Thursday, April 23, 2009

Things I dig week: green blogs

Since changing the template on my blog I lost my blogroll. Bummer. I'm not very good at updating it anyway, or finding new people to follow. I guess I get stuck in a reading rut sometimes (Er, not that the blogs I read are considered a "rut"....I just mean I just haven't branched out lately to find new blogs to read.). Here are some of the blogs I like though. And one day I'll get around to putting my blogroll back on my sidebar.

So do you have a green blog I need to be reading? Leave the link in the comments!

APLS - (aka "Affluent People Living Sustainably")

Arduous Blog

Blogging Bookworm My library list could last me three lifetimes thanks to the folks here.

Chocolate Crayons & More

Compost Guy - I think I have a crush on him. He seems pretty amazing, witty, willing to try just about anything. He also has a red worm site.

Crunchy Chicken

Crunchy Domestic Goddess

Fake Plastic Fish

Gift of Green - Her 2009 clothesline challenge is coming up soon!

Green & Clean Mom

Green Baby Guide

Green Me

Green Phonebooth

Shmoopywood - They're doing what we only dreamed of by building their cabin in the mountains (aka Schmoopywood) out of all recycled and reclaimed materials.

Stop the Ride


Fat Free Vegan Kitchen - I'm not Vegan, or fat-free for that matter, but I'm just amazed and inspired by some of the things on this blog. I actually pretend to myself that I'll make some of these things one day.

Farmer's Daughter


Carrie said...

I have a green blog It's Frugal Being Green

Gift of Green said...

Thanks for the plug, sweetie! :)

Steph said...

Hi! Found you on We have a green blog similar to yours - Becoming Green - about our family going green. I like your blog!

Nathaniel said...

Great links - I was very intrigued by the compost guy's gardens. On my blog, I occasionally post about hard-to-find recycling resources like how to dispose of hazardous materials in Denver.
www.collegehunksblog.comKeep up the great writing!

mangogirl said...

I am a Chef and Nutrition Coach. I have a blog about environmental issues, gluten and lactose free nutrition, Traditional Human Diet and a smattering of skin care, coffee and other interests.
Millie Barnes