Buy used, when you buy.
Repair things when you can.
Stop consuming media that was produced by billionaires and invest your time in open content.
Create open content.
Share the thing you've created with your friends.
Write a blog, instead of posting to facebook. Use mastodon instead of twitter.
Buy your food locally, and when it's in season.
@simsa04 @ajroach42 well it's not like I feel entitled to do something I reckon as plain wrong, even if most people did so and my disagreement wouldn't impact the current trend, or even the foreseeable worsening of the present scenario. Besides that, it's individual consumers who fuel consumerism, who create demand for big companies and keep the market alive. For the very little I can contribute, I like to try to give my example, and provide evidence that alternatives are feasible.
If you have a split sink, partially fill up one side with soapy water for cleaning and the other with clean water for dunk rinsing.
If you don't, partially fill with soapy water for cleaning and fill a small tub for dunk rinsing or only turn the water for rinsing as needed. Drain if the water gets too high.
Clean in order: cups > flatware > dishes > pots/pans/tools for best results
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