Blog Love: Our Favorite Eco Blogs
Even though it is our main goal to help and inspire people down the path of natural beauty, we are often asked where we turn for inspiration. Rather then list them all in one post (honestly, there’s just too many), we thought it would be fun to do a Blog Love series spotlighting a different genre every month. To kick off the series, it only seemed natural to start off with our Top 5 Eco Blogs plus a Eco Movement that needs to be mentioned.
These blogs are not devoted to just one topic, but rather wellness and eco living as a whole, and we couldn’t start our day without them!
Well + Good – One of our top everyday reads, Well + Good considers themselves to be a wellness wire, which is the perfect descriptor in our minds. They cover everything from food and attractions to the latest eco-chic beauty trends. Founders Melisse Gelula and Alexia Brue are proving that the eco-chic way of life is alive, well and indeed gooooood.
Going Home To Roost – This is one of our newest addictions, and boy are we glad we found it! The voice behind it, Bonnie Forkner, shares her journey into home made and home grown. With everything from DIY projects (which you know we love) to recipes and gardening tips, this blog has everything you are looking for, naturally.
A Beautiful Mess – A continual source of inspiration. This is no mess – but rather a beautiful tapestry of homemade projects and recipes. The photography on this site is out of this world. We want to create everything they post. While not traditionally eco, this site is a fan of repurposing and recreating using natural materials – so we think they fit!
The Chalkboard – While this may be the blog for Pressed Juicery, it is by no means an ode to juice alone. This site has everything under the sun from fitness and well-being to style and nutrition – all in a gorgeously presented format. Stop by, we promise you will be hooked!
Organic Spa Magazine’s blog – If you haven’t picked up an Organic Spa Magazine recently, you’re doing yourself a huge disservice. The EIC Rona Berg has done an incredible job of overhauling the entire magazine over the past few years and now the mag (and the blog) is truly a wealth of eco-chic knowledge.
TeensTurningGreen.org – This is not your ordinary blog, but rather a movement. We’ve been a fan of theirs for years and once you read what they’re all about, you will no doubt fall in love too. This site just goes to prove that you can be powerful and make a difference at any age.