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This is a Good Guide - for a Sustainable Lifestyle - cover

This is a Good Guide - for a Sustainable Lifestyle

Marieke Eyskoot

Publisher: BIS Publishers

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Summary

This is a good guide for a sustainable lifestyle. It’s as simple as that. Would you like to live a bit more consciously, but don’t know how? And rather not put much time, money or effort into it? Then this is the book for you.  It’s filled with practical and positive tips regarding fashion, beauty, food, home, work and leisure, and shows that stylish and sustainable go very well together. And especially that it’s about good, not perfect: about smart choices, doing what you can and what suits you. With this modern handbook, sustainable fashion and lifestyle expert Marieke Eyskoot makes green and ethical living fun and doable. The right addresses, beautiful brands, inspiring insights, surprising facts and useful solutions – exactly what you need. After all, doing good and feeling good at the same time: does it get any better than that?

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