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Our top 5 ethical living blogs 2019
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24th May 2019

Our top 5 ethical living blogs 2019

From adapting to zero-waste living, to introducing plant-based diets and boycotting the fast fashion industry – living an ethical, sustainable lifestyle can sometimes seem like a daunting task. That’s why it's so great that there is a whole community of people out there ready and willing to share their advice and tips on navigating – (and enjoying!) making these changes. We’ve picked our favourite ethical bloggers to inspire you –  

Moral Fibres Green Living Blog

 

In her own words, Wendy started her green living blog to help show how easy, affordable and stylish it can be to live a greener life. Covering all aspects of sustainable living, from food and drink to travel and of course clothing, the Moral Fibres blog is full of useful links and tutorials. 
Wendy has also written a book on natural cleaning – Fresh Clean Home, which showcases recipes for natural cleaning products. Using a base of essential oils and natural ingredients, these cleaning products are easy to make, are kinder to your skin and to the environment, while being as effective as any shop-bought solution.
Our favourite thing about Wendy’s blog is her weekly roundup of environmental news – from a new brand of palm oil free peanut butter to important climate change developments, we often hear the news from Wendy first!

 

Wendy from Moral Fibres sustainable living blogHomemade alternative kitchen cleaning products eco friendly

 

Wonder Mamas Vegan Motherhood Blog


As a mother of 2 young boys, Danielle started her blog to help mothers across the world live a healthier, sustainable and ethical life. We love Danielle’s honest, unfiltered writing style and have enjoyed following her journey. On the blog you’ll find amazing vegan recipes (including the best homemade vegan gnocchi), tips and advice on navigating motherhood and a lot of wise words about how to embrace sustainable and ethical fashion.

‘As I learn more, I share more. I love growing and connecting with my followers on a very personal level. Our posts are real, raw, vulnerable and honest’. 


Danielle recently took a selection of Nomads Clothing on a long weekend to Venice - and gave us her seal of approval! 

 

Women on Venice bridge wearing organic cotton clothingWomen sat by blue water wearing organic cotton wrap dress


Danielle wears the organic cotton cross front dress in Verdigris and organic cotton leggings in verdigris.

 

N4mummy Conscious Style Blog


After 10 years working as a buyer in the fast fashion industry, Karen is now an advocate for living a more conscious lifestyle. 


‘Since giving birth to my daughter, I’ve had time to stop and reflect on the impact fast fashion has on those who make the clothes we buy, our environment and also ourselves’.


With a self-confessed weakness for clothes, Karen puts her years of fashion knowledge to use with amazing outfit styling and proves beyond doubt that you don’t need throwaway fashion to look amazing. You’ll also find ridiculously cute mini-me outfits and top tips for kitting out children in sustainable, ethical clothing.

 

Woman holding who gives a crap environmentally friendly toilet rollWhite flowers stocks in vase minimalist

 

Matilda Lacey Cornwall Life Blog


Matilda joined us this year as a Nomads ambassador and has been sharing our sustainable fashion story with the help of Cornish based photographers Checkered Photography and Abigail Hobbs Photography.
With a passion for sustainable fashion and environmentally friendly living, Matilda has recently started a blog to share her journey. Expect sustainable living hacks, a whole lot of surfing and the occasional visit from French bulldog Hebe – Matilda is our one to watch.

 

Woman wearing white cotton tunic fairtrade clothingWoman wearing fairtrade ethical maxi dress on beach

 

Matilda wears the pleat detail shirt in white - image by Checkered Photography &

the split maxi dress - image by Abigail Hobbs Photography.
 

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