I loved the concept of kinder living – it’s all about greener choices for a kinder home. It’s not just adding green elements in our homes but it involves everything from what you used, what you eat and how you live in every day of your life.
These couple of years, I have been reading articles from amazing people and practicing it myself. I enjoyed the concept, “lets us be kinder, it all starting from how we live”. And, the first rule of a kinder home, the ultimate aim is to not involve with any unnecessary wastage. Who doesn’t love shopping, we all love to! However, ever thought how long would you be keeping that item you bought?
Every so on, we regret our action, it not just about money we spent – it’s about we being unkind to our environment when you decide to throw it in the bin. In order to prevent it, it’s always good to plan ahead to and decides the usability of the goods. It can be very tedious involvement but this could help out in reducing lots of wastage.
There goes,” the less you need, the more you have.”
Finally, I would love to highlight a book I found out lately. It’s called Kinder Homes (Vänligare Hem), it was published by IKEA. It has been encouraging us in so many different ways. The book is all about a greener living and making your home more sustainable. And upon any chance you planned to read it, we hope you will share with us your thought.
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