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Picture Yourself Going Green: Step-by-Step Instruction for Living a Budget-Conscious, Earth-Friendly Lifestyle in Eight Weeks or Less Paperback – January 16, 2009
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Introduction. 1: Seven Easy Steps. 2: Week One: Green Your Power. 3: Week Two: Green Your Home. 4: Week Three: Green Your Buying Habits. 5: Week Four: Green Your Appetite. 6: Week Five: Green Your Wardrobe. 7: Week Six: Green Your Transportation. 8: Week Seven: Green Your Travel. 9: Going SuperGreen.
About the Author
Erinn Morgan is a Durango, CO-based freelance journalist whose writing focuses on sustainability, earth-friendly products, eco-conscious style and trends, outdoor sports and adventure travel. She is the editor of cleaning green magazine, a contributor to www.greenlivingideas.com, and her work has also appeared in The New York Times, National Geographic Adventure, Outside, Skiing, Bike, and Delicious Living. She focuses on sustainable living by buying local and organic foods, growing some of her own food, using renewable power for her home, getting 'round town on her commuter bike, and telecommuting to work. She and her husband also recently planned and held their own carbon-neutral wedding on the banks of the Colorado River in Utah's red rock canyon country.
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In today's volatile economy where budgeting our household expenses is priority one for a lot of us, the cost meter associated with most individual ideas here is an invaluable tool for planning what is feasible for you. The author clearly recognizes the social diversity of her audience and address the fact that `hey, we're not all the same`. Different lifestyles and many other variables surrounding us prohibit every idea from working for every household and she offers plenty of alternatives. So whether you are renting an apartment or own a sprawling estate this is a plan you can put to good use.
Its a reference guide meant to be used, greening up your home? Take it with you to the Home Depot, or the nursery. Going shopping? Do you know what's in that laundry detergent? How about your toothpaste?- yea, take the book with you.
Even if you don't have time to devote to the step by step program, the other half of this book is for you, just simple steps we all can take in our daily routines that will make an immense difference to our eco-system. We're all in this together.