Book Review- The Sustainable(ish) Living Guide by Jen Gale

Book Description

Easy, do-able, down to earth ideas and suggestions for everyone to help save the planet.

If you want to save the planet, but your to-do list is already pretty long and remembering your re-usable coffee cup feels like a Herculean task, then this is the book for you. Covering every aspect of our lives from the stuff we buy and the food we eat, to how we travel, work, and celebrate. This book provides stacks of practical, down to earth ideas to slot into your daily life, alongside a gentle kick up the butt to put your newfound knowledge into action.

Practical tips include unsubscribing from all the tempting emails that drop into your inbox with details of the newest clothing range or the latest sale, and keeping a mug next to your kettle to work out how much water you actually need to boil each time, as over filling kettles costs British households £68 million on energy bills each year.

Find out how to fit “sustainable living” into your life, in a way that works for you. Change your impact without radically changing your life and figure out the small steps you can make that will add up to make a big difference (halo not included).

Book Review

I love how easy to read this book is! I love how it is in sections and at the end of each 12 sections are to try lists, more suggestions and checklists to help you on your way to change 🙂

There are many facts that are eye opening (and quite scary) and it is a user freindly practical guide for everyone – from total beginner to the more advanced this book is inspiring and much needed in this ever changing world. Many simple techniques that if many others try it can make such a difference.

Definitely recommend this guide.

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