That’s A Wrap: a beautifully illustrated, 119-page Guide packed with tips, ideas and inspiration for living plastic-free.
The world is a beautiful place, and the waste that we create is spoiling it for everyone – not just people but the animals and plants that live here too. Zero waste and plastic-free living is a way to nurture our curiosity and creativity as well as reducing our rubbish… it’s all about finding solutions to making the world a better place.
Plastic-free living was where it all began for me. That decision, made four years ago, changed so many things about the way I live my life…and all for the better! My heath has improved: I’ve ditched the junk food, removed the chemicals from my home, and I eat better; I’m able to support independent businesses in my local area, I’ve connected with a whole community passionate about doing what they can to make a difference, and of course, I waste a whole lot less!
Quitting plastic wasn’t a difficult decision to make. However, it wasn’t the easiest decision to keep to! Of course, I strongly believed that plastic was a problem (for the environment and for my own and my family’s health), but I didn’t really know where to start on this journey. It isn’t just about knowing where to shop, or what to buy, I’ve discovered. It’s about looking at problems in a different light. Doing things in a different way. Thinking of solutions.
That’s why I created That’s A Wrap for you. I wanted to make a resource available that was full of practical tips, ideas and inspiration for living with a lot less (or even just a little less!) plastic. I wanted to create a guide that was fun, easy to read and stunning to look at. I didn’t want to create a shopping list, so this isn’t a guide on what to buy, or where. This guide is all about HOW. This is the guide that I wished had existed when I began my plastic-free journey three years ago!
I wrote this guide for you. That’s a Wrap comprises 8 chapters covering the problems of plastic, food shopping, green cleaning, out and about, as well as the art of change and how we make habits stick, plus so much more. Professionally illustrated and beautifully laid out, it is the perfect guide for anyone just starting out on a plastic-free living adventure, as well as those of us who are already committed to a zero-waste or plastic-free lifestyle and looking for extra inspiration.
I passionately believe that we can all make a difference. We simply need to focus on the things we can do, rather than the things that are out of our control. Let’s begin with looking at the simple decisions we make every day, and making better choices! We all have that power, and together we can start something great.
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The tide is turning on plastic. Zero-waste stores are popping up all over the globe, plastic bag bans are increasing, governments are legislating and habits are changing. But it’s turning slowly, and your help is needed too! Slowly, we’re starting a movement, and the more people that come on-board, the more power we have to make real, lasting change.
“Be the change you want to see in the world.” ~Mahatma Gandhi.
Don’t just take my word for it – read what some of my readers have to say about the book below!
“This eBook is the perfect tool for those wanting to ease up on the plastic in their life. Lindsay has filled the pages with helpful and practical tips that are accessible to everyone. Giving up plastic might seem overwhelming but this book demonstrates ditching single use plastic is completely doable. Each chapter is written in an approachable and friendly manner accompanied by fun graphics. I learnt a lot from this book!”
Erin Rhodes | Plastic-Free and Zero Waste Blogger | www.therogueginger.com | Melbourne, Australia
“That’s a Wrap” doesn’t just explain what’s wrong with plastic and debug the recycling argument, it helps kick-start your plastic-free journey! It’s a practical, non-judgmental book that inspires newbies. Those that have been on the plastic-free boat for a while will find this book very helpful for educational purposes. I highly recommend the book!”
Annemieke van den Dool | Founder of Plastic Free Tuesday | www.plasticfreetuesday.com | Amsterdam, Netherlands
“I downloaded your e-book at the weekend, and it’s AMAZING! It looks so fab and is packed full of really useful, practical content. I have previously put plastic free very firmly in my ‘too hard’ pile, but reading your book has made me reconsider and I’m keen to start implementing some little changes, and beginning my plastic free journey, so thank you!”
Jen Gale | Blogger and Campaigner | www.makedoandmend-able.co.uk | Warminster, UK