Are you tired of living a life that is wasteful? Is 2020 the year for living a more eco-friendly lifestyle? Living a more sustainable lifestyle is something more people than ever are doing.

However, you may feel a little overwhelmed thinking about all the changes you may have to make. You have taken the biggest step because you have decided to change. So focus on some smaller changes. Doing so will make things easier as you embark on the steps to living a more eco-friendly lifestyle.

Making Simple Changes For Your Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

So with that in mind, here are some simple and small changes that you can make in your everyday life, so that you can to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle.

Eat Less Meat

Believe it or not, cutting back on how much meat that you are eating can make a big difference to the environment. The stats are there, are more than 30% of the Earth’s surface is being used to raise and support livestock. This not only consumes a lot of water, but it also means a lot of emissions of nitrous oxide which is harmful to the environment.

However, if there was less demand for meat, it would mean less livestock and less space for them to live. So think about cutting out some meat in your meals. Even just a couple of times a week can make a difference to your eco-friendly lifestyle.

Sustainability in all elements of life

It is a good idea to embrace sustainability in all different aspects of your life. It could be from planning an eco-friendly funeral to having an eco-friendly home. It also makes sense to be consistent with what you do.

If you get a reusable water bottle to carry with you, but then still get takeaway coffee in disposable cups, then it is a bit of a contradiction. Choose to be sustainable in all ways, and it will make a big difference. 

Start a Compost Pile or Bin

Compost bins have become a large trend throughout the country in the last couple of years. A compost bin can help to reduce waste as you can reuse things that would normally just get thrown out.

A compost bin can also help you to save money while having an eco-friendly lifestyle. Further, compost helps your plants to grow better because the mulch is excellent fertilizer. It makes a lot of sense to get a compost bin or compost area.

Choose Cloth Over Paper

Are the kind of person that will rush off to the store to get lots of paper towels or wipes for your cleaning? How about using an old shirt or other clothing, to use as a rag instead?

If you were going to throw it out anyway, then why not use what you have to save some money and be less wasteful all at the time? Use, wash, and repeat.