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Live the calm and eco-friendly lifestyle you've always dreamed of with this perfect guide to eco-conscious living for anyone who wants to save the planet and make a difference.

In today's world, there is a lot that can stress us out. We live in a time when talking about climate change is a hot button issue leading to political movements, youth led protests, and lots of anxiety. From green living to figuring out how you (and your family) can make a difference in your community, this mindful approach is the key to being stress-free as you make a positive impact on the environment. 

What Would the Buddha Recycle? can help you gain a better understanding of how you impact the world around you in your day-to-day life. And, even better, it can help you pause, reflect, and figure out what changes you can make to protect the world. In this book you'll learn how to:

  • Use natural ingredients in your home for cleaning (lemon juice can help your furniture shine) and pest control (chili pepper can deter ants)
  • Combine mindful cooking and eating for healthier meals that don't hurt the environment and make you feel great
  • Figure out the right food to keep your beloved pets happy and healthy by choosing natural ingredients and avoiding chemical preservatives
  • Include your family in your new environmentally friendly ways and raise your children to have a similar mindset about saving the planet
  • And much more!

With advice that covers every area of your daily life, What Would the Buddha Recycle? offers easy changes so you can make a difference and protect the environment all while staying zen in the process.

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