Whether you're a gamer, a video editor, or simply use your computer for business on a regular basis, your laptop may be overheating, especially if you use it on the couch or in bed. If your laptop gets too hot to the touch, it's more likely to shut down or slow down, or even worse, it might be destroyed by the extreme heat. Laptop cooling pads utilise strong fans to remove heat from your laptop so that everything continues to operate as it should, and they're a cheap laptop accessory that's well worth the money.
Today's society encourages us to consume more quickly than ever before. We can afford to discard items we no longer want and replace them promptly, thanks to mass production. As a result, things are engineered to last less time and to be of worse quality. To grow the necessary raw materials, large amounts of water, pesticides and other hazardous chemicals, like fabric dyes, are required. These are harming the Earth's soil, biodiversity, and local water sources. which is why I'm here to tell you about switching to Sustainable, Slow fashion
The clothing and textile sector is predicted to emit roughly 1.7 billion tonnes of CO2 each year, making it a major contributor to global warming.
Before all else, pat yourself on the back for the initiative. It all begins with the thought, but it is more than just a thought; it is a way of living. Home is the best place to start with; after all, Charity begins at home. Here are some tips and tricks which can help you to kickstart your sustainable journey.
SWITCH TO ECO-FRIENDLY COOKWARE:
Going green is rapidly becoming the norm, and the kitchen is a great place to start making environmentally friendly changes to your lifestyle. From the food you buy to the way it’s cooked and stored, you can save energy, reduce your carbon footprint and keep an eye on your budget in many different ways.
Sustainable living is a lifestyle choice you make to tackle the dangerous consumerism mindset in you. Let me help you understand how small changes can add up to big savings, for your pockets as well as for the environment. Yes, it might feel like the little things you do for the environment are just a drop in the vast ocean of unawareness, but keep in mind that your action inspires others.
We are all trapped in the vicious circle of life, spending most of our time working, nose to the grind with no energy left to think about our way of living and our contributions to the environment. We hear people around us say over and over again that living sustainably
Plastic is everywhere. Don’t be surprised when I say a whopping 91% of the plastics produced to date haven’t been recycled yet. Yes, 91%.
Plastic has subtly become an inherent part of our day-to-day lifestyle. Sometimes we use plastics and other non-recyclable products without even knowing that they aren’t recyclable; or, let’s say that we are not yet mindful of it. People say Ignorance is bliss, but not when your ignorance is so colossal that it will impact the world in a negative way.
Posted: October 07, 2020Categories: Upcycling
Have you thought who invented TetraPacks? An invention that keeps fresh dairy fresh for many months and hence increasing shelf life.
Well most people do not care who invented what, as long as they know how that is useful for them. Infact most people do not care how are these being disposed and managed. A group of underprivileged women dwelling in the slums of Kamanahalli Bengaluru wanted to do something as well as earn and honest judicial income which bring more respect for them in their own households. It not only gives them respect but also a decent livelihood.
A self help group called Anulife now turning your tetrapack trash into beautiful pieces of handmade bags, pouches, mats, coasters , runners, stationery holders etc etc. Even during the tough times of Covid these women have not given up hope and