One of my resolutions this year is to take time for myself. As much as I love being with my family, I have to make time for myself to do what fills my cup and will ultimately make me a better wife, mom, friend, daughter and sister. If I can’t fully enjoy the time that I spend with the people I choose to have around me, then none of my hard work is worth it.
…this process can leave a lot of people dabbling in the idea of living more sustainably asking, “where the heck do I start?” I’ll give you a great first step… look in your trash can.
Check out five tips below for how you can start to incorporate more sustainable practices into your daily life. From there you’ll start to recognize certain concepts and it will just snowball from there.
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