15 Ways to Live a Green Lifestyle, Save Money, and our Planet

Many people shy away from living a greener lifestyle because they fear it’s a costly endeavor. In fact, that’s far from the case. There are a variety of ways in which you can live sustainably that doesn’t involve shopping at the most expensive grocery stores or paying extra for eco-friendly cleaning products. Credit.com outlines all the lifestyle changes you can make to not only better the environment, but your wallet as well.

Green Living and save money

  • Try a no-spend month
  • Buy second hand
  • Trade with those in your community
  • Upcycle and DIY
  • Buy local at farmers market
  • Get a library card
  • Use reusable shopping bags
Pet Care:
  • Use topical treatments
  • Use biodegradable bags
  • Purchase litter without bentonite clay
  • Eat less meat and dairy
  • Cook from scratch
  • Avoid the microwave
  • Order groceries online
  • Buy in bulk
  • Grab an herb + vegetable garden
  • Switch to paperless
  • Recycle old phones and batteries
  • Use power strips

There are so many other suggestions and ways you can go green while saving money. View the visual below for inspiration to live a more sustainable, budget-friendly lifestyle!

Infographic provided by https://www.credit.com/

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Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog! I believe in living green, organically, and natural in every aspect of our lives. My mission is to help educate you on how to live green, help save our environment and to help you and your family live a happier, healthier life!

7 thoughts on “15 Ways to Live Green a Lifestyle, Save Money and our Planet”

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  2. It is often argued that going green is expensive so this is a great post to prove otherwise. I know my monthly outlay is a lot less than other people and I put that down to our green lifestyle. My food bills may be higher as some of the greener options I choose can be more expensive (it drives me mad that unwrapped produce is often more expensive than the plastic wrapped equivalent) but buying so much less of everything else soon offsets that. I don’t need loads of clothes, make-up, new technology etc and I grow/produce a lot of our own food. #GoingGreen

    1. HI Rosie,
      I actually think living green is less expensive in many ways especially if you make your own DIY products. Buying organic might be more expensive if you buy at the grocery but if you buy from you local farmer or grow your own as you said it saves you quite a lot and it certainly saves in medical bills from eating processed foods filled with chemicals.

    1. Hi,
      I feel part of going green is about saving money and reusing and recycling instead of buying new. Thanks for stopping by, commenting, and reading my article.

    1. HI Kaylee,
      Trading can be very profitable. Glad to hear that you are living green. Thanks for stopping by, reading my article, and commenting. Have a healthy, happy & blessed day.

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