Let's just say this book made me want to live a lower-waste lifestyle even more! Just like No Impact Man, the book has some pretty shocking information in it about how bad plastic is for us and the planet. Even though I didn't know a lot of this info before, I feel like I probably should have... However, Beth does an incredible job of explaining difficult concepts in an easy to understand way, using a lot of helpful charts and infographics to help readers "kick the plastic habit". It makes the book hard to put down once you get started!
As well as being full of important information, the book is very relatable because Beth shares her own journey to living plastic free (and all of the failures she faced in her transition). Her blog, myplasticfreelife.com, is a wonderful place to find even more advice about how you can live a life with less plastic. It is another great resource that has a whole community of like-minded individuals. The idea of going zero/lower waste can seem scary (and hard to do) at first, so having a community like this can really help during the transition!
Overall, I thought this book was a great wake up call about the dangers of plastic. You don't really think about all the plastics around you in your daily life, so I would definitely recommend reading this book! :)
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Sustainable Jenna <3