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Zero Waste Home Book Winners + Mosami Giveaway

Zero Waste Home: The Ultimate Guide to Simplifying Your Life by Reducing Your Waste

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  • Penguin the publishers have given me 4 copies of their "new-look" Zero Waste Home book by Bea Johnson to giveaway.

    - To be in with the chance of winning 1 of 4 copies of the new republished Zero Waste Home book by Be a Johnson simply write Zero Waste Home Giveaway in the comments.
    - Only 1 entry per person accepted
    - Closing Date: midnight on 14th February 2016 GMT
    - Entries after this date will not be included
    - Entrants must reside in the UK. I am unable to ship outside of the UK
    - The winners will be selected randomly, contacted directly via YouTube to arrange delivery and they will be announced in a later video.
    - In the event that a winner is contacted but there is no response within one week, then another name will be selected in their place.
    - If an item goes missing in the post, I cannot be held responsible.
    I will get proof of postage.

    Penguin Publishers sent me these books to offer as a giveaway. I am not being paid and this is not a sponsored video.

    YouTube is not a sponsor of this contest and users release YouTube from any and all liability related to this contest. Entries that don't comply with YouTube's Community Guidelines ... will be disqualified. Personal data will only be collected from the winner and will only be used to mail the prize package.

    This is not a sponsored video. I genuinely love this book having read it myself 2 years ago and I am delighted to be able to give 4 lucky people the opportunity to own it.

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    Read more about the book and buy it here:

    When Bea Johnson, her husband, Scott, and their two children moved from a large house to a temporary apartment while they were looking for a new home in Marin, California, they put much of their belongings in storage and lived with just the necessities. Doing so proved to be an epiphany when they realized that they really did not need all the stuff that they had accumulated. This was also the genesis for Bea’s move to embrace simplicity; soon after, she started her blog Zero Waste Home–and that led to a Zero Waste Home book and consulting service. She points out that purging her home of waste was a slow process to begin with, but once she started paying attention to consumption and the way her family lives, the easier it became. And lest you equate living simply with dowdy and dull, think again. Here, she tells us how we can do the same by considering 10 ways to live with less.

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