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Eco-Conscious Journey in 8 Easy Steps.

Still figuring where to start? We have got you covered.

1. Take a deep breath

There is so much information on living more sustainably and making eco-friendly changes that it might feel overwhelming if you're just starting out. That's where we come in - to guide you through this eco-conscious adventure!

2. Audit your lifestyle to understand the most impactful area

Review your current lifestyle. What activities, products, and services do you think is creating a negative impact on our natural resources? Think about the food you're consuming, the cosmetics you're using, what are you throwing away as trash, your transportation modes - be as comprehensive as possible.

3. Research

Now that you've taken a closer look at your lifestyle, spend some time looking at ideas for eco-conscious lifestyle changes.
To make it easier for you, we've put together some resources and ideas for you to try on our blog.

4. Pick one small change at a time

Eco-conscious living is a sprint, not a marathon. From the list you've created, to begin with, pick one small habit or swap that you can incorporate into your daily life. Even small things like bringing your own shopping bags or switching off electronic appliances when not in use can make a huge impact.
Bit by bit, you can start incorporating more eco-conscious lifestyle changes.

5. Review and assess

Once you've spent some time incorporating a few lifestyle changes, take a moment to review and assess how consistent you've been with your eco-conscious habits and changes, and what kind of impact are they resulting in. Pat yourself on the back for what habits that you are sticking to.

7. Move towards the 5Rs lifestyle

The 5Rs - refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle, and rot - are a core pillar of conscious living. As you become more aware of your habits, try to actively incorporate the 5Rs into your daily life.

8. Spread the word

Get your friends and family in on the eco-conscious living bandwagon. The goal is not 100% compliance, but rather, to increase awareness and encourage any positive action, as imperfect or inconsequential as it may seem.