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Her Two Years of Trash Could Fit in One Tiny Jar!

Find out how this homeowner did it!

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What do you do with your garbage? Do you make an effort to recycle plastic bags, newspapers, and bottles? If you're taking small steps toward an eco-friendly home, you are surely on your way to creating a better space and you get to help Mother Earth, too.

If you want to take things to the next level, you may want to follow the lead of Environmental Studies graduate Lauren Singer. Lauren took on a life-changing challenge by using less plastic and knowing how much garbage she produces. She assessed every food packaging, her shopping bags, and even her beauty essentials! Slowly but surely, she disposed of unnecessary items and started a healthier lifestyle.

Watch the video to discover eco-friendly tips that you can follow and apply at home:

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