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Don’t most of us just want to live our best lives? We want to keep our families safe and healthy. We want the place we call home to feel comforting and warm. And we want to enjoy the things we do in our spare time … We just don’t always know how to accomplish all those goals.
That’s where healthy home blogs come in! They provide the most Pinterest-worthy content and give you inspiration to live that best life. This year, we scoped out the best of the best when it comes to blogs you don’t want to miss.
All Things Mamma
Kasey Schwartz is a work-at-home mom of three. She’s been blogging at All Things Mama for nine years now, sharing “tips and tricks to make life easier and more fun.” She’s also author of the book “Essential Oils for a Clean and Healthy Home,” so you know you’re sure to get plenty of tips on incorporating essential oils into your healthy living lifestyle!
Tweet her @AllThingsMamma
This is a blog committed to helping readers “create a home that is better for you and the planet and #dropthemumguilt.” You’ll find DIY and upcycling ideas, healthy lifestyle advice, and tips on sustainable living, decorating, and design. Want to live a more sustainable lifestyle but don’t know where to start? Recycled Interiors also provides e-courses, giving you the jumpstart you’re looking for!
Tweet her @Helen_Creates
This is a website that truly is a family affair. It was originally founded by Greg Seaman, a man whose passion for sustainable living began right out of college. The team running this site now also includes his two grown sons and wife. Together they’re committed to teaching people about the benefits of living a “simpler, less material lifestyle, and the importance of protecting our natural environment as a source of our well-being.”
Tweet them @eartheasy
The Healthy Family and Home
“Eat like it matters … because it does.” That’s the motto this blog stands by while sharing nutrient dense and wholesome recipes. Karielyn shares that she’s passionate about buying healthy, organic foods. Her number one priority as a mom is ensuring the foods her family eats are “clean” and delicious meals. She’s excited to help you and your family do the same!
Tweet her @TheHealthyFandH
The Eco-Friendly Family
This is a blog dedicated to approaching green living from a practical, modern perspective. You’ll find recipes for making your own cleaners and detergents, information on cloth diapers and composting, and even tips for getting fit and reducing chemical exposure. Blog founder Amanda Hearn is a stay-at-home mom to three kids, and everything she shares is information she’s learned along the way in her effort to create a healthier life for her family.
Tweet her @EFFBlog
The Healthy Home Economist
With over 2,000 articles dedicated to health, wellness, and living green, this blog is an extension of author Sarah Pope’s multiple healthy living books. You’ll find shopping lists, recipes, and tips on properly selecting and storing your food. There are also videos to help guide you in your healthy living journey, including some dedicated to first baby food ideas.
Tweet her @HealthyHomeEcon
Eco Thrifty Living
Have you ever felt frustrated because you wanted to live a greener lifestyle or indulge in cleaner foods but didn’t feel like you could afford to fully embrace that lifestyle? Eco Thrifty Living has got you covered. The blog is here to tell you that you can — and to show you how. Zoe Morrison is the voice behind this blog, which started when she herself wanted to find ways to save money and the environment at the same time.
Tweet her @Ecothrifty
This blog began in 2007 when Laura Coppinger’s youngest son developed eczema. As she explains it, they were a Pop-Tarts family prior to that diagnosis. “His illness led us to seek help healing his chronic eczema without having to resort to life altering drugs,” she says. The rest, as they say, is history. The blog was born detailing not only their journey to health, but also the tips and ideas any family could adopt in their own path to healthy living.
Tweet her @HeavnlyHomemakr
The Humbled Homemaker
A lot of healthy living blogs can feel overwhelming. The Humbled Homemaker’s founder Erin Odom acknowledges that, as well as her own inability to be perfect in this journey. But an inability to achieve perfection doesn’t stop her from still doing the best she can to create the healthiest life for her family. Here you’ll find posts about motherhood, healthy eating, frugality, natural living, and so much more.
Tweet her @humbledhome
Mrs. Happy Homemaker
As the title implies, this is a blog dedicated to being a happy homemaker. You’ll find plenty of recipes (in fact, the bulk of the site is geared towards sharing meals your entire family will love), but also DIY and lifestyle posts. As an added bonus, there are also a lot of ideas for living more frugally as a family.
Tweet her @ThatHousewife
Healthy Holistic Living
It’s often a health crisis that pushes people toward a healthier lifestyle. That was the case for Michelle Toole, who was a marathon runner before finding herself bedridden practically overnight. She began a journey as an independent health researcher and information seeker who transformed her life with the information she found. And now, she shares that information with those looking to do the same.
Tweet her @NatureHeals
The Hippy Homemaker
Christina Anthis believes she was born in the wrong generation: She’s always been a hippie at heart. As a child, she began a club to save the planet and pick up trash. That advocacy has followed her into adulthood. Today she’s passionate about keeping toxins out of her family’s home and helping others to live a healthier, hippier lifestyle.
Tweet her @HippyHomemak3r
Leah Campbell is a writer and editor living in Anchorage, Alaska. A single mother by choice after a serendipitous series of events led to the adoption of her daughter, Leah is also author of the book “Single Infertile Female” and has written extensively on the topics of infertility, adoption, and parenting. You can connect with Leah via Facebook, her website, and Twitter.