Some say that the Internet is becoming this evil that is stealing our time and focus. But is it the case if it is also a place full of useful and enjoyable content? For those who see the network and social media channels as a tool to snatch some fresh ideas and informational content, here are 5 bloggers who lead their eco-friendly and sustainable lifestyle and share it with the world:
Eco Warrior Princess (@ecowarriorprincess)
It seems that Xena is no longer the only warrior princess – Jennifer Nini, the founder of Eco Warrior Princess, “fought” her way through to having the whole media brand. The page full of information on serious topics such as environment, business, social justice, technology, etc., having in mind ecological aspect.
Dan Pontarlier (@dpontarlier)
In his own words, Dan Pontarlier is “advocating for sustainable lifestyle” and shows this through his creations made from worn clothes. All-rounder Dan not only has an eye-catching website and blog full of information answering some important questions, but he also wrote a book about upcycling! Maybe it’s time for a good paper book?
Sustainable Daisy (@sustainabledaisy)
If you miss something positive and bright to make you feel better, Karen and her cheerful webpage will surely brighten your day. Being an environmental specialist, she writes about everyday things related to fashion, beauty and lifestyle. But her main goal is to provide us with the information that helps us to live more sustainably in every step that we make.
Moral Fibres (@moralfibresblog)
Those who never miss to find out some tips and tricks will love Wendy’s blog on eco-living. Her goal is to disperse all doubts about sustainable living. Having this in mind, she devided her webpage into six categories that include lifestyle, food, home, travelling, etc. It ensures that people of all interest would find something useful to them.
Ethical Unicorn (@ethicalunicorn)
A blog with such as magical name that represents a wish to lead a sustainable living and embrace social justice. The dominance of these two concepts could be felt through reading the blog posts on topics such as eco-friendliness, zero-waste movement and self-love.
Do you know some other bloggers who are a great fit for this list? Feel free to share it with us!