Tips

Order ice cream in a cone instead of a cup, and help reduce your waste output. So it's a little extra carb… we won't tell anyone!
Instead of joining a gym that ranks high on energy consumption, incorporate greener ways of getting in shape into your daily routine such as hiking, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, walking, running and cycling.
When you're feeling a bit under the weather use a cotton handkerchief instead of paper tissues to save on paper. A soft handkerchief is a lot gentler on your nose too.
Rent or borrow used workout equipment to avoid creating more waste or donate your own to your local donation center.
Buy eggs that come in cardboard packages as they are usually made from recycled wood pulp unlike its plastic or polysterene alternatives.
If you want to reduce your impact on the environment, work on simplifying your life. Get rid of things your don't need or use in your regular routine and focus on buying only the things you absolutely need. This will eventually lead to lower...
Medical studies show that over packaged and highly fragrant deodorants contain aluminum, which when absorbed into the skin, can affect internal organs and poison the blood stream. Arm yourself with a natural deodorant made out of mineral salts...
Chocolate brands with a “Certified Organic” label are grown without harmful pesticides and fertilizers on soil that has been free of chemicals for at least three years prior to receiving the label
A fair trade third-party certification means that cacao beans were purchased directly from growers for more than their regular market-price, allowing farmers to invest in their own community developments.
Studies show that eating before going for grocery shopping significantly cuts down on the amount of groceries we buy, so fill up before your next visit to the supermarket.
Foods such as artichokes, beans, cranberries, blueberries and blackberries as well as cinnamon, oregano and cloves are filled with antioxidants. Eat away!
Be comfortable about your trip by knowing your personal boundaries. Voluntourism trips could be physically and emotionally intense. You may face extreme climates and living conditions. The type of service work you choose may also require a lot of...

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