What they are is a couple who is keeping it real, while being conscious of their everyday decisions and what those decisions will lead to down the road for the next generation.
A really neat feature of Jen and Joey Go Green is a section on their blog that is called in , where Jen sets realistic and attainable goals of them and gives herself a realistic time frame to accomplish them in 1, days. On their blog, Jen also reviews a fair number of personal care and cleaning products for their gentleness on the environment as well as their ability to get the job done.
She blogs about everything from green living to green business to green building to organic gardening and green technology. She does videos, podcasts, and is even a business consultant for greener business practices. Anna is an amazing organic gardener, and loves to spend time out in the garden. Another wonderful thing about Anna is that she really does interact with her readers, and considers her blog as a community of regular folks all learning together. Check out her blog, and you will see that she regularly answers questions from her engaged readers.
Natural Parenting and Fatherhood from the Perspective of a Treehugging Dirt-Worshipper Derek Markham is one of the few green living fathers in the blogosphere. He is a great role model for fatherhood, a much-needed asset in our society. Every father should check that out — these are some great tips!
Go see how everything worked out for them. Derek covers some ground in that realm as well. Besides his blog, Derek also writes for TreeHugger. You may be wondering about the accidently part of Accidentally Green. It goes like this: Hilary began her journey quite by accident. Hilary has written a book Accidentally Green detailing her journey, and divides it up into 6 different phases of her life.
Get Green Be Well: Kimberly Button is the amazing woman behind Get Green Be Well, a blog chock-full of great green product reviews and recommendations. Filled with vibrant, beautiful images, Kim really draws you in and makes you feel at home on her blog.
Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Published on September 19, All of the individual posts are simply gorgeous to peruse. Published on November 24, In her early adult life, she continued to be green mainly as a way to save money, but her reason for being green now is to protect the health of herself and her family, having seen too many cases of cancer in her friends and loved ones.
With many of the products Kim reviews there is also an associated giveaway as well so visit often and enter to win! Kim has all kinds of accolades, too. Kim has been on many of the major television networks as a television correspondent. Mama on a Green Mission: She and her husband have four wonderful children, 2 girls and 2 boys. You can tell by reading it that family comes first and is central to her life, but make no mistake — she is definitely green, and will point you in the right direction to becoming greener to, especially as it comes to clean, healthy products.
She reviews a lot of great products on her website, those that are green and organic and those that have to do with family and children activities as well. April has reviewed several! There is lots of variety on her blog! Chrystal discusses all kinds of green and natural living topics from baby wearing, breastfeeding, and co-sleeping all the way to natural beauty, healthy eating, and natural cleaning.
Chrystal definitely strikes a chord with many people, as you will see by reading her blog and following her on her social channels that she gets a ton of feedback in the form of comments, shares, and likes on the items she shares and curates. In , Chrystal founded Green Moms Media to help other green living bloggers connect with natural brands, getting the word out about some of the greenest and healthiest products in the marketplace today. Almost All the Truth: There is also a section on her blog that is a great resource for parents seeking healthier and more sustainable products Eco-Friendly Products.
Brenna is an activist, but recognizes that we all do our part in a little bit different way. Still, we can come together and find common ground to fight for the principles we believe in and will make the biggest difference for everyone. You will see a great list of people and blogs that she herself follows and learns from on her Blogroll. She started the blog Non-Toxic Kids in with the core cause and belief in protecting children from toxins in consumer products. She has labored for many years to do just that.
Besides blogging on Non-Toxic Kids, Katy is also an author of 3 books: A Manual for Busy Parents. Katy is even a graduate level teacher for courses in service learning. She began her journey of eating whole foods with the birth of her son. When her husband was diagnosed with leukemia, eating whole foods became even more important, and as a result he is cancer-free today!
Denise cooks from scratch 5 to 7 nights a week, and can usually have dinner on the table in about 30 minutes.
She wants to show you how you can too. Her blog is filled with wonderful meal plans and great recipes. Beyond just eating, Denise also blogs about having a wholesome family and parenting, about making stuff DIY , and having fun! Sustainability Starts at Home Dawn Gifford is the owner and editor of Small Footprint Family, a blog about all things green and healthy, running the gamut from real foods all the way to political activism.
Dawn draws from a well of richly fortified experience. Her resume is impressive! She founded a greenroof company, and has spent 15 years developing workforce training programs for environmental jobs in tree care, low-impact development, sustainable landscaping, and urban agriculture. Dawn reads and responds to comments and questions on her blog, and has some great interaction with her social followers as well. Ashley is a preschool teacher, wife, and mother of two. She shares some great instructional videos on it on all kinds of green living topics. It adds a nice personal touch! Further, Ashley does a great job of chronicling her pregnancies, the birth and development of her children, and what she did to get her body back into pre-pregnancy shape.
Ashley is also another blogger who does a terrific job of listening to her readers and responding in her blog comments section. Green Living for the Modern Family Amanda Hearn is the mother of three fantastic children, wife to one awesome husband, and blog owner and operator of The Eco-Friendly Family. Amanda has found a lot of fulfillment in blogging on natural parenting and green living, and enjoys interacting with her readers — so much so that she in part credits their encouragement and inspiration to her becoming a part of the team at Green Child Magazine.
This blog began with the premise of providing information on natural toys for children, but has since expanded to cover a lot more information, including news, ideas, and opinions on natural parenting. Jennifer is so green that she lives off the grid! Her family grows their own food, and they even built their own home from their own timber off their land.
They also generate electricity from a creek. She has a great section of her blog full of interesting articles about home birthing and midwifes, pointing out the real facts about the safety of planned home births in healthy women with low risk pregnancies. She has a product review section on her blog and a special section on green toys, too. Ashlee is living proof that eating whole, organic foods is what nature intended.
