Green living is not something you buy. It is something you do.
(PRWEB) September 22, 2014
The Edmonton Journal recently interviewed Madeleine Somerville, author of All You Need is Less (Viva Editions), on her decision to stop using commercial shampoos.
"'I’m not a biochemist or a super hard-core environmentalist,' Somerville says. But a few years back, she saw her giant English mastiff, Gus, licking the kitchen floors after she had cleaned them with a fluorescent yellow cleaning product. The bottle had toxic warning labels," wrote the Edmonton Journal.
“I was getting frustrated (before) that ‘being green’ only seemed something you could do if you had tons of money and tons of time,” Somerville says. “I wanted to get away from that philosophy. Green living is not something you buy. It is something you do.”
All You Need is Less
The Eco-friendly Guide to Guilt-Free Green Living and Stress-Free Simplicity
By Madeleine Somerville
Top eco-blogger and new parent Madeleine Somerville has gathered completely original ideas on how to save money and the planet, and have fun in the process, in All You Need Is Less. Learn how to create and not just consume! This guide to the guilt-free green life is packed with dozens of DIY ideas for shampoo and eco-cleaners, worm compost your garden will love, yummy recipes and even homemade holiday gifts and décor. All You Need is Less is also available as an audiobook.
What people are saying about All You Need is Less:
"All You Need Is Less does a good job at making green living seem more attainable and manageable, and that’s definitely something worth promoting."
"With a chatty, friendly, guilt-free tone, All You Need is Less offers a plethora of ideas for living a greener, healthier, more eco-friendly and sustainable lifestyle."
—City Book Review