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Eco-Friendly Productivity: Sustainable Ways to Get Work Done

If we had a penny for all the articles you could find on Google on how you can be more productive, we would all be sailing on yachts.However, there aren’t nearly enough guides on how you can be more productive and more sustainable at the same time, especially if you don’t work in an office setting.That's why we're here to help, with these tips on how to boost productivity with eco-friendly practices that help reduce your carbon footprint.!

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Everyday Things That Harm Your Health And What You Can Do About It

    Watching Netflix while eating popcorn. Making a tomato canned soup when you're under the weather. Using antiperspirant so you don't smell. Totally harmless every day things...right? Sadly, the answer is no.  Each and every one of the things mentioned above are harmful to your health. In this article, we will shed a light on food, habits and products that may  be causing damage to your health and how you can empower yourself to make better choices.FOOD We live in an era where everything is mass produced to cater to the needs of all individuals. Due to the rise of agricultural development, we no longer have to grow our own food in order to sustain ourselves. If we need...

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Eco-Friendly Lifehacks: How to Help the Environment with Zero Effort

Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay Is being eco-friendly hard? You might think it's a grueling lifestyle, but that's a far cry from the reality.  There are so many ways to reduce your carbon footprint, even if you have too much on your plate to put in any effort. And rest assured, these tips will help you do exactly that, with minimal hassle. So without further ado, here is Karunaki's very own guide to being environmentally-friendly with zero effort! Use a Dishwasher Image by congerdesign from Pixabay What’s that? Convenient innovation that’s actually better for the environment? If you can believe it, modern technology has advanced to the point where dishwashers are now a lot more efficient at doing their job than...

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Why Fast Fashion Is Ruining Our Planet And What You Can Do About It

Did you know that fast fashion is the world's second biggest pollutant next to coal? The average consumer shops at brands like H&M, Forever21, and Zara because the clothes are in style, and the costs are low. But  perhaps what you didn't know about these products, is that the convenience you opt for, has a price. Unfortunately, our purchasing habits as a society are affecting our precious planet, the people in it and our personal health! OUR PLANET Fast fashion significantly contributes to green house emissions because the materials used are often micro-plastics, and synthetic chemicals and dyes. Did you know the average person throws away 46 pounds of clothes per year? The fashion industry accounts for 10% of the world’s total carbon footprint....

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From Shampoo to Detergent: 5 Simple Eco-Friendly Products You Can Make at Home

Image by silviarita from Pixabay Don’t want to go out of your way to replace your everyday household products with new ones from the store? That's alright, because you don’t have to! Sustainability doesn’t have to be inaccessible, and it starts from the comfort of your own home. That’s right. You get to decide what goes in your home, and we’ll show you how. Down below we've put together a list of eco-friendly substitutes for the 5 most essential household products that you can make yourself. And the best part? They use common and affordable ingredients that you probably own already! 1. Eco-Friendly Shampoo   Image by Marina Pershina from Pixabay There are many natural DIY shampoo recipes online, but...

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