Purple is the New Green When it Comes to Shopping

Online shopping: I know I couldn’t live without it. It’s one of the most convenient tools the Internet has to offer. Every search engine or guide plugs that they make it the easiest, fastest or have the largest selection available.

Now that green shopping has become the norm, I came across, Thepurplebook Green: An Eco-friendly Online Shopping Guide. Born from the annually published series, thepurplebook, Thepurplebook Green focuses on the web’s finest eco-friendly businesses. For those who still enjoy snuggling up with a book to do research instead of going to the computer, this guide (made from recycled paper, of course) is for you. Some of the many green entities you can research are: fashion, food, home improvement, furnishings, garden supply, personal necessities and gifts. There are over 400 earth-friendly retailers featured in the book. For neophytes and green gurus alike, the opening few chapters offer simple, non-life altering advice to green-ify your life.

This book can also help guide you to make your promises!

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