1. Cloth diaper your baby.
2. Buy in bulk whenever possible.
3. Shop with an eye for packaging, and try to buy only products with minimal or recyclable packaging.
4. Compost your kitchen scraps. (Or try worm composting for those in small abodes)
5. Make your own baby food.
6. Go paperless in your kitchen.
7. Eat whole foods, not packaged ones.
8. Make your own simple cleaning supplies, or buy ones that are concentrated.
9. Use reusable shopping bags and produce bags.
10. Buy used whenever possible (especially children’s items).
11. Have less stuff (and learn to love it)!
12. Buy reusable water bottles (for your kids, too), rather than buying water in plastic bottles.
13. Learn to creatively re-purpose things you don’t need anymore.
14. Before recycling household paper, turn it into note-sized paper for grocery lists, to-do’s, etc.
15. When something is broken, try to repair it before buying a replacement.
16. If you must use disposables, try sustainable and earth-friendly varieties.
17. Bring your own travel mug to your local coffee shop (and when you’re planning to sit and sip, ask for a mug rather than a paper cup).
18. Use rechargeable batteries.
19. Use a battery operated razor (or at least use razors with replaceable heads, rather than disposables).
20. Choose to have your bills and bank statements sent to you online, instead of by mail.
21. Invest in LED light bulbs, they last a lot longer(and consume less energy than regular)
22. Have your printer ink cartridges refilled instead of purchasing new ones.
23. Consider your current recycling habits and see if there’s anything else you could add to what you’re already doing.
24. If you need an item for a short time only, see if you can borrow it from someone.
25. Get a reusable coffee filter to replace your paper filters.
26. Use loose leaf teas with a french press instead of tea bags.
27. Save and reuse all gift bags and tissue paper from gifts that you receive.
28. Make your own baby food.
29. Use your old pottery to plant flowers and vegetables instead of throwing them away.
30. Give away or sell things you don’t need.
Source: Keeper of the home