Be conscious of how much product you use on a daily basis.
How much do you really need? How little is necessary to be effective? You’d be surprised at how many products we use or dispense without thinking about quantity.
And over time, you might also be surprised at how much money can be saved simply by being aware and using less.
Plus, by reducing consumption and subsequently reducing waste, you’re helping to save the environment!
How much toothpaste do you really need on your toothbrush? How little shampoo and conditioner is necessary while still effective? How much hair gel, hand lotion, soap, shaving cream, dish soap, contact lens solution, laundry soap, cleaning solution, or dishwasher detergent do you absolutely need to dispense?
How much toilet paper do you really need to use? (Really?) How few paper towels can be used to clean up that mess? How many napkins or facial tissues are truly necessary?
As you go about each day, think about all the products you use and how much is really necessary. Consider quantity. Consider effectiveness. Be conscious.
These are little things, yes. But they add up quickly. And the little things really do make the difference.