With Earth Day coming up on April 22, we felt inspired to highlight amazing bloggers that are doing their part to make their lives, their families’ lives, and the earth a little bit better by being green. With help from our staff, friends, and customers (thank you!) we compiled a list of some of the go-to sites. Have a fave you’d like to add? Leave us a comment with the link below!
A compelling personal story and knack for research give “Mommypotamus” Heather a unique perspective on all kinds of topics—from motherhood, to food, beauty and more. Beautiful pictures are just the icing on the cake!
“Wellness Mama” Katie, wife and mom of six, is passionate about creating a healthy life for her family and helps other families live more naturally too, through practical tips, real food recipes, natural beauty and cleaning tutorials, natural remedies and more.
Should I vaccinate my child? How do I get my kid to eat healthy? Where can I find a delicious banana dessert recipe? You can find answers for all of those questions and more from The Organic Momma.
The Natural Mama is an expert on all things non-toxic for baby. Her research is thorough AND she provides alternatives to some of the icky toxic products available for babies and kids!
A digital magazine on natural parenting and conscious living, Green Child has built a community that provides natural parenting tools, support and awesome ideas on travel, crafts, nutrition, gardening and more.
This blog covers a wide array of topics related to living a green, eco-friendly, natural life and decreasing waste. Blogger and massage therapist Katie comes from a perspective of natural healing and alternative health, which shows through in her writing.
This mommy is a social worker, wife, and mom to two little girls living on the beautiful West Coast of Canada. She blogs about family life, natural parenting, paleo recipes, and living life a little greener.
The Sprout San Francisco blog is a really great resource for healthy baby guides, tips for expecting parents, and other important information on everything from playtime to mealtime, to bath and bedtime.
We could spend hours on conscious culture website EcoSalon, which features pieces on fashion, interior design, love, reproductive health, and food and wellness.
This is an inspiring place for learning about and practicing the Real Food lifestyle—no processed food or refined ingredients. Blogger Lisa takes it one step further and provides 100 Days of Real Food Mini-Pledges to help kick start that healthy eating.
We especially love this design and innovation blog’s “How To” pieces and infographics about a ton of topics related to the environment and green living.
The Good Housekeeping “Green Living” section is an awesome place to find out interesting environmental news, as well as tips and tricks to live a greener, less wasteful lifestyle.
Have you ever asked yourself any of the following questions?
1.Which numbered plastics are most toxic, again?
2.Is it sodium lauryl sulfate or sodium laureth sulfate that I’m supposed to avoid when buying shampoo?
3.What’s the difference between partially and fully hydrogenated oil and why exactly are they bad?
4.Will my toddler be smarter if I let him watch Baby Einstein or will he end up with ADHD?
The ultimate resource for conscious moms and healthy kids, Gimme the Good Stuff has answers to all of these questions and more.
A comprehensive consumer guide dedicated to empowering people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment, EWG provides information on what’s on your plate, what’s on your face, what’s in your water…you get the picture.
Just as it sounds, this blog does the work of finding the purest products for you and your baby so you don’t have to.