Some people that want to live a life a little "greener" have a hard time knowing how and where to start. Thankfully, there are many low- and no cost, minimal effort ways to save energy, water, resources (and money) and be kinder to the environment. Here are a few easy ways to be eco-friendlier every day — so much so, it's almost ridiculous to think that many of us haven't been doing these actions already.
Unplug electronics. Many electronic devices still draw in energy when they’re turned off. By unplugging devices in your home like TVs and computers when not in use, you are reducing your energy cost and lowering your electric bill.
Do full loads of laundry. More clothes per load means less total loads of laundry, and therefore less water. Waiting to do laundry until you have enough dirty clothes to fill the machine will help you save water.
Use towels more than once. When you’ve used a towel once after a shower, there’s no need to throw it straight into the hamper. Hanging it up to use again will help you use less water than washing that towel every time.