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How To Be More Eco-Friendly [Easy Habits + Tips] | Reese Regan

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The lighting and coloring in this video is all over the place because I was using natural lighting – but that’s okay because it was just Mother Nature doing her thing🙆🏻‍♀️

I hope you all enjoyed this video and have a wonderful day!

Y O U T U B E

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F A Q

How old are you?
19

What’s your college major?
https://www.basicallyreese.com/blog/all-about-my-major

What camera do you film with?
Canon Rebel t3i with a Sigma f2.8 lens

What editing software do you use?
Final Cut Pro X

D I S C L A I M E R S

I do not own any of the music, all rights go to the owner.

This video contains no sponsored content. All opinions are my own

S E C R E T

If you see this, comment below one change you’re going to make to be more eco-friendly!

Comments

Madison Smith says:

There is a zero waste makeup brand called elate cosmetics they are cruelty free and vegan:)

Jaedyn T says:

Not many know this, but particles of plastic called micro plastics are found in ALL plastic bottles. These partials are so small that they can ENTER YOUR BLOODSTREAM! You can imagine the effects of having plastic in your bloodstream.

Lizbeth Manriquez says:

Hey reese have you heard of the website called terracycle where you could send them your plastic waste and they will recycle it for free. You should really check them out!

Derya Melody says:

Im only Vegetarian cause vegan is a lot for me 😅 loved all these tips!

Megan Roques says:

So glad I found you through this video!!

My Drawings says:

U can also get a water bottle with a filter if only have tap water available. #savetheplanet

Kaitlynn Coffman says:

To your comment on not being able to find zero or low waste items at the grocery store: Im a college student just like you and I work at a grocery store called Fresh Thyme (I live in Indiana) and we have a TON of zero and low waste grocery options there and even at an affordable price in my opinion. Ive noticed also that even our items that are wrapped in plastic, some of them say that their company used recycled plastic or that their packaging is fully recyclable. Im not sure if there is a Fresh Thyme near you but I shop there all the time for low waste grocery items and I love it! I love you and your channel Reese!! 🙂

Tamara Sofia Chacon Naranjo says:

OMG YOU ARE SO COOOOOOOL

Sofie Mareels says:

Have you seen the documentary 'Cowspiracy'? It talks about how much better being vegan and vegetarian is to the environment. I would really recommend watching it!

《Itz Lunar》 says:

By 2050, the amount of plastic in the ocean will weigh more than fish

Shreya T. says:

you should link some of the eco friendly products that you use!

sarahtstudies says:

i got an ecosia ad… 🌿🌱

Summer Olivia says:

Thanks Reegan definitely inspiring. Eco life here we come 🤞💛💛

Izzy King says:

H&M have started a Conscious range which are more ethically produced clothes made of recycled/partly recycled fabrics now. Idk if they do it everywhere and it's not perfect but a step forwards 😊
(PS I'm going to stop buying single use/plastic disposables as much as possible)

Ashleigh Avvisato says:

You should start a tag "Living Earth-friendly for 24 hours" like eating plant based foods, using no plastic, etc.

That would be better than the " 24 hour drive thru" tag

Ashleigh Avvisato says:

Shared this with my family, instagram, and Facebook 💕

Katherine Ackley says:

Try elate or zao cosmetics for makeup with less wasteful packaging! Also old beauty product packaging can be recycled by taking it into any l’occitane store; they have a recycling program with terracycle 🙂 great video!

Mariana Müller says:

I would love to see a video on how to incorporate more veggies in my life, because I don’t like the majority of it but also want to start eating healthy

miranda says:

lol don’t think starting off the video like that is a good idea. makes ppl feel stupid when they’re the ones that keep ur channel going

ellie x says:

the cheapest and most sustainable clothes are second hand ones. if I lived in the US I would thrift like mad, charity shops in the UK are still great but just not as good as America

Belle says:

You don’t have to go all vegan, but you definitely can eat less meat and less diary and that’s enough.

For eco toothbrushes, you can get them in TkMaxx sometimes (maybe TjMaxx too? Idk, not american)

multifandom says:

I buy literally all of my clothes from thrift shops . There happens to be probably like 25 in my city where I live and I buy everything there except the occasional underwear , bras and socks . I probably won't go vegan anytime soon , but I am going to be trying at least 4 days a week once I get out of my dad's house in 3 years . I was raised on a farm , so I grew up drinking milk and eating a lot of meat . My dad doesn't like to eat a meal without meat and he makes the food ( which explains why I can't right now ) .

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