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Many of us think that to go green in our lives, we have to have a lot of money. The truth is that there are plenty of ways to reduce our carbon footprint without blowing our budget. Here are a couple of things you can do to help the environment today: 

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Consider special financing 

If you really want to go green and do it fast, consider applying for C PACE financing. This will help you be able to make green upgrades without having to wait until you’ve saved up enough money. Whether you want to install solar panels, create a landscaped garden for produce, or install energy efficient doors, financing designed for green improvements could be the perfect thing if you want to go green on a budget. 

Pace your upgrades

If you have a lot of upgrades you want to make to your home, it could be a good idea to tackle them slowly. While you may want to rush to save energy and help the planet, you don’t have to rush to do them all at once. Consider committing to one upgrade a year to change the way you use energy, so that you don’t get overwhelmed with the investment it requires to go green. 

Grow your produce

Buying packaged arugula, mushrooms, salads, and other produce is easy, but also harmful to the planet. Who needs all that plastic? Buying from a local farmer’s market helps you avoid all that plastic and packaging while also doing your part to support your local economy. 

Another thing to consider is the idea of growing your own produce. While it may take time and effort to get a garden going and learn how to best grow the types of veggies you want, it will help you save money and also help the planet. Along with growing a garden, consider making your own natural hygienic products. 

Make changes in how you use energy in your home 

While many people who give green advice may suggest installing smart home devices, this could be pricey for those who are trying to make changes on a budget. If you’re not getting financing for home upgrades, you can still make a change in how you use your home’s HVAC system. 

Your area may see all kinds of temperatures in one day, and while it could be annoying to adjust the thermostat accordingly, keeping it set at a temperature that’s too low or too high could have your bill going through the roof. 

Instead, use an app on your phone to remind you when to adjust the temperature according to the weather outside. This way, you’ll save money on installing a smart home setup but can still use your smartphone to make informed decisions. Speak with your family about practicing environmentally friendly habits for our planet

If you need something, consider buying used

If you need new clothes, and really need them, consider buying used clothes. This will allow you to buy clothes for a more affordable price and also helps you avoid participating in fast fashion. Fast fashion is when you buy clothes designed by companies who don’t practice sustainable habits and who may even have practices that cause harm to the planet. 

Thrift store finds can actually be highly trendy and, best of all, super affordable. If you need new furniture, you could also consider buying used from sites like Facebook Marketplace or

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In Conclusion

Making changes to help our planet is a wise decision. While you may not have the biggest budget for going green, some things like the tips mentioned above can be easy to do and really helpful for this world we live in. 

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