If 2020 has sidetracked your healthy routine, worry not: it’s a perfect time to start afresh! Join us as we take a look at how you can start these 6 simple habits for healthy and eco-friendly living, well, ASAP.
🍒 #1: Mind what you're eating
Pizza tastes good. Burgers taste good. But they won’t help you in the long-term.
Healthy eating is pretty important for physical and mental well-being: it can help you lose weight (if that’s your goal) and it can improve your overall health and help you get fitter, which is super important right now.
🍱 #2: Learn to meal prep
Meal planning can be one of the best ways to boost your nutrition intake, whilst ensuring you save time, money, and prevent stress.
The good news is that we’ve decided to create this article, which is a low-down on how beginners can create their very own meal plan.
♻️ #3: Become a pro at reusing and recycling
Have you heard of 5R’s? Reducing, reusing, and recycling is much easier than you think; it’s also beneficial for the environment and your wallet. Let’s take a look at what each R means and how to make these sustainable practices an essential part of your life.
🧦 #4: Ditch fast fashion
Fast fashion is inexpensive, it looks good, but it’s also mass-produced, of a generally poor quality, and it’s also one of the most damaging industries for the planet.
In this article, we want to take a look at how you can quit fast fashion for good and adopt a new aesthetic that’s still “you.”
🧃 #5: Choose sustainable options
Ready to freshen up your life by going more sustainable? Amazingly, it’s easier than you thought!
We’ve discovered seven (7) easy sustainable swaps you can start doing right now.
🏡 #6: Support local businesses more
Local and small businesses are at the heart of any community. They’re our friends, they’re sometimes our family and — in many cases — they’re striving to make the world a better place via sustainable, organic, and homemade produce and goods.
Let us introduce you to a few compelling reasons how you, too, could support your local and small businesses!
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