Zero Waste Home Is The Ultimate Guide To Simplifying Your Life

It’s often easier said than done to live a zero-waste life. It’s not easy.

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That’s where Bea Johnson’s Zero Waste Home comes in. CNN calls Bea Johnson the “mother of the zero waste lifestyle movement” and her blog and book are excellent resources for anyone looking to cut down on waste. 

Zero Waste Home focuses on reducing the amount of waste your home produces in order to create a more environmentally-friendly life.

The author emphasizes the use of reusable items, and reduction of consumption and encourages readers to be mindful of the waste they generate.

It’s Personal And Practical 

The book outlines Bea’s own journey to making her life easier by cutting down on waste. Her family now generates a single quart of garbage annually!

In addition to Bea’s story, she offers a step-by-step practical process to help you achieve the same kind of results in your life. There’s a tip for everyone and everything within the pages. 

Best of all, it’s useful advice that you can truly put into practice as you go through the book – there’s no obscure theory, you can see that it’s possible to lead a zero waste life just by following along. 

Zero Waste Home has been widely praised for its practical and accessible approach to sustainability. It has helped many people to make changes in their own lives to reduce their environmental impact.

You can find your copy of Zero Waste Home at the Book Depository here.

If you’re as passionate about zero waste as Bea is, then you should also check out these zero waste stores and these zero waste TED talks