We all want to leave our mark in the world, just never in the form of a carbon footprint.
Thankfully, in her new book, The Imperfect Environmentalist, actress Sara Gilbert lays out a realistic approach to becoming green—through our choices around food, health, beauty, home, family, and more.
She understands that most of us barely have time to read an eco-friendly book, much less follow its tips. And with her witty voice, she offers a cheat-sheet for busy people to detox their lives. What's great about this book is that it's filled with small, do-able changes that can pack a mighty punch.
For example, did you know “you can clean virtually anything in your home with an easy combination of equal parts white vinegar and warm water in a spray bottle”?
If you like manicures and pedicures, but don't love the harmful chemicals at the nail salon, she's got green solutions for people of all income levels.
Gilbert offers three diferent ways to go green and get your nails done, whether you’re “sleeping on a friend’s couch while eating Ramen noodles” or you’re “Donald Trump.”