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An Ever-growing List of Eco-friendly Practices for Everyday Life

Simples practices can have a huge impact. Protecting the planet starts with you; Together we can save the planet and ourselves.

Earth Day Eco-friendly Practices
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Being Eco-friendly is all about celebrating the creation, being steward with all that we have, and passing it on to the next generation. We can practice several things in our home and play a small role in reducing landfill wastes, purifying the air, and preserving our natural resources. Here are a few small, easy, and green choices that we can quickly adapt in our everyday life.

Eco-friendly Practices for Everyday Life

1. Simple Backyard Garden:

Do not forget where we get our food; however, it needs to be fuss-free.

2. Save Energy:

Switching your light bulbs to energy-efficient types.

3. Opt for Reusable Bags:

Instead of using disposable bags, opt for some reusable bags. It is both safe and easy to carry.

4. Homemade Compost Bins:

You can create a homemade compost bin and save landfill wastes.

5.Look for Energy Stars:

While purchasing electrical appliances, do not forget to look for the energy stars label. It will save a lot of energy.

6.Reusable Bottle:

Instead of spending several hundreds of dollars on disposable plastic bottles, go for the cost-effective reusable water bottles.

7.Drive the Speed Limit:

When you need to head out for work or any other purposes, start early and drive within the speed limit. Also, try to cover as many errands in a single trip as possible.

8.Local Renewable Energy:

Instead of using petroleum and its products, you can sign up for local renewable energy.

9.Reuse Paper Scrap:

Try to print on both sides of the paper.

10.Storing and Using Rainwater:

Instead of using water from your pipeline, try using rainwater for watering your plants. The rainwater contains several essential minerals that your plants need.

11.Switch to Cloth Diapers:

Instead of using disposable diapers for your baby, switch to cloth diapers or try combining both. Combination and switching diapers help in reducing landfill waste.

12.Using Menstrual Cups:

Using a menstrual cup during the monthly cycles instead of sanitary napkins helps in reducing landfill waste.

13.Use Cloth for Cleaning:

Reuse your old towels and t-shirts and cut them into small cleaning cloths instead of paper.

14.Reuse Glass Jars:

While you have leftovers remaining in the kitchen, try storing them in the glass jars and bulk storages.

15.Shop at Thrift Stores:

Try recycling the used items and support your local economy, thereby saving money.

16.Switch Heating Source:

Instead of using gas boilers, oil, electric boilers, and biomass boilers use solar power for heating.

17.Eco-friendly Toilet Paper:

Instead of using the regular toilet paper rolls, try using the one made of bamboo.

18.Eco-friendly Shampoo:

Regular shampoos and conditioners contain a high concentration of chemicals that drain into the ocean. Try using Eco-friendly ones.

19.Recycled Gift Papers:

Instead of using plastic wrappers, try using recycled paper for wrapping gifts.

20.Recycled Straws:

Instead of using plastic straws, try using straws made from recycled plastic and recycled paper.


It is a great option to adopt Eco-friendly practices even at home. It not only helps in saving the environment but also saves a lot of money.

Note: We will be continuing to add to this list and page often.

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Written by Pallavi Bose

Extremely passionate about everything she does. Loves to make a small world of her own in this big world. Makeup, fashion, and styling scores the highest on her list. Pallavi is completely starstruck, especially Bollywood.

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