice as well since there is substantial amount of petroleum and other resources required to manufacture it. For the environmentally conscious people, this one remains a waste of money – quite simply because of the fact that tap water is equally advisable.

As incongruous as it might end up sounding, do let us tell you that you can actually manufacture your detergent at home. You can actually go on to buy detergent and other cleaners on sale and start using a lot less than what you had imagined. You can use just a quarter cup of laundry detergent to get rid of the dirt from the filthiest of clothes. Just a tablespoon of dishwasher will leave you with spick and span plates without really overloading your machine with suds. Or else, you can make your laundry soaps all on your own.

Clay Miller
the authorClay Miller
I am the creator/writer of and I'm an advocate for oceans, beaches, state parks. I enjoy all things outdoors (e.g. running, golf, gardening, hiking, etc.) I am a graduate of the University of Kentucky (Go Wildcats!!). I'm also a huge fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers. I was born and raised in the beautiful state of Kentucky.

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