101 Eco Friendly Resolutions That Will Make You Happy and Not Cost a Cent!

If you enjoyed my Leaky-Bucket List (or even if you haven’t read it yet) then you might like

101 Eco Friendly Resolutions That Will Make You Happy and Not Cost a Cent!

Some of these are, admittedly, local ones but you can probably adapt them to your own area.

Number 42 is a constant challenge for me. I resolve to do better, as well as trying some new ones from this list.

If you had to choose just one, what would it be?

Would you add any others to the list?

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11 thoughts on “101 Eco Friendly Resolutions That Will Make You Happy and Not Cost a Cent!

  1. 101 is exhausting to read all at once! I think I do quite a few already, especially ones related to avoiding food waste and overpackaging and recycling, but I find it hard to focus on picking new ones from such a big list. Maybe they’d have been better publishing it in sections!

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  2. It’s well intentioned but not all is practical. My husband is forever blowing his nose and I really don’t want to go back to handkerchiefs. I do need to look up palm oil derivatives however. I’m clueless! Thanks for pointing these out. 🙂 🙂

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    • Hankies – YUK! I agree. No I don’t know many people who could do them all. My attitude is that it shouldn’t have to be all or nothing. I think I can try just a little bit harder and make a few small changes at a time and see what happens from there. Stay tuned. I’ll let you know how I go.

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  3. For us: the most important,
    Switch off the lights when leaving the room (nr 7)
    Commit to buyin nothing for a week (nr 35)

    Got to nr 82 and gave up! Because there are so many we’d like to resolve on doing!
    Hard to do nr 28, because Mel’s a book collector… selective of course.

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    • Well I reckon if you can do those 2 to start with you’ll be doing a lot better than most other people. I have to admit to not being vigilent with electricity because we are fully solar powered and also feed back to the grid so usually have a credit in our account.

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