For the first time in generations, many of us are reexamining how often we shop, where we get our groceries, and what household essentials we might be able to make at home instead of running out to buy. But this month’s Voices guest Kris Bordessa has been teaching families how to live more sustainably for years. Hear Meagan get Kris’s take on the bake-your-own-bread craze, why so many adults feel like they never really learned to cook, and how growing your own food or making soap doesn’t have to be overwhelming. They also discuss Kris’s new book, Attainable Sustainable: The Lost Art of Self-Reliant Living. Check it out!
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in Voices 49:
- Check out Kris Bordessa’s book Attainable Sustainable: The Lost Art of Self-Reliant Living (affiliate link)
- Learn more on Kris’ blog Attainable Sustainable
- Connect with Kris on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
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