April is Earth Month, and while we firmly believe that devoting time and energy to earth-friendly initiatives should be a year-round thing, we love that there is an entire month (and, more specifically, a special day) set aside to care for our planet.
With Earth Day approaching on April 22nd, are you on the hunt for ways to help? Today, we’ve rounded up five eco-minded bloggers to help inspire your best Earth Day yet. Whether you’re looking for composting tips or ways to restyle your clothes, these five stylish gals have got you covered:
Midnight Maniac – This former Blogger of the Moment is a veritable compendium of eco-friendly tips, tricks, and fashion advice. From greening your grocery shopping and school supplies to even going green for a funeral, this retro-loving blogger and pin-up will show you what’s up. With spring in full swing, don’t miss her “In Season” section for tons of tips and recipes for cooking in season.
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Sincerely Kinsey - Another Blogger of the Moment alum, blogger and photographer Kinsey Mhire of Sincerely Kinsey isn’t just super talented and stylish, but a fantastic resource for DIY fashion and home projects as well. Be sure to check out her Clean Living series for everything from info on soy candles to how to make your own foundation.
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Bubby and Bean – Chicago-based Melissa of Bubby and Bean is your go-to source for all things centered around sustainable living. An eco-designer by day, Melissa’s blog is a great place to find tips for everything from travel to home decor.
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Mad Mim – If sewing and restyle projects are your passion, you’ll want to add Mad Mim to your blog reader, stat. Featuring everything from home projects to kid’s clothes restyles, Miriam (that’s the “Mim” in Mad Mim) will show you how to make it all.
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Adventures in Dressmaking – If crafting up food, home decor, and dresses is your passion, don’t miss Adventures in Dressmaking. Blogger Suzannah will show you how to restyle everything from thrift store furniture to a men’s dress shirt, all while remaining incredibly fashionable.