We are pleased to introduce Bronwyn Woodgate as a new guest blog writer for our blog here at Jina Life!
For the next 10 weeks Bronwyn is going to share with us all her top 10 tips on how to live a more environmentally friendly life!
Bronwyn has a Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Commerce; and is part of the following:
- National Environmental Law Association in Australia;
- Victorian Planning and Environmental Law Association in Australia;
- Law Institute of Victoria;
Bronwyn is passionate about the environment on a global scale and hopes to share that passion and inspire people to help to protect our environment in any way they can.
We look forward to reading Bronwyn’s posts and following her tips on how we can best contribute throughout our daily lives to the health of our environment.
Here is the first one! Over to you Bronwyn!
I am so pleased for this opportunity to discuss environmental issues to increase awareness of our environment impact and how we can reduce this in our everyday lives. I am sure that as Jina Life subscribers you already help the environment in one way or another however this blog feature is to build on and assist us become more environmentally friendly.
Climate change is an issue that has and will affect us all, therefore it is up to each and every individual to help protect our planet and reduce the impact of global warming.
For the next 10 weeks I will provide you with helpful, easy to implement, tips to live a ‘greener’ life and help reduce your impact on the environment.
Tip No.1- Lead a Healthy Lifestyle
This may sound like an obvious concept, however by living a healthy lifestyle you automatically reduce your impact on the earth. There is a scientific connection between living a healthy lifestyle and therefore reducing your environmental footprint.
This is because you consume fewer resources thus maintaining a symbiotic relationship with the world we live in. Living a healthy life means eating healthy foods in adequate portions, regular exercise, contributing to society through the work you do or volunteering to give back to the community in some way. It means being a fit, healthy and active person.
To achieve this tip set a small goal to increase the amount of exercise you do or eat healthier portions for one day per week.
Another suggestion is that one night a week take a break from technology and ban all screens from your home. This means no use of the computer, television, mobile phone, personal entertainment devices. Instead go to an exercise class, go for a walk, cook dinner with your family, read a book or magazine, any other form of entertainment besides using electricity.
What do you think you can implement into your life this week?
Write it below, we would love to hear from you and inspire others at the same time!
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