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5 Easy Eco Tips 

 

1. Ditch the plastic - Use a reusable bottle for water, bring cloth bags to the market, use stainless steel or glass to store food in

2. Buy used - Shop thrift, vintage and consignment shops or when buying new choose organic or natural fiber clothing
The fashion industry is the second largest polluter in the world. Buying second hand and purchasing organic and locally made clothes drastically reduces the negative environmental impact of clothing production

3. Reduce consumption - It's easy to get caught up in cute seasonal decor and the $1 section at Target always call to me but I try to really assess if those purchases are necessary. More often than not things we buy quickly end up as landfill. Take a minimalist approach to purchases.

4. Support eco-friendly brands - I personally love Dr. Bronner's products and there are many great brands out there that support the Earth and their employees in a holistic way. A quick google search of the brands you use will reveal their business practices. Choose brands that are committed to sustainability

5. Shop local - Shop your local farmer's market, support your local ice cream shop, cafe, restaurant, or vintage store. Food & goods that are made and sourced locally are traveling a small distance compared to large national brands that are being flown or driven in from far away and have a much bigger carbon footprint

5 Easy Eco Tips 

1. Ditch the plastic - Use a reusable bottle for water, bring cloth bags to the market, use stainless steel or glass to store food in

2. Buy used - Shop thrift, vintage and consignment shops or when buying new choose organic or natural fiber clothing
The fashion industry is the second largest polluter in the world. Buying second hand and purchasing organic and locally made clothes drastically reduces the negative environmental impact of clothing production
3. Reduce consumption - It's easy to get caught up in cute seasonal decor and the $1 section at Target always call to me but I try to really assess if those purchases are necessary. More often than not things we buy quickly end up as landfill. Take a minimalist approach to purchases.
4. Support eco-friendly brands - I personally love Dr. Bronner's products and there are many great brands out there that support the Earth and their employees in a holistic way. A quick google search of the brands you use will reveal their business practices. Choose brands that are committed to sustainability
5. Shop local - Shop your local farmer's market, support your local ice cream shop, cafe, restaurant, or vintage store. Food & goods that are made and sourced locally are traveling a small distance compared to large national brands that are being flown or driven in from far away and have a much bigger carbon footprint

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