The decision to go green is an important one. But it’s not an all or nothing proposition. You can take small steps and follow important guides as you prepare for and embark on this journey for your own good as well as the good of your family, community, and the planet. These four blogs (in no particular order) embody characteristics we love to see in green blogs and hope you’ll appreciate them as much as we do.
The Crunchy Moose
Based in Dallas, Ashlee is committed to natural living and the environment. Her blog focuses a great deal on holistic rather than pharmaceutical healing, essential oils, parenting, and the planet. Her style makes the blog a great place to visit and helps you feel like a welcomed guest.
Don’t forget to check out her favorite things. From health and beauty supplements to kitchen gadgets to educational reading on all things green, The Crunchy Moose has recommendations and insights for you.
Jen and Joey Go Green
Jen offers a great deal of insight into green living in her blog. From green politics to green product recommendations to green product reviews, Jen shares her experiences and reactions in a no holds barred way – especially when greenwashing (companies attempting to make products that are not green seem like they are) is involved. We can appreciate that! What we really like about this blog is that she doesn’t hold back, even when sharing personal experiences in her green walk. From toenail infections to mold removal Jen and Joey Go Green offers green solutions for all kinds of problems.
Groovy Green Livin’
Aside from the groovy awesomeness of the title, this blog offers outstanding nuggets of information about living the green lifestyle in all ways. Lori Popkewitz Alper is the author of the blog who considers herself a green living enthusiast and a recovering attorney. She is committed to educating people interested in greener living that it doesn’t have to be an overwhelming proposition that takes over all aspects of their lives.
From choosing healthier pots and pans to managing fleas and ticks in pets, and using green personal care products that are less likely to cause harm than many manufactured products, the Groovy Green Livin’ blog has it covered. Lori even offers clever ways to reuse items so that recycling isn’t as necessary. Her goal in everything is to help others make small changes that lead to healthier, greener lifestyles.
Parenting is a challenge in today’s world. For those who wish to embrace a greener parenting process, Roxanne, the health coach, mother, and natural health advocate behind the scenes at The Holistic Mama, has plenty of help to offer. From diaper rash ointments to kid-friendly clean food meals – even how to get your kids to eat their veggies, she offers the kind of green help parents can put to use right away.
Each of these blogs offers a unique perspective on a common theme: living green. It just goes to show that people from all walks of life and all locations can take up the task of greener, healthier living. These just happen to be a few of our favorite examples.
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