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Becoming More Environmentally Friendly for Spring

Winter is nearly coming to a close and spring is soon to be blooming. During the most floral season of the year, everyone wishes to become better connected to nature and do their part in making their home more eco-friendly. Going green represents a commemoration to the planet and its creations, and spring is the most opportune time to take the steps to helping the planet. This is how you can become more environmentally friendly in your home this coming season. 

Saving Energy in the Smallest Methods 
You do not have to jump to immediate extremes to be considered eco-friendly. The little things you do in your home matters as much as the larger efforts. One method to saving energy simply is by opening the curtains and allowing natural light into your home. Do this will lower energy use from keeping the lights on and keeping your home bright. Another method is to turn off the air conditioning or the heat when no one is in the house. 

Lowering Waste is Easier than Expected 
A common way to helping the environment is by lowering how much you throw away. Recycling is an important element in this situation, but there are other methods than only recycling. You can throw away less by purchasing more reusable items. You can also reuse items such as glass bottles in crafts or home projects. The cardboard boxes from online deliveries can be reused for when you send packages to family or friends. Decreasing waste is easy, all you need to do is look around your home to what you can reuse instead of throw away. 

Making a Simple Switch for the Biggest Impact 
Most people are not aware of the damages your cotton bedding does to the environment. In fact, cotton production increases air pollution and water pollution. Cotton is also not biodegradable and adds on to the trash problem on the planet. Switching to hypoallergenic bedding made from lyocell fiber will help lower pollution levels due to its eco-friendly and award-wining production methods. This simple change will lead to a greater impact than you can imagine.