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Low Waste Christmas

In by Lisa Cole1 Comment

Christmas is traditionally a time of giving and of spending time with loved ones. Increasingly over the years it has become more about spending money and it is easy to get drawn into consumerism, spending and even debt.

It doesn’t have to be like that; you can have a really lovely Christmas without spending much at all and the knock-on effect is that it can be better for the environment too.

This book has ideas for easy to make presents and decorations, seasonal activities, lovely ways to connect with your family and friends and will help you prepare for next year too.

“It’s worth buying the book as it’s packed full of good ideas, hints and tips.” Dina