Once again, a new year has begun. Many people have set New Year's resolutions for 2019. The gyms make their annual sales revenue and people get more vegetables in the supermarkets than at any other time of the year.

But soon good intentions will be again overcome by the old habits.

So that does not happen, we want to show you how you can easily keep your New Year’s resolutions at least on the subject of outdoor equipment and even get some extra money in your wallet.

Use less resources

Among the people we know many are trying to improve their ecological footprint. They give up their car, travel as much as possible by bike or public transport, buy locally grown food, eat less meat and support the sharing economy. However, in recent years, we have noticed again and again that considerably less effort is made to reduce the ecological footprint in such areas as sports and leisure. At Gearrilla we believe that there is a lot of room for improvement in these areas.

Lend and rent outdoor equipment

With Gearrilla, we have created a platform that allows everyone to improve their environmental footprint: by sharing sports and outdoor equipment far fewer resources will be used and wasted.

In addition, our platform offers a great opportunity to try new outdoor activities with relatively low costs. Many young families would enjoy a hiking trip with the kids, but who wants and can buy extra a children's backpack just for that? It is also the same if you want to try snowboarding, but not sure if you should buy your own equipment. Renting is the solution.

And the outdoor enthusiasts among you, who have their cellar full of outdoor gear, can help others to save up and even earn money by themselves.

Check your own ecological footprint

If you're interested in sustainability, you should definitely take an online test to see where you could improve your lifestyle. We would advise the test offered by the organization "Bread for the World" at https://www.fussabdruck.de/.

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