What Small Change Would You Make?



Every experience we have in life brings us new insight, perspective and wisdom.

This new knowledge often makes us rethink some of our actions and in turn our habits. 

This could be habits in what you use & purchase, habits around exercise & health (physical or mental), or your approach to giving back & helping others. 

For that reason, we love to ask our Small Change Revolution community the question:

What small change would you make, if nothing was stopping you?

This is the one change you find most important. Any little change you can think of, which would leave a positive mark either in yourself or in the lives of others. Both are important. Nothing is too small, it all counts. 

Drop your answers in the comments below this post. 

We all have different backgrounds, and can learn from each other, so please share your answer with us below. 

Thank you, we truly appreciate it. 

Kristy & Stine


  • Posted on by Sasha
    A future goal for me would definitely be to get into composting as I always notice how much food scraps are wasted when cooking – right now my lifestyle doesn’t really make me feel like I am able to make this change but it’s a goal! Th changes I am doing right now is trying to educate myself on how to store fruit and veges for longer, and minimise my food waste by planning meals ahead and not wasting ingredients/letting them go off! #SmallChangeRevolution
  • Posted on by George Gosshawk

    SuperMarket Point system based on healthy choices.
    Fruits and Vegetables = 5 Points.
    Crisps and Chocolate = 0 Points.
    Zero Calorie Soda = 2 Points.
    Full Sugar Soda = 0 Points.
    Fresh Meat = 5 Points
    Candy = 0 Points.

    For every 100 points you get, you get a $10 voucher.

  • Posted on by Mish
    Being conscious of what I purchase at the supermarket – is there a glass bottle option etc. Declining plastic straws at restaurants, having a re-usable water bottle and reusing containers when I can are a few ways I contribute! :)
  • Posted on by Dave Gould

    I love this! Absolutely we can make a difference. Let’s get NZ back to being clean and green!

  • Posted on by Trijah Maharaj
    I choose to be more concious of the products I use, and what raw materials are replenished in the manufacturing process – I think it’s good to be aware of how things are made / where they come from to get a broader view of the environmental cost


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