Your Eco Guide to the Holidays

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by Donna DeForbes

Get ready to save money, reduce stress and increase family connection. The Guilt-Free Guide to Greening Your Holidays digs beneath surface traditions to the heart of a holiday, and offers eco-friendly ideas for celebration from January through December.

Why do we wear Halloween costumes, decorate eggs or put up a Christmas tree? Can we raise eco-conscious children without sacrificing holiday cheer? YES, we can.

Each chapter in this 95-page book lists ways to green typical American holiday traditions and introduces alternative avenues of celebration. Many of these ideas will also save you money and keep your family healthier. Go “guilt-free” by choosing only those actions that feel good to you, because that’s the recipe for lasting ecological change!

Click here to buy-from Amazon




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What holidays are included?

Click here to view the Table of Contents.

About the Author:

Donna DeForbes is the founder of Eco-Mothering where she has been writing about natural parenting and green living since 2008. She is an online contributor to ecoRI News, Earth911 and The Green Mama as well as a member of The Green Sisterhood, a powerful group of passionate women who blog about environmental issues and their impact on society. This book is the product of her years of research and personal experience. If you have any questions, please contact Donna.

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Stress less and spend less while using less of the Earth’s resources. 

The Guilt-Free Guide to Greening Your Holidays is available in paperback and Kindle. Read it anytime, anywhere!

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6 Responses to Your Eco Guide to the Holidays

  1. Hi,
    it is Bruno from Spain.
    Is the book adapted to read in Kindle? I had bad experiences reading pdf on kindle.

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