Save Money and the Planet: Viva Editions Celebrates Earth Day with the Release of All You Need Is Less

Viva Editions announces the publication of Madeleine Somerville's premiere guide to an eco-friendly life, All You Need Is Less.

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All You Need is Less by Madeleine Somerville

All You Need is Less by Madeleine Somerville

Budget tips you'll never read anywhere else.—The Frugal Family

(PRWEB) April 22, 2014

In honor of Earth Day, Viva Editions announces the release of All You Need is Less: The Eco-Friendly Guide to Guilt-Free Green Living and Stress-Free Simplicity, eco-blogger Madeleine Somerville's first book. The guide has already been featured on Food Network's website, quoting Somerville on the best ways to reduce waste and shop locally.

All You Need is Less: The Eco-Friendly Guide to Guilt-Free Green Living and Stress-Free Simplicity explains how to realistically adopt an eco-friendly lifestyle. Madeleine Somerville's first book is full of original—and fun!—ideas on how to save money and the planet. Somerville has emerged as the voice of reason on urban homesteading that is stress-free, sanity-based and above all, doable. Learn how to recycle, reuse, and most importantly reduce with tips from All You Need is Less.

Follow Madeleine's blog tour celebrating the release of All You Need is Less.

What People Are Saying about All You Need Is Less:

"Funny, honest, eloquent, non judgmental and practical... what else could we want from a book on eco-friendly living?"- Bea Johnson, author of Zero Waste Home

"Madeleine Somerville effortlessly blends fresh ideas with a delicious sense of humour to create eco-friendly tips you'll actually want to read. Seen through her lens, living a green life becomes not only attainable, but irresistible, too." - Eden Godsoe, Founder and CEO of SkinnyScoop.com

Madeleine Somerville adores writing in all its incarnations, and has a popular blog at SweetMadeleine.ca. She has a B.A. in sociology and became an unrepentant, tree-hugging hippie after moving to British Columbia eight years ago. She lives in Vancouver, Canada with her husband, Adam, her baby girl, Olive, and their dog, Gus.


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