Gotten your Green on yet? These 20 Green Living Bloggers have certainly made me more aware of how living green can turn your life around! Reading through them can give you a tremendous feeling that if everyone did just one or two things to improve their environment, it would have a big impact on the planet, your health and well-being.
We start our List with Megean as she is challenging us all to join her in bringing awareness to International Zero Waste Week (starts 9/4/17). Check out her 30-day guide for becoming a zero waste household and help make others aware that you can make a difference in not only your health but also the planet’s health by following her suggestions!
Cheryl is an “accredited webfluential influencer” and writes about injustice issues as well as zero waste issues. If you plan on traveling internationally, the eBook, Zero Waster’s Travel Companion, will give you tips for places that are less wasteful in 32 cities around the world. If you sign up for her newsletter, you can get the first chapter free.
Jeff has been a green blogger since 2003 and has penned several articles on how to stop wasting food, how to recycle or repair products, how to kick the plastic habit, how to go solar without breaking the bank, how to build your own washing machine, and my favorite, Recycling Games for Teaching Kids (and You) About Responsible Waste Disposal.
Tiffany is a freelance writer and maintains several websites that address environmental issues and has information that’s useful for natural and green families. What I found amazing was her 10 New Ways to Cook Quinoa. I’ve often wondered how to cook that stuff!
Diane believes that we can use the power of our purse to change the world and that living greener is affordable. She says what we buy has an impact on the consumer marketplace and going green can save you a lot of money on utility bills. She is author of the book, Big Green Purse, often referred to as “the big green bible” because of how practical and inspiring it is.
Seth is one of the greenest guys I’ve ever met! He’s a green living expert, an author, a radio host, a reporter and has written books on building your own electric vehicle, as well as renewable energy, energy efficiency, and more. As a gardener, I appreciated his articles on how companion planting acts as a natural pesticide and how it can make food taste better.
Sommer is a marketing manager for FreshBaby.com, a social media consultant, and has been a professional blogger since 2007. I love her saying, “Many Americans would be able to save some green as a perk of going green.” One way is by getting solar power which will save you a monthly average of $84 on electricity.
Anna started Green Talk in 2007 intending it to be about green building since she was in the process of building an eco-friendly home. Only four years later, Green Talk has become a green living and green business guide as it evolves with her changing interests. Her website includes over 1,000 articles as well as podcasts and videos about living greener.
Lori’s goal as an active Boston mother of three boys, a writer, and speaker is to encourage everyone to live greener. She calls herself a recovering attorney because 11 years ago she and two of her boys were diagnosed with life-threatening food allergies so she quit law and followed her passion of a toxin-free groovy green life. She spreads awareness with her “Green Your Kitchen in 4 Easy Steps” now on YouTube.
Allie is one of The Greenists who make up a group of green living bloggers. She lives with her husband, two dogs, and cat in Rochester, NY. Her hobbies include gardening, hiking, biking, camping, and writing fiction. One of her amazing facts is if we reduced our laundry by one load per week, we’d save enough water to fill 7 million swimming pools each year!
Being a busy mom, Micaela has still found time to come up with solutions of eco-friendly and budget-friendly products. She has written eBooks, guides and checklists on natural living resources that are free when you join her mailing list. She teaches how to read labels so when you do grocery shopping you will make better choices. She also tells about beauty products that you can make yourself.
Deanna works for a regional governmental natural resources agency and does urban homesteading projects. She’s been blogging for ten years and has authored the book, The Non-Toxic Avenger: What you don’t know can hurt you. It’s about pervasive toxins in the environment and gives several alternative non-toxic products.
Jennifer is an environmental attorney specializing in consumer product labeling, uses practical ways to reduce or eliminate toxic chemicals in her home, and loves to write. She is the author of the book, Smart Mama’s Green Guide: Simple Steps to Reduce Your Child’s Toxic Chemical Exposure.
Shia is always on the lookout for easy zero waste solutions. Her latest campaign is to remind big brand fast food and restaurant chains of their eco-friendly responsibility in helping save sea life by using recyclable glass straws instead of the some 500 million plastic straws used on a daily basis, many of which end up in the ocean.
Eliza has been blogging about her journey to living simple since 2006. Her Household has made several energy-saving and gardening changes including heating/cooling improvements. She just had a recipe book published called, Small Bites, that is full of mouth-watering appetizers. Eliza also has a consulting company and enjoys speaking to groups on how to simplify.
Christina and Family are hip to all the toxic chemicals that surround us and do as much as possible to live green and non-toxic to improve their health through aromatherapy, herbalism, and green cleaning methods. She went through years of poor health before discovering that poor diet and toxic chemicals were contributing to her problems.
Doreen has an eBook called Save Green While You Go Green—23 Eco-Friendly Ways to Save Money While You Save the Planet. She has a list of 30-some links to other green websites.
Pip blogs about her journey to becoming zero waste, sustainability issues and wild swimming. Her articles share advice on reducing single-use plastics, places to shop zero waste in London, her favorite places to swim outdoors, and a host of other environmental musings.
Claire and family now live in Malaysia. The children’s school has taken the initiative to stop using paper napkins by asking each student to bring four fabric napkins. To keep the waste down, Claire used two of hubby’s old soft cotton shirts to make the napkins. She encourages everyone to contact their local schools if you have ideas for your school to cut waste.
Helen is an Ambassador for Zero Waste Week launched in 2008 and has 72 countries now involved in raising awareness. She is committed to being active and influential while sharing solutions to problems involving zero waste. She encourages all to sign up for 9/4 to 9/8 and see how much waste you can audit.
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