She started a detox program and shifted her diet to organic and whole foods, and has never looked back. It has made a huge difference in her health and energy levels. Ashley shares her journey to thriving health with you on her blog. She is the mother of two sons and a talented step-son, and wife to a hydroponic gardener. Nicole likes to dig in the dirt, and shares many great gardening posts on her blog. Nicole reviews lots of natural care and other eco-friendly products on her blog, and hosts lots of great giveaways, too. With the quality of content that Nicole shares, she naturally generates a lot of discussion between her and her readers.
The goal of her blog is to demonstrate that style and quality can also be sustainable. Jennae scours the marketplace looking for eco-friendly products for your home, discussing them and linking out to them when she finds a great fit. Jennae has an innate instinct and good eye for style, and her blog is filled with beautiful images of the products she reviews and discusses.
If anyone will know about them, she will! Life is a Voyage, Live it Well! She truly lives life to its fullest. She one of those people that you wonder how she fits everything in to her busy schedule. Beyond traditional blog posts, her blog also features really exciting and fun videos done by her production company.
Watch some or all of them — she is so photogenic and has such an infectious personality, making everything such an adventure! Courtney is a determined woman who even had a home water birth. Courtney is very well read, is a book reviewer for BlogCritics. Participants who share the challenge of the week on social media use the hashtag CTWW. Check out her thorough list of recipes, and her great product reviews.
Cyndi is truly loved and appreciated by her readers. Leigh also has some great green gift guides on her blog that are segmented towards the special people in your life that you might be shopping for. Leigh had some wonderful predecessors of her own who lived green without even calling it that. A collection of hints to help nurture a more ecological and economical household with very simple choices Kim Urig is a talented freelance writer and author of Our Daily Green.
Unlike many of us, Kim has pretty much always been green. She grew up on an organic farm, and carried the thrifty and natural living principles with her throughout her life. In her early adult life, she continued to be green mainly as a way to save money, but her reason for being green now is to protect the health of herself and her family, having seen too many cases of cancer in her friends and loved ones. Apple has put together a fantastic team of green women bloggers whose motive is to get the green word out via pop culture, social networking, and mass media.
The Green Girls blog features some wonderfully talented women writing on such a variety of topics that all amazingly tie into green living. Green Girls TV has some really fun interviews with green celebrities, and shares a boatload of great DIY, how-to, and homemade tutorials. The Green Girls is truly a colorful and vibrant blog, and is anything but mundane! Her life is full of interesting things! Rather than being content hidden away in an office somewhere, Beth is an activist, author, and public speaker.
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Easy to understand and very uplifting before, during, and after pregnancy! One person found this helpful. I met Latham Thomas at en event in New York and bought her book after hearing her speak. She comes at pregnancy with such a logical, natural, positive approach that I was excited to go through each chapter at a time and soak it all in.
I read the book a little ahead of where I was in my pregnancy to prepare for what was to come. My attempt at some of the recipes was successful and most of the health advice is information I've continued to refer back to even after my baby was born.
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I felt better being pregnant than I did before I was pregnant! Never experienced morning sickness and any other "issues" I had were dealt with naturally, for the most part, and very effectively. It was such a great feeling knowing I was taking active steps to bettering myself everyday and seeing results.
My only complaint is that it can read quite corny, but I just overlooked that part and paid attention to the information being given. If there were any sections that didn't pertain to me as much, I just skimmed over them and went on the next chapter. I'm a huge reader and researcher, but I've found many popular books a bit outdated with modern discoveries and the approaches they often offer come from an unnatural angle, which is odd to me.
This is the book I give to anyone pregnant for the first time who is looking to embrace their pregnancy experience and cause as little harm to their baby as possible. So many bits of advice especially that from many doctors can cause harm to the fetus. I wanted to protect our little one by any means I could and this book helped direct me in many ways. Everyone has to make the best decisions for themselves, but this book provides some great health tips for any woman. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful.
Suggested by a friend but didn't like as much as she did. I love that this guide inspires you to make good choices but doesn't use fear as a means to convince you. And, unlike so many mainstream pregnancy books, it doesn't strip you of your natural intuition but rather calls on you to tap into it. I'm a long-time vegetarian with an interest in raw foods, and this book is completely compatible with my diet and lifestyle philosophy.
The author has done a good job researching nutrition and other issues - and she explains things in more depth than some other books, trusting that you are smart and interested enough to care. She mentions specific foods that may help with whatever pregnancy symptoms you may be having watermelon for swelling works! I found this to be a really empowering, positive book, and have recommended it to prego friends who are interested in having a positive, natural pregnancy and birth experience.
One last note - this is a great book to get if you are just trying to conceive, as she devotes a good part of the beginning of the book to optimizing your fertility and preparing for pregnancy. I loved the tone in this book! It meets a mother where she is and gives the tools to help her glow through pregnancy into motherhood. I just delivered my baby girl and I use parts of the book as reference.
It's too awesome for words really! Pregnancy tends to be the time in a woman's life when she is most healthy because she becomes more aware of the food she eats, the exercise she gets and the state of mind she keeps. This book is a great guide on balancing these 3 key areas. Latham also offers some fantastic recipes which help us rethink our food choices for the better!
A must have for a pregnant mama or one interested in keeping the mama glow we don't want to lose after pregnancy! Sharen Medrano, Lactation Consultant Very easy to read book. The tips are helpful. See all 45 reviews. Most recent customer reviews. Published on October 7, Published on April 29, Published on November 14, Published on October 3, Published on September 19, I recommend purchasing before you are pregnant. Published on July 8, Published on May 14, Published on January 17, Published on November 24, Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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