Do you only find moths in your wallet at the end of each month? While it’s true that societal factors play a role, you do have some control over your budget. Chances are, you can find multiple places to pare.
When you grow tired of feeling short on cash, give the following nine tips a try. Many of these strategies will save you money and also reduce your carbon footprint. Here’s how to get started!
1. Use Fewer Paper Products
As the Coronavirus rages on, paper products are in short supply. What better time to reduce your carbon footprint by decreasing their use? You’ll wash your hands after you wipe, so cut down on the number of sheets you take off the roll each time. You can also find bidet attachments for your toilet that allow you to rinse, decreasing the need for tissue exponentially.
Instead of using paper towels to clean your counter-tops, invest in rags. You can even cut up old T-shirts to use as substitutes. Consider using a hankie instead of tissues. After…
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