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5 Eco-Friendly Social Media Accounts You Can Follow Today!

Social Media has taken the world by storm for more than 10 years. From Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest down to Tumblr, Social Media is something that's unavoidable whether you love it or hate it. But not everything on Social Media is negative and It always depends on who YOU follow. 

More than likely your friends/followers list is full of family and friends (and maybe some cliche inspirational quotes you follow). I know it can get tiresome watching all your friends and family shoot 15 second videos of them at some club or showing off what they just ate for brunch, which is why I personally decided to follow social media accounts that really resonate with me. Accounts that occasionally keep me away from the 'norm' and really have value in my eyes.

So, I gathered up my 5 favorite Eco-friendly social media accounts that you can follow today just to spice up your account a bit:

1. Easy Eco Tips

Want to go green? Not sure how, or where and what to do to start?

We have an fun page you can follow! Easy Eco Tips lets you in on what can be done and what has been done. This account is fun and informative. Giving you factorial 'did you knows?' - making extremely easy to make daily eco-friendly changes in your life. Their posts provide links, news, places and other economical friendly pages you can follow and learn from. Easy Eco tips gives you the good and the bad... world wide. For instance look at these favorable cool tips...

2. Rechusable

Choose to reuse 

This instagram account is showing us our daily consumption uses of plastic and giving us the choice to reuse. Just like us, they are not asking for perfection but just showing us how when we make just small efforts and change the greater good in the outcome which we put out into the world. They provide sustainable products for a waste-free future. All of their posts give us insights on how little we know about single use products consuming our planet/home, as well as how much damage and waste goes into our oceans affecting all animals. They offer tips on how we can reuse a single use item at home and give it a new purpose. Follow Rechusable and be more aware of plastic uses. 

3. ZeroWasteStore

Want to make more natural and waste free purchases and not sure where to start?

Well start here! the Zero Waste Store offers and introduces us to wonderful waste free product that we all indeed need and use everyday. From vegan hand soap, dish washing soap, to natural and organic deodorant, even pet products that are waste free and natural free, I mean have you ever wonder how much longer it takes for your plastic poop scoop bag to break down when it is contained in non-compostable plastic bags? Where it'll most likely end up, in a landfill due to the lack of oxygen which some never breakdown. The Zero Waste Store offers plant based poop scoop bags, and eco-friendly poop scoop bags that rid you of those guilty feelings you probably have since using a single use plastic bags seems more convenient. Well enough about poop matters, they also offer shampoobars, conditioner bars and body bars - all made of natural delicious ingredients. I can go on and on about their marvelous waste free products but how about you just go and check them out for yourself ;)!

 

4. Greenpeace

EARTH has a voice!

Now this account gives our planet an international voice. Giving you real photos and real people from all over the world standing up and making an impact to saving our home. Greenpeace gives us raw information and footage of what is really going on, how we hurt the planet unconscionably. It's the voice the earth has been longing for and it's all on this account -- the real news that's not on your daily Instagram feed or live TV. Just by following this account you can participate and take action in being the change.

 

 

 

 5. Old World New | Addie's Sustainable Life + Style Blog

Make it a LIFESTYLE!

Last but not least here is this great Pinterest account you can pin! Addie's blog is purely amazing. She offers not only sustainable life tips, but on sustainable fashion as well. She provides eco-friendly checklists to making a difference all around your home, from the laundry room, bathroom, bedroom to even just your own personal hygiene. Her boards are so well organized she's making it easy to read upon, from anything from food, travel, life hacks & DYI projects, to even natural parenting. You can keep up with her anywhere from Facebook to Instagram. Check her out today! (I've provided two links one to her Pinterest account and one to her blog.)

 

 


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