Resources: 3 websites for green living
The Good Trade
You might already have heard about The Good Trade. This little corner of the internet is an amazing resource for everything sustainable and ethical: fashion, beauty, living (and more). The articles are thoughtfully written, always accompanied with beautiful imagery and a lot of tips and tricks for sustainable living. It's also a great resource to discover sustainable and eco-friendly fashion and home brands (Although most of them are American).
I really recommend subscribing to the Daily Good, a bite-size daily newsletter with amazing talents to discover!
I only recently discovered Ecocult, after listening to its founder Alden Wicker on the amazing Green Dreamer podcast. (I've become obsessed with this podcast too!). I loved her ideas and spirit and thought I should give her website a read. I wasn't disappointed! She has a deep interest for sustainable fashion and conscious travel and has very good tips for like-minded people.
Alden says: "My goal is to do all the research, so that you can make the most conscious decisions when it comes to fashion and travel".
Mind Body Green
Mind Body Green is for all the people out there who are on the quest to find the healthiest way of living. It focuses on health and food and has really precise and researched posts, written by field experts, giving you practical tips and actions to take now to feel better (mind and body!). I particularly liked its Planet resources and its 5 Things You Need To Know Today posts.
Read on MBG: "Our planet is a gift. When you're equipped with news and advice from environmental trailblazers, you become the change the world needs now."
Hope you enjoyed learning
about these green living websites...
Let me know in the comments below if you have your own favourites!