Let There Be Energy (Efficient Light)
A simple switch can make a significant impact. Swap out those old incandescent bulbs for energy-efficient LED or CFL alternatives. They use less energy and last longer, saving you money on your electricity bill. It's a bright idea that's good for your wallet and the planet.
Grow Your Own Greens
Why not cultivate your own vegie patch? Growing fruits and vegetables isn’t just good for the environment, it's a great activity to invest your time in and it’s good food for your health. You don't need a large space, even a small balcony or windowsill can host a thriving herb or veggie patch. It's a delicious way to go green.
Say No thank you to Plastic
Most of us already opt for reusable shopping bags, so why not switch to reusable bottles and containers. By making this small shift, you can significantly cut down on everyday plastic waste. Say goodbye to single-use plastics like straws, utensils and water bottles. If you do have to use plastic, try and recycle it where you can. It's a small change with a big impact.
Give New Life to Old Treasures
Decluttering doesn't have to mean waste. We encourage the repair and re-wear concept, learn to mend and fix your belongings and clothes. Learning to repair a hole in your favourite knit or jeans is extremely rewarding and will help contribute to a circular economy.