Here are 4 Easy Eco Friendly Swaps We Can All Make Today

Living an eco-friendly lifestyle has become increasingly important, especially in recent years. With the world facing environmental issues such as climate change, water shortages, soil degradation and plastic pollution, it’s crucial that we do our part to live sustainably. 

As a parent, it can be easy to fall into the trap of buying the convenient disposable products that are so heavily marketed to us, but the good news is that making eco-friendly swaps is easier than you think and will save us money in the long run. 

If you are starting out on your journey to live more sustainable, here are 4 easy eco-friendly swaps you can make today that will have a positive impact on our environment.


  1. Say goodbye to plastic water bottles. Plastic water bottles are not only a threat to the environment but also a waste of money. Get yourself a refillable water bottle. Not only are they more convenient, but will save you time and money. Reusable water bottles are made from stainless steel, glass, or aluminium, which are not only durable but also eco-friendly.


  1. Say no to single-use plastic bags.  Single-use plastic bags are one of the biggest contributors to plastic pollution. The next time you go shopping, bring a reusable cloth bag instead. These bags are lightweight, foldable, and can be easily stored in your car or backpack, so that you’ve got one on hand when you need it! Instead of putting dirty or wet clothing into a plastic bag, while out and about, why not try a wet bag


  1. Use eco-friendly cleaning products. Cleaning products can contain harsh chemicals that are harmful to the environment and your health. Opt for eco-friendly cleaning products that are made from natural ingredients, such as vinegar, baking soda, and lemon juice. Or even better, make your own! These ingredients are not only effective in cleaning but also cost-effective and safer for the environment.


  1. Switch to Cloth wipes. Reusable cloth wipes are far more effective at cleaning than their plastic disposable counterparts. The nature of the fabric means you can get a good clean; pop them in the wash and use again. They come in natural fibres and will also save you money in the long run. 


Making these eco-friendly swaps is a small but significant step in reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the environment. These swaps are easy to make, cost-effective, and will have a positive impact on the planet. So, why not start today?

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