Do you have an Eco-friendly blog or site? Do you occasionally write about the environment or ways to live green? If you answered yes to any, you're invited to link up. Here are the rules:
1. If you have a green-living blog and/or write about the environment, sustainability, etc., please use the "linky" below to list your site.
2. If you only occasionally write about green living, please use tags such as "green", "Eco", "Environment", etc. and then link to that collection of posts so that visitors will be directed to pertinent articles.
3. Visit at least one other site (and while not required, it would be nice if you told them that you found them here).
4. The linky will stay active until Thursday at 6:00 pm (EST).
5. Using Random.org, I will choose one of the sites listed and feature it next week.
Our featured blog this week is ... Our Daily Green, written by Kim. I've been following Our Daily Green for a long time. When I first visited (way back when), I read the section about the author because that's where we usually talk about our passion. In Kim's bio, she says "Truth excites me." That idea is evident in all of her writing ... her search for truth and her willingness to share it with us. She talks about all manner of things ... locally made clothing, GMOs, gardening and I even found an interesting post on what to do with Cassette Tapes (remember those??). Reading her posts is somewhat like sitting down and having a lovely chat with a friend who has discovered something new and wants to share it. For example, in February of 2011, Kim decided to switch to bar soaps rather than liquid soaps. She investigated the issue, finding out such things as how much water is in each product and whether or not solid soaps were as effective as liquid versions at killing germs ... and then she talked about it ... friend to friend. There are various sections to Our Daily Green ... at the top of the blog one will find tabs for topics like "Food Information", "Saving Money" and "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle". I clicked on on "Food Information" and found a bunch of posts on healthy eating. We're not talking recipes, here, but rather information on things like "Food Safety", "Food Waste", "Home Canning" and "Soda" (ever considered making your own?). Our Daily Green is a fabulous blog with information for everyone. I hope you'll swing by and check it out ... it's sure to become one of your favorites!
This week's linky is now live so ... list your site, visit and have fun: