Green living simply means making daily sustainable lifestyle choices that reduce your carbon footprint on the planet. Some green living behaviors include recycling, buying local, reducing the amount of energy you use, and driving fuel-efficient or electric cars (or not driving at all, of course). Other green habits people might adopt entail making their own cleaning products, buying cruelty-free beauty products, and going waste-free.
We’ve carefully curated the following list of green living blogs that account for many of these green living factors – blogs that are actively working to spread awareness and educate those who are interested in learning more about their well-being and the environment. We hope these blogs will inspire you just as much as they did us.
1. The Foraged Life
The Foraged Life is “a space for sharing stories on eco-friendly living & living with nature.” If you’re on the hunt for green living ideas, eco-friendly travel tips, or guides on earth-loving brands, then this will be your go-to blog to live by. Of course, you’ll find some great tips on ‘foraging,’ too.
2. Wellness Mama
Katie, better known as “Wellness Mama,” has one main goal: “to help families live more naturally through practical tips, real food recipes, natural beauty and cleaning tutorials, natural remedies, and more.”
From sweet potato-frosted cupcakes to DIY homemade honey facemasks, Katie’s blog will have you spoilt for choice when it comes to green living tutorials. If you don’t have a lot of time on your hands, not to worry! There’s also The Healthy Moms Podcast you can listen to which covers an array of topics including health, food, stress, sleep, fitness, toxins, natural living, and more tips on how to improve your family’s well being.
3. Going Zero Waste
After a health scare in college, Kathryn started Going Zero Waste for people to follow along on her journey of living a zero-waste and plastic-free life. This blog will have you living greener than ever before with tips on things like how to store your leftovers plastic free or how to compost when you live in an apartment.