Paid PostPosted on Mar 12, 2020These Little Sustainability Tips Have A Big ImpactWant to be more sustainable? Try Oroweat Organic bread. Great taste that’s sustainably baked!by Oroweat Organic BreadBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Try using LED bulbs instead of incandescent. LED bulbs use less power than incandescent ones and they last longer too. Saving energy and your electric bill.💡⚡️ 2. Before you turn up the heat, put on a sweater. Simple and true! Save major energy by bundling up instead of relying on your thermostat. 3. Open up the blinds and let the sunlight in. Instead of turning on a lamp, open up those blinds. Utilizing that natural light will also help keep your home warm when it's chilly out. 4. Put your tote bags to use at the grocery store. Plastic bags are so last season. Pack your stylish totes with your fave cheeses, snacks, and organic bread. 5. Eat food made by companies with sustainable business practices. Oroweat Organic Bread When you buy Oroweat Organic bread, you're getting delicious, wholesome breads baked with USDA Organic ingredients in bakeries that use renewable wind energy. The brand also donates 1% of its revenue to environmental causes as members of 1% for the Planet. Learn more about Oroweat Organic bread's sustainability initiatives. 6. Unplug your chargers when you're not using them. Yes, actually unplug them from the wall. Even when they're not connected to your electronic devices, chargers still use energy if they're plugged in to an outlet. You gotta pull the plug. 7. Wash your clothes on a cold setting (even if the tag says warm). Washing your clothes with cold water saves electricity! Your natural fabrics can be washed just fine on a cold cycle. 8. And when you're done washing, skip the dryer. Air drying your clothes not only reduces energy use, it's also easier on fabrics meaning your favorite pieces will last longer. 9. Start secondhand shopping. Shopping secondhand is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. Instead of buying a brand-new pair of the same jeans everyone else has, why not head to your local secondhand store and pick up a unique pair of vintage '70s bells? 10. Replace your disposables with reusables. Wherever possible, replace disposable products like water bottles, food storage bags, or coffee filters with reusable ones. Voilà, less waste! Supporting sustainable practices is a must. That’s why Oroweat Organic bread honors nature by using eco-friendly ingredients and baking practices. Images via Getty.