6 Online Resources for Going Green in Real Life

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We’re always looking for great ways to make living naturally practical. In today’s world, it can be exhausting to go against the mainstream and live a green lifestyle. Sometimes it just feels impossible! But it isn’t impossible, and it doesn’t always have to be difficult. Check out these six great websites that help everyday people take better care of themselves, the planet, and their families.

Love Food, Hate Waste

Wasting food is not only bad for your wallets, but also for the environment. To help raise awareness on this issue, a great UK based campaign and website called Love Food Hate Waste www.lovefoodhatewaste.com was born. It is a great online resource with easy practical actions we can implement in our homes to waste less food. Visit their website to find a quick-start money saving guide, a two-week meal planner, food storage tips and much more. Plus, browse through helpful recipe categories like “Cook Once, Eat Twice”, “Time Savers” and “Rescue Recipes”.

Got questions? Who doesn’t!

Choosing to live unconventionally can lead to a lot of tough choices, and finding the answers we’re looking for isn’t always easy. That’s why we’re glad to have found Green Answers www.greenanswers.com, a community of people just like us – trying to live naturally every day. When someone has a question, it gets answered – it’s as simple as that! It’s free to become a member, but even if you aren’t one, you can still find answers to questions that have already been asked. Who knows? Maybe your question is in there!

What’s on My Food

Making safe and natural choices for the health of our families and our planet begins by learning about the dangers present when unsafe choices are made. What’s In My Food www.whatsinmyfood.org is a website dedicated to helping us understand the unhealthy things that we can’t see, smell or taste in our food. Their searchable database is designed to make the public problem of pesticide exposure visible and more understandable. Find out what’s in your food and start making better choices today!

Make every day earth day.

That’s the motto over at Earth 911 www.earth911.com a website dedicated to helping you reduce your impact, reusing what you’ve got and recycling your trash! Their website provides up-to-date information so that we can learn to recycle better and recycle more. Here you’ll find over 100,000 recycling locations across the country. So go check it out!

Wear your heart on your sleeve.

With individually hand-numbered organic cotton tees from We Add Up www.weaddup.com, we can spread the messages of the natural and organic movement. Let others know how you’re taking better care of yourself and the planet with ideals such as “Eat Less Meat”, “Line Dry”, “Unplug” and more on We Add Up tees. Each tee has a unique number which is hand-painted onto the tee – that’s how many have “added up” so far! Wouldn’t it be exciting to wear your tee and, one day, see someone with a much bigger number? It’s a great way for eco-friendly folks to encourage each other and remind ourselves of the choices we make every day.

How GREEN are your driving skills?

Now you can find out! It’s easy, free and, we’ll admit, kind of fun! Find out how well you’re doing and how much you can improve. Who wouldn’t want to find out how to get more fuel savings? Take the fun EcoDriving Quiz and the Virtual Road Test for free at www.ecodrivingusa.com. Send to friends and family and see how you compare! You can even join the EcoDriving Movement. Check out EcoDriving USA to calculate your CO2.

Do you know of any other great online resources for going green? Let us know by commenting below!

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One Comment for “6 Online Resources for Going Green in Real Life”

  • Mickie MeyerNo Gravatar

    http://www.localharvest.org Is a fabulous site for finding farmers markets, family farms, and sources of sustainably grown food in your area. All you have to do is enter your zip code and what you are looking for and you get tons of info.

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