Big energy saving week is the 18th – 24th January 2021. It’s really important to try and save as much energy as possible, when we can, not only to help save the planet but it saves you money too!

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  1. Wash up in a bowl instead of running water
  2. Wash your laundry at 30 degrees
  3. Take a shower instead of a bath
  4. Have a shorter shower
  5. Let your hair dry naturally instead of using a hairdryer
  6. Don’t overfill the kettle
  7. Wash a full load of laundry
  8. Switch off plugs at the wall
  9. Turn the heating down -> wear more clothes if you’re cold
  10. Wait until your dishwasher is full before starting it
  11. Don’t leave anything on standby
  12. Turn off the lights when you leave the room

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  1. Check your tyre pressure regularly -> flat tires requires more fuel
  2. If you aren’t using your car roof rack, take it off -> requires more fuel
  3. Try and drive at the right gear
  4. Print as little as possible -> when booking tickets, get the e-ticket version
  5. Print double-sided
  6. Switch your lightbulbs to LEDs
  7. Use water from cooking veg for watering your plants -> they contain minerals
  8. Collect rainwater to use to water your plants
  9. If you have a garden, use a washing line to dry your clothes in the summer (or whenever it’s warm enough outside)
  10. Don’t upgrade your phone etc. unless it’s broken and even then, see if you can get it fixed first
  11. Buy second hand
  12. Use public transport, walk or cycle instead of driving (don’t use public transport during covid unless you HAVE to!)
  13. Go vegetarian or vegan (but don’t force yourself)

If you have any other ideas on how to save energy, share them with me in the comments.

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Best wishes, Cx

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  1. Really great tips – I do almost all of them. Some are harder to do than others. I think people also constantly need a reminder of basic things like not leaving the water on when brushing or leaving the light on when you leave the room or recycling or reusing things. 😊

    1. So true, thank you for commenting and reading <3 x

  2. Alisha says:

    I love this! I’m always looking for new ways to save energy and help the environment. I think it’s easy to forget the simple things that make a great impact!

    Alisha |

    1. Thank you! Yeah, I totally agree 🙂 xx

  3. Fab tips – I’ll definitely be taking notes from this post! My recent electricity bill was higher than normal, so this will be really helpful to me (and the planet), thanks for sharing! x

    1. I’m glad, thank you for reading and commenting x

  4. Saving energy is very important especially when we have insufficient power to serve every person on the planet. When you save power, you help more people access power. Thanks for sharing this article.

    1. That’s so true, we don’t need all the energy! Thank you for reading and commenting 🙂

  5. Good tips! Taking care of the environment is something super important. Thank you for sharing your tips.

    1. Thank you 🙂

  6. These are some great suggestions. I do a lot of these already, more as we are trying to save as much money as possible. However I definitely think there is always room for improvement and will certainly continue to make more changes to save energy.

    1. I’m glad to hear! x

  7. Great tips! I am terrible for printing things off. It’s a bad habit I need to stop. I am always so frightened of forgetting something so I will print it off! Haha, I am always telling my partner about overfilling the kettle. I am going to show him this!!

    Thanks for sharing, Helen x

    1. My laptop refuses to connect to any printers and I’m way too lazy to email to someone else to print off so that one is ok for me aha. Thank you for reading and commenting 🙂

  8. Definitely going to be incorporating some of this into my routine!

    1. That’s great 🙂

  9. These are all great tips! I try my best to save energy where I can.. sadly norway doesn’t have the little on and off switches by the wall plugs, I miss that about living in England since it really helped with not using too much electricity x

    1. Aw no, that’s annoying :/ x

  10. So many good tips! I love the one about using veg water for plants…would never have thought of that!
    Thanks for sharing…deffo keeping this list handy and making some changes.

    Aimsy xoxo
    Aimsy’s Antics

    1. It’s one of my fave tips too 🙂 Thank you for reading and commenting x

  11. Thanks for these wonderful suggestions to conserve energy! Great post!

    1. Thank you <3 x

  12. I love these suggestions. I swear by number 9, unfortunately, my partner is constantly cold, and always wants the heating on, so I encourage him to wear layers before switching it on. I liked going down this list and checking off in my head which ones I already do. I don’t have a car or a garden, so those don’t apply, and I struggle with number 25, but we are trying vegetarian substitutes. Thank you for sharing these suggestions, as they are always useful to have on hand. 😊

    1. I’m guilty of that too sometimes! I’m glad to hear that you’re trying veggie substitutes – let me know what you think 🙂 Thank you for reading and leaving a lovely comment x

  13. These are some really easy tips that a lot of people could follow 🙂 thanks for sharing!

    1. Thank you 🙂 xx

  14. Safiyyah Adeniyi says:

    I needed this. I’m quite the lazy type and I don’t really like wasting my energy so I’m definitely practicing this tips.
    Thanks for sharing.

    1. That’s great, thank you! 🙂 x

  15. Michelle says:

    Here in South Africa, we’re kind of forced to save electricity seeing as it’s gotten so expensive, so I do everything I can to save it. Also, you have mentioned great tips here 🙂

    All the best, Michelle (

    1. Ah, that’s good, I wish the UK would do something like that to motivate people to save! xx

  16. amyelizabethmarshment says:

    Thanks so much for these super useful tips, we really can make simple changes and create positive results! Amy at xx

    1. Totally agree x Thank you for reading <3

  17. These are some really great tips! I have been really trying to buy things second-hand, which I expect will be easier when the pandemic is more under control in my area. I have also been using re-usable grocery bags at the store and skipping the individual plastic bags for produce, which really add up. Thanks for sharing!

    1. I get you, I loved going into charity shops and having a browse which we can’t do at the moment. They are great changes you’ve been making <3 xx

  18. I loved this! Definitely trying to be more environmental friendly lately and I needed tips like this! Love this list, thank you so much for sharing it x

    1. No problem! Thank you so much for reading 🙂 x

  19. I love this! and you know what – I believe a lot of the time we just need to get rid of our old habits!

    Hayley || hayleyxmartin

    1. So true <3 x

  20. These are some great suggestions for saving energy, which means saving money and the planet. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Thank you 🙂

  21. Great tips! It just goes to show that such small changes can make a huge difference. Thank you for sharing! x

    1. So true 🙂 x

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  23. These are all great tips! Even the smallest change can make a huge impact on the planet! Definitely still need to make some of these a habit, thank you for sharing x

    1. Thanks <3

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