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Lev mere bæredygtigt med disse 5 nemme tips

Live more sustainably with these 5 easy tips

It must be easy to choose sustainably for the benefit of both people and the environment. In a busy everyday life, it can seem difficult to change habits, but with our 5 easy tips for living more sustainably, you are already well on your way.

1. Take one meat-free day a week

Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to go completely vegetarian or vegan if you want to live sustainably. Just one meat-free day a week makes a big difference to the overall climate account - and then it's actually really exciting to try new dishes from the plant-based kitchen. Who knows - maybe lentil meatballs, chili sin carne, daal, mushroom risotto or one of the many other vegetable-saturated classics will become new favorites on the menu in the future.

2. Make a meal plan – avoid food waste

If you haven't jumped on the meal plan bandwagon, so you can at least plan dinner a few days ahead, maybe it's time to do it now. It doesn't have to take a long time to make a meal plan, and it often saves you both time and money while ensuring that everything in the fridge is used, so you avoid unnecessary food waste.

3. Set a timer and turn down the heat in the bath

Water is a resource that we should take special care of, so consider whether you can reduce the length of your baths just a little bit - and maybe even reduce the temperature a little. Just a few minutes or degrees make a big difference in the long run – also for your wallet.

4. Leave the car and take the bike or bus to work

Unless you really have a long way to work, and you therefore have to get up in the middle of the night to be able to get there without the car, it is worth considering whether the car should not be allowed to park every now and then. Go for a brisk ride on the bike - then the day's exercise is done, so you don't have to pull on your training clothes when you get home. If the trip by bike is too long, consider the bus or train as a more sustainable alternative to the car.

5. Buy recycling (at least for the kids)

If you're not used to buying second-hand, it might seem like you're crossing the line to throw yourself into the project. Nevertheless, there is a lot to gain for both the environment and your wallet by choosing to recycle. Especially in relation to children's clothes, baby equipment and the like, there is gold to be found in thrift stores and on various online sales platforms, because a lot of clothes, toys etc. are not used for very long before the children outgrow them - and your children most likely don't care where the winter jacket or the new toy is bought, as long as the condition is good.
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