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Earth Day Tips

With Earth Day only 3 Days away it gives you the perfect reason to start changing little things you do to make the world a little more green. Unless you’re very motivated and have unlimited supplies and resources, changing your lifestyle can be a difficult process. Not because living green in difficult, but because it is a time devotional, as well as mentally devotional task.

People are creatures of habit…even bad ones. It’s time to break the cycle and start fresh, and Earth Day (April 22, 2012) is the perfect day to begin. Here are a few simple tips you can try everyday to help you stay on the path of organic and natural living.

· Ditch the Detergent and try eSutras Organics Soapnuts Kit. It comes with natural Drupes, which are Soapnuts and contain saponins which are a natural surfactant. Re-usable and has no harmful chemicals like nearly all detergents you find in the grocery store.

· Carpool or take public transportation. Transmission emissions, gasoline, and traffic should be 3 top reasons you wouldn’t want to drive. Lots of cities offer affordable transportation so take advantage. If public transportation seems a bit daunting, try to cut back on your carbon footprint and carpool with a friend or co-worker.

· Make a delicious and organic meal, but don’t use the stove. Try one of eSutras Organics Monday Recipes. We always feature a delicious and organic recipes like our Spring Slaw (Skip the sautéing direction!) or Healthy Lunch Salad. A tasty and environmentally sound choice.

· Turn off any electronics and play a board game or go for a walk in the park. Its spring, which means the weather is at its best for a stroll, outdoor concert, or bike ride. Turn off the television and get out there and put your body in motion!


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