1. Try to make your car less heavy since heavier cars burn more gas.
2. Use ceiling fans when possible.
3. Grow your produce. Grow a one container garden if space is an issue.
4. Pull back the curtain to use sunlight when possible to light the home.
5. Unplug products when not in use. These items are still using energy and your power bill will decrease.
6. Just say no to plastic bags. Buy reusable bags to use at the store.
7. Open the windows when the weather isn’t hot to cool the house.
8. Bring your own containers for leftovers to a restaurant, if you really want to kick it up a notch.
9. Of course, recycle when possible.
1. You can clean with inexpensive household products with products such as lemon juice, baking soda, and vinegar.
2. If your errands are in the same area. Park the car and walk to burn less fuel. Plus, more steps means a burning more calories, too.
3. Insulate your own home to reduce energy consumption. It will help to lower the electricity bill, too.
4. Take shorter showers and turn the water off when brushing your teeth.
5. Make your own easy natural laundry detergent.
6. LED lights are inexpensive and help to reduce the power bill.
7. Install low-flow showerheads.
8. Be creative. Reuse material when possible (sometimes for other uses).
9. If not in a room keep the light turned off.