1. Take stock of how much water you're using. By beginning with an awareness of how much you use, you'll be better able to gauge what you can cut and when. Much like setting a budget, decide where you can conserve the most and start there. Often, making the bigger cuts (while difficult) can be the most rewarding.
3. Employ a conservation helper if needed. Whether it's in the form of a low-flow toilet or touch-sensitive kitchen faucet, turn to a water conservation helper if it's necessary. But in keeping with the slow home, try also to limit the number of things you bring into the equation.
What other slow home conservation tips do you have?
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