Switching to greener options may seem expensive, but investing in brand new eco products and facilities is a common mistake and not a necessary trait.
There is no need to reinvent the wheel: you can make your motorhome greener by following the general principles of green living: reduce, reuse and recycle.
Take a closer look at what you already have and see how you can reuse or improve it! Making washcloths from old clothes instead of paper towels is just one example, and there are many of them: reusing glass bottles and glasses, using your metal cutlery instead of buying a new bamboo set.
Remember to focus on what you have and make the most of it until you can – no, don’t throw it away – recycle it!
If changes such as the rejection of disposable tableware seem too small to you, here are some things to keep in mind: It’s not about a large one-time contribution, but about people who consistently take small steps.
This article was written by Lisa Hunchenko
Lisa had Kerouac as a favorite writer in her teenage years and developed an inexhaustible urge to stumble on the street first and explore her own country. She tries to introduce concepts of sustainable and conscious living into every part of her life where RVing occupies a colossal place. You can also find nutrition, mindfulness, and writing in her area of interest.