Review

Eco Thrifty

Author – Alexa Kaye

Publisher – Summersdale

Pages – 213

The Blurb –

Living well doesn’t have to cost the earth

We all want to do our bit for the planet, and now it’s easier than ever. This book is your guide to eco-thrifty living: the way to look out for the climate and your budget at the same time. Explore the art of recycling and upcycling to spruce up your home and garden, find out how to revamp old clothes and how to say no to waste, and learn the secrets to conscious, creative living – all without the hefty price tag.

There is no planet B, but with eco-thrifty living, we won’t need one. From nifty cleaning tips, to stylish home decor and natural beauty, discover the countless ways to reduce your carbon footprint and live a life you love that’s sustainable – both for the world and your wallet.

My thoughts – This is a wonderful little book that introduces you to the world of reusing your everyday items. Filled with lovely pictures and easy to follow tutorials the book gives the reader advice on how to get started on making a difference to the planet.

From being thrifty with your clothes to making your own beauty items and cleaning products, this book will give you lots of great ideas. It is like a stepping stone to becoming more sustainable and helping our planet along the way.

There are some frightening statistics given in the book but lots of eco friendly tips that aim to counter the damage we are doing, especially with our use of single use plastics and food wastage.

Purchase Links – Eco Thrifty

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