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Shifting to an eco-conscious life might seem like a daunting task. And if you’re trying to be “perfect” immediately, that is really overwhelming!
There’s no such thing as perfect, especially when it comes to cultivating a sustainable lifestyle. We’re here to break down eco-conscious living into small, gradual steps you can take to make it a more sustainable (pun intended) lifestyle that can you keep up for years to come instead of burning out by doing too much too quickly. Slow living is just that – slow. The more you lean into a gentle approach, the more you’ll see how simple it can be when you take small steps.
Realistically, you can’t flip the switch to sustainable in just a day without throwing things out, which is counterproductive, even if the items are made of plastic or are single-use. Adapting a new lifestyle takes time, and it’s much more sustainable to replace items with their eco-friendly counterparts as needed instead of replacing everything in your home at once.
Here are some swaps you can make as products run out:
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As you start to make changes, you’ll begin to notice all the little things you can tweak to be more eco-conscious in different areas of your life. Here are some sustainable habits you can start in 2023:
Habits tend to have a snowball effect – one thing leads to another and soon enough, your life is different than it was before. And even better, when people see you adopting positive changes, they are often inspired to make changes in their own lives. So even if you feel like these are small steps, consider how they can add up. And, more importantly: keep going! Have faith that all these decisions add up to a larger impact on the health of our planet, especially when you consider how many other people are doing it alongside you.