Blogger Resources to help you lead a greener life!

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One of the primary reasons I started blogging was to encourage others to learn how to lead a more eco-friendly life. I have always said that going green is not an all or nothing sort of choice. Each step we take towards a more sustainable lifestyle is beneficial. There are quite a number of eco-friendly bloggers out there and I wanted to take a moment to thank each and every one of them for their hard work in trying to make this world a better place. Each of them brings a unique look at how we can make more sustainable choices and I have compiled a collection of articles that you may find helpful in your own life. I hope you will take a minute to visit each one of their blogs and check out some of their suggestions. Then, put those suggestions to good use in your own lives and bring us one step closer to a greener planet!

Scarlet of Family Focus Blog writes about  Using Eco-friendly Paints

Mother of a 4 year old and 6 year old. I am all about having fun with my family and keeping us all safe and healthy. I love sharing go green tips because I love nature and I think natural eco choices are better for our health as well. This article shares some tips on why eco-friendly paints are so important- especially to children and babies!

Charise Rohm Nulsen of I Thought I Knew Mama  writes about The Health Impact of Disposable Diapers

Do you know what’s really in your little one’s diaper? If dangerous chemicals and toxins are not your best guesses, then this post might surprise you.

Beeb Ashcroft of Super Coupon Girl writes about How to Use Trash to Save Money

We all know that recycling is an eco-friendly thing to do – but can living green also save you some green? Blogger Beeb, AKA “Super Coupon Girl”, shows you how she uses trash to save money in this article! One man’s trash is truly another man’s treasure!

Free Range Mama of My Healthy Green Family  writes about Why Second Hand Shopping is Sustainable

Treasure hunting is more than just saving money. It is sustainable. Free Range Mama writes for My Healthy Green Family, a natural living blog. She is an eco-friendly, home-cooking, organically-growing, chicken-hatching, goat-milking, clay-throwing, line-drying mom of three.

Ellen Christian of Confessions of an Overworked Mom writes about Wild Edibles

Ellen is a busy mom of two teenagers who is trying to live a more eco-friendly life. She lives on two acres in rural Vermont. In this article, she shares her thoughts on using wild edibles she finds in her area.
Karen Hanrahan of Best Of Mother Earth writes How to Green Your Garage

I am earthy, grounded and laugh with every part of me. I blog about wellness things. A layer of that includes green advocacy, sharing and pointing to resources that express shades of green!

Emily Roach of Random Recycling: Modern Green Living for Busy Families writes about Making Homemade Yogurt
I started the blog after my daughter was born as I became more aware of how my many choices affected her well being. Now as a mother to two beautiful children, I’ve learned so much and love to share ideas, product reviews, recipes and more on the blog. Making the yogurt is a great, and easy, way to reduce our plastic use and save us money too!

Lisa Nelsen-Woods of The Lazy Budget Chef provides a recipe for  Spinach and Shrimp Pizza

No time, low on groceries is inspiration for this healthy, but fancy looking meal.
Amity Hook-Sopko of the Green Gifts Guide tells us how to Wrap Your Gifts Green
When it comes to most things in life, presentation is everything. Just because you’re giving a green gift doesn’t mean you can’t wrap it with sustainable style.


Jo from Jo’s Health Corner writes about Using Essential Oils for Immunity
On my blog I share my information about aromatherapy, Paleo nutrition, simple living, wellness and natural health. I think less is better for our health.
Tiffany from Nature Mom’s Blog writes about Eco-friendly Art Supplies for Children
Tiffany Washko is a freelance writer and blogger from Central Ohio and a mom to three wonderful kids, eleven and under. She has been blogging for nine years. On this blog you will find information about natural and green living as it relates to raising a family. 

What sort of green choices have you made in your life? I would love to hear your suggestions…leave a comment!

14 thoughts on “Blogger Resources to help you lead a greener life!”

  1. Awesome resource. I use cloth diapers and trainers for my kids. I use homeopathic medicine for my family when possible. We try to recycle–we usually have more recyclables than trash every week so I guess that is a good sign we’re doing something right.

  2. I’m a work in progress but becoming more aware of how I use and dispose my resources…I love Freecycle and re-purposing unused items.

    I can’t wait to checkout all these resources..Thank you!


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