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Green Living Ideas For Millennials

| 04 September 2017
Every millennial has a special way to live green because of the instant access to valuable information regarding maintaining an amazing lifestyle. It means that the next generation is even more prepared to make the world a better place to live and that everyone has a way to do its part in achieving such a universal feat.

When it comes to green living, it is true that money is involve in the process of transitioning from a modern way of living to having a sustainable lifestyle. However, there are valuable ideas for green living and millennials will surely benefit from each of these tips.

Use Tankless Water Heater

Before the popularity of the Internet, I have observed people using water heater with corresponding tanks. I think it is a bit more expensive and unnecessary since we can always prefer to use tankless water heater wherein you don't need to store hot water all the time. It is a waste of time, money and resources to use water heater on a tank because you don't need it every now and then. The benefits of tankless water heater are having smaller physical footprint, higher energy efficiency and the endless supply of hot water when needed. So its a good idea to get rid of the traditional water heater and choose a more sustainable way of producing hot water.
Always remember that fewer household energy demands mean fewer emissions of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases.

Many people even mentioned that it is more costly to use hot water than cold water. One example is using hot water in washing clothes and not lining it to dry outside the house. As mentioned earlier, it is also highly recommended to use the best tankless water heater to save energy and money.

Learn To Recycle Waste Materials

Have you heard about a fashion designer who used recycled fabrics to create new stylish clothes? I've heard that he used to tour around the city to find clothing warehouses to collect extra fabrics to create new shirts, dresses and skirts. Now that his new clothes became a popular, he has not only improved his work but also found a way to prefer green living and leverage his business. With this example, what other ideas that you can suggest?

Always Be Modest Yet Chic

Wearing modest clothing pieces is one way to go green but it should be done by following ethical fashion. There are clothes and accessories that are made of natural materials that will help us save the planet. I've seen bags made of hemp and it really attracted me even to this day. I own clothes that are restyled and I usually wear second-hand pieces. I have a hat made of native materials, too. By using green products, you're in the process of simplifying your life but without sacrificng style ans comfort.

Use Homemade Solutions To Stay Beautiful

If you're planning to change your beauty products, it is better to go green. Take time to study the homemade solutions of using Olive oil as a makeup remover. You can also pick fruits in the backyard to make your own facial mask such as avocado, lemon and more. For my hair conditioner, I use coconut oil because it will keep my hair so healthy, shiny, and strong.

Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

One of the most amazing ways to go green is to have an eco-friendly home. Obviously, it is related to techniques in conserving energy and water at home. I am really impressed with interior design ideas that include indoor plants or houseplants arrangement inside the living room. Think about using renewable wood for home furniture and try drift wood art for home decor. For your rug, why not use an item that is biodegradable? Aside from that, you can probably source out biodegradable trash bags so you can help in protecting the environment from harsh waste products. 

Use Natural Household Cleaners

If you talk about going green, it includes using all natural and non-toxic alternatives instead of the usual cleaning products that are made of chemicals. Some of these products are not good for your health and merely exposing yourself to any of the cleaning solutions that are toxic isn't good. After all, cleaning your home and getting sick in the process of doing it is an absurd thing to experience.

Plant Vegetable In Your Garden

Before planting vegetable in your garden, you might want to learn creating your own fertilizer or anything that naturally help your plants grow well. Instead of throwing away waste materials such as disposable household trash from your kitchen, try to make it rot in the backyard and use it in planting vegetables in your garden. We've been doing this for years and the result is always fascinating. It helps us save money, too.

The things listed above have been shared by parents and elders who prefer to go green. If we slowly emulate their ways of living, millennials become amazing steward of the environment in general. Let us not ignore this opportunity to do our share of making this world a beautiful place.



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