How to get a fresh start on green living

How to get a fresh start on green living



How to get a fresh start on green living

Green living is a hot topic these days. Many people know they should be doing more to help the environment, but just don't know the best way to start. Our experts share amazing tips on how to start making small lifestyle changes that will help make a big difference to Mother Earth.

23 tips for earth friendly living
Lessen your impact on the environment by making small changes at home and at work.

Here are great tips for busy people who want to make a difference. It's easy to help the planet by making small adjustments in our daily lives. Click on the title above to try 23 easy tips for changes at work and at home.

Food and the environment: Make your grocery shopping greener
Does your concern for the environment extend to your food shopping? Find out more about the link between food and the environment with these tips on making your grocery shopping greener.

Everybody needs to eat and whether you pop out to the store every few days, order your goods online or frequent local markets, everybody has to shop. Grocery shopping is a chore that can't be ignored, but it doesn't have to be a bad habit – there are many ways to make your food purchases better for the environment. Here are some great ways to do so.

Going green can boost your health
Reduce your carbon footprint, help the environment and improve your health in four easy steps.

With all the emphasis on green living, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed when trying to decide the best way to incorporate healthy, earth-friendly choices into our lives. Where to start? What will make the biggest impact? How difficult will it be? Fear not – with this quick list you'll soon be on your way to a more eco-friendly lifestyle, all the while improving your health.

Make your bathroom eco-friendly
Learn how to dispose of old products and start your journey toward a greener washroom.

Most of us dread cleaning out that cluttered cupboard under the bathroom sink. When we finally muster up the courage, not much gets done because we still can't figure out how to dispose of that aerosol can that's been there since 2003, or the expired prescription drugs left over from wisdom tooth surgery. What gets recycled? What should be thrown out?

Well, look no further. Here is a short guide to help you dispose of all the flotsam and jetsam that's in that cupboard, as well as some useful tips to help you reduce your bathroom clutter.

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