Want to save water? Find your spouse, infant, partner, friend, casual acquaintance or a complete stranger and shower together! One piece of advice however, is that you may want to ensure you’re following Green Tip # 38 – Install a Low Flow Showerhead so you can turn off the water if your bathing gets interrupted!
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16 thoughts on “Green Tip #39 – Shower with a Partner”
If I do that on a weekday morning, I GET NOTHING DONE THE REST OF THE DAY… if you know what I mean, but I DO like the idea.
LOL – hot tip!
@SavingMentor – I was hoping this would catch some peoples attention
@Big Cajun Man – I didn’t suggest you never EXIT the shower ;)
hehehehehe–just in time for Valentine’s Day:).
I love it, ha! :)
Glad people are enjoying this one more than the reddit commentators who insisted on pointing out the flaws of this tip. Poor kids must have never had the opportunity to act in this sustainable way ;)
Nice one, haha.
I must admit that my hubby and I do this every morning before work. Not only does it save water but it helps us connect before we each have to go out and face the world. We have done this ever since we started going out.
Dang Miss T! I like to wake up @ 6am and be at work by 7am. If Mrs. SPF and I did this my day would be much longer @ work!
There is such thing as self control you know?! You can still enjoy a shower together without it taking too much time or taking it too far. wink!
Love this idea! This also kind of fits in nicely for Valentine’s Day today as well! Also – congrats on the continued blogging success. You’re already at 120k alexa! Rockin’!
Thanks! Mrs. SPF gave me an odd look after I told her I wrote this tip, but it sure has been popular!
re: Alexa – we’ve slowed considerably but seeing we launched Nov 20th of last year we’re quite happy with our progress.
haha – Well, I guess we can just apply “the end justifies the means” rule in this case right? :)
This is actually a very good tip for maintaining a healthy relationship. My wife and I shower together frequently although not during the week since I am often out of the house by 6 am and she doesn’t wake til 8. But it certainly fosters communication without interruption by electronic devices. Plus you are certainly vulnerable when not wearing anything.
Electronics and showers don’t mix well.