Are you spending more money to try to be green? Would it be easy for you want to buy eco-friendly products wisely and save your wallet? I don't want to spend money to buy expensive organic products for the sake of green. I waste more time to browse the internet, magazines and books to learn to be green. I was wrong to think going to be green only meant for the rich people because of the expensive eco-friendly products. Now, I had a chance to review a wonderful book, "The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget" This book is great to read who wants to save money, time and planet instead of doing many research of looking for eco-friendly products. This book comes in handy will guide you and your family to be more green and save money. In this first chapter of this book, I love to read simple mantra, "Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle" also called "The 3RS" for environmental activities. The 3RS will advise you to buy less, reuse more and recycle products in your daily activities. With this book, you can easily learn to be green as it has more suggestions on environmental eco-friendly activities, website links for purchasing eco products like eco fashion, jeans, watch, accessories, kids stuff and much more.
About the book:
Josh Dorfman takes you inside the latest developments in green living to demonstrate how you can easily and affordably have your designer jeans and your planet too. From raising eco-conscious kids to greening your daily commute, Dorfman provides insights into the next wave of green innovation and the environmental solutions that will lighten your planetary impact and lower your expenses.
Find bargain basement deals on stylish organic bedding and bamboo furnishings at the largest retailers in the world. Score instant rebates on everything from compact fluorescent light bulbs to energy-efficient air conditioners. And earn reward points for carpooling with friends.
In a time when many people are feeling financially restricted, The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget is your guide to effortlessly saving the planet while keeping some extra cash in your pocket.
The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget is a great place for those people to start their green journey. To know more, please visit www.lazyenvironmentalist.com
I want to surprise you that you can win a Brita filtered water pitcher and a eco-friendly reusable Nalgene water bottle along with this book.
Where to Buy?
The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget can be purchased at Amazon for its retail value of $14.95
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