Hello everyone! Here I wanted to share with you all some everyday things that you can switch to in order to be more Eco-Friendly! The world is an amazing place and it’s important to appreciate the environment. Change is good. However, it is not good when we are increasing the amount of plastic we are using, increasing carbon emissions, waste, littering, etc.
The Earth is warming. It’s a scientific fact and the only people who can change it is us. Even the smallest thing and changes that you can make in your everyday life can make a difference. Below I have a list of just a few things you can do to be Eco-friendlier and help the environment. Finally, I wanted to share with you all some stores that are Eco-Friendly for you to check out! (not a sponsored post)
Eco-Friendly / Sustainable Brands
“We’re creating a reality where household essentials of every kind are actually good for you and the world. Everything available at Grove has met our standards for non-toxicity, efficacy, and sustainability, and is cruelty-free.”
“Earth Hero is on a quest to help make sustainable, earth-friendly commerce the new normal. We inspire conscious commerce by offering trusted, high quality goods that create authentic positive impact. Together, we aim to learn, share, and celebrate a healthier planet.
“Our mission is to raise awareness on the health and environmental problems posed by plastics while making the solutions more accessible, and empowering people to be part of the change.”
“We offer high quality & affordable everyday products to help you reduce waste. For packaging and shipping, we only use recyclable materials that are completely plastic free.”
“To make organic affordable which we believe can help inspire change. We want individuals to not only care about what they put in their body, but what they put on their body.
To transform how we make clothes and treat the environment and our workers.”
“ECO: Focused on the environment and sustainable, ethical practices.
VIBE: The feeling, the style, the look, the energy, and the experience.
Take time and care to consider where and how things are made, who makes them and what they are made out of.
We support local designers, women, minority and family owned businesses and small makers and manufacturers.
We are a community-focused business…”
And that wraps up today’s blog post! In fact, making small changes to your everyday life can make more of an impact on the environment than you think. I hope you all got some inspiration out of this post and some ideas of things that you can do to make a difference. Have a great day!
Molly @ Transatlantic Notes says
I’ve been making some switches already but you’ve given me some extra idea — thanks!
Of course! I’m glad I could give you more ideas 🙂