1. Start using low-chemical or chemical-free cleaners where you can. They’re not only healthier for the environment, but they’re also healthier for you and your family as well! It’s a win-win!
2. Shop locally especially when it comes to food. Not only will you be promoting the local farmers, but you will also be reducing the amount of chemicals exposure in your food. If you have some space, you could even start farming your own produce.
Farm markets are almost in all towns, look for one and start consuming fresh and chemical-free produce.
3. Only replace your plastic containers and other household items when they actually need to be replaced. Purging items from your home that aren’t biodegradable if they’re still able to be used actually HURTS rather than helps.
Reusables are the way to go, and reusing your existing plastic containers is even better.