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What Does a Sustainable Lifestyle Look Like?

It’s a way to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle.

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Sustainable living is a practice of leading a life in such a way that it shows little impact on the environment. We all know that the impact of global warming, climate change, and depletion of the ozone layer and other resources can be devastating. By adopting sustainability into our lives, we can reduce their impacts and heal natural bodies.

I know before adopting a lifestyle, you want to know how does it look. In this blog, I will give you a closer and deeper look at the sustainable life.

Grow Food at Home

Sustainable gardening is one of the best ways to reduce carbon footprints. It is the practice that improves the beauty of the space and creates a huge positive impact on the environment.

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As you can see in this video, my mom has put all her efforts to support a sustainable lifestyle by growing foods at home. If you also want to grow a lawn in your space, read this blog.

After seeing my mom’s efforts, my neighbors have also started growing vegetables at home. So, it’s not just about growing your food; it can also promote sustainable living in your area.

Sustainable Grocery Shopping

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  • Avoid using a plastic bag; instead, take your own bag for groceries.
  • Stop buying plastic water bottles.
  • Don’t buy plastic-wrapped products. Instead, take paper-wrapped products.
  • Buy durable and high quality products.

Sustainable Fashion Shopping

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  • Buy second-hand clothes if you are comfortable.
  • Buy the clothes of the brands that are ethical and climate-conscious.
  • Give a new look to your old clothes; for example, a dress you don’t wear can be used as a skirt.
  • Reduce washing clothes frequency.
  • Always choose a sustainable material-based dress when shopping.

Sustainable Office

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  • Turn off the lights and systems when leaving an office.
  • Learn how to create a green team at work.
  • Go for eco-friendly printing cards.
  • Add plants to your office.
  • Opt for digital marketing.
  • Always use double-sided printing whenever possible.
  • Use biodegradable coffee mugs and straws.

Sustainable Kitchen

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  • Use reusable glass jars in your kitchen.
  • Instead of using plastic plates and bowls, use metal or glass plates and bowls.
  • Use clothes rather than using paper towels.
  • Don’t buy coffee from the nearest cafes, make your own coffee.
  • Limit the use of water when washing utensils and hands.
  • Use eco-friendly dishwashers.
  • Reduce food waste.

Sustainable Lifestyle

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  • Go vegan.
  • Purchase foods and vegetables from a local shop.
  • Create blogs, videos, and share posts on a sustainable lifestyle.
  • Read news online and avoid newspapers.
  • Adopt pets.
  • Stop using plastic material-based toys for your children.
  • Save money for the future.
  • Distribute foods to NGOs.

I have shared all the ultimate tips that lead you towards a sustainable lifestyle. Do you have any more sustainability tips? If yes, then please share them with me.

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Akriti vyas

Akriti vyas

I write copy for change. Subject Inclination: Environmentalism, Climate, Green business, and Social Justice I Find me at: freelancer.akriti98@gmail.com

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