Leap out of bed and make breakfast - eggs, bread and milk from the local farm shop.
A quick shower uses much less water than a bath.
Brush your teeth. Be careful not leave the tap running.
Turn down the central heating thermostat by 1 degree to help save energy.
Leave for work. The car stays in the garage - cycle to the station. Using public transport helps cut CO2 emissions.
Work computer has a low energy LCD screen and office lights turn off when no one is in the room.
Buy lunch at a local shop - choose sandwiches with minimal packaging and a drink in a recycled glass bottle.
Eat your sandwiches in the park - put all the packaging in recycling bins.
Your mobile phone needs recharging. Plug it into a solar charger and leave it in a sunny spot.
Go online and calculate how many trees are needed to offset a flight to France for a holiday. Book a train instead.
Make your colleagues tea. Be careful not to overfill the kettle since boiling excess water wastes energy.
Head for home: stop off at a farmer’s market in the high street to buy food.
Make dinner. Pick fresh salad from your veggie patch. Throw waste into the compost bin.
Water the garden and the vegetables with rain water from the butt instead of using the hosepipe.
Take waste plastic and bottles to the local recycling centre on a bike.
Light a wood burning stove - use wood from a local coppiced woodland to heat water.
Put your dirty dishes in the dishwasher but don’t switch it on until it’s full.
Off to bed. Remember to turn off all electrical equipment that isn’t being used, unplug chargers and switch off the TV at the wall.
Polish halo, then fall asleep.