Adopt a minimalist lifestyle

65Being a  minimalist means buying less, owning less and in the end – needing less. Some minimalists claim to be happier after this lifestyle switch. Would you try it?

How to make the change
Take a look at your home, your wardrobe and basically go through everything you own with the question “Do I need this?”. If not, donate or sell it. The theory is that the less you own, the less you feel you need. This lifestyle also applies to buying new things. Keep everyday items minimal and only buy the few things you really need.

Why make the change
Minimalists don’t use more stuff than they need, and therefore use up a lot less resources. It’s well known that Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, was a notorious minimalist and hardly kept any furniture at all in his apartment. Maybe being minimal can help you declutter your mind and use your energy for more important things than taking care of your stuff?

NINJA1Be a climate ninja
Try to get by with owning less than 100 things. Deciding which items to keep can be quite a cleansing process which will help you let go of old habits and beliefs.


Go for simple sports with less equipment

64Sports is something that connects people. It’s a way for the modern human to get to know new people and socialize. It can also be resource heavy both for the wallet and the planet. And in these times, we need to look into every possible aspect to save the planet.

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Commit to eco-friendly parenting

63Being a parent these days is not an easy thing. Which is why a lot of people just don’t have the energy to be eco-friendly. So, if you do commit – you’re a true hero and a real climateninja for sure! Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started.

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Click green to support clean energy

62Going digital and streaming instead of buying cd:s, dvd:s and books is an switch that’s considered to be eco-friendly (and who buys dvd:s these days anyways?). But make sure to stream your music and video from sites who run on clean energy.

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Detoxify your life of plastics

zero waste jars

61Plastic is in a lot of items we use on a daily basis. Especially in the kitchen. Since plastics are often made from oil, it’s better for the planet to choose other materials when possible. It’s also safer for your health, since some plastics contain harmful chemicals like bisphenol A and BPA.

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Get a nice old school shave

old school shaving gear

59Long groovy beards have become a trendy fashion accessory for men. Keep it in shape the old fashion way and it becomes even cooler, don’t you agree? And it’s not only for beards; old school razors work for women too!

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Start dreamin’ of a green christmas

58Bing Crosby made the world dream of a white christmas. But to keep white, sparkly and snowy winters as a possibility at all (aka stop global warming) we might need to make our christmas celebration a little bit greener. Here are some tips and tricks.

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Avoid judging others


56When you’ve embarked on the journey to a more sustainable life it’s easy to get angry and disappointed at others who simply doesn’t seem to give a sh*t about the planet (and people and animals). To stay motivated it’s crucial to find strategies to deal with disappointments.

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