What’s In A Blog?

Nowadays, there’s a blog out there for just about every area of interest — and eco blogs are becoming quite the trend. Here are 4 eco-savvy blogs that will keep you in tune with Mother Nature and tuned out from wasteful living.
Text by Cecilia Dubon Slesnick | May 18, 2018 | Lifestyle

David “Avocado” Wolfe is the rock star of the longevity and super-foods universe. If you own a NutriBullet, then you’ve probably seen this guy on an infomercial or two on TV because he’s the official celebrity endorser for it. His website is also home to a blog that dishes out eco-friendly tips and the latest and greatest news about health and nutrition from around the world;

For the past couple of years, the Frost Science Museum has been working on MUVE (Museum Volunteers For The Environment), a program that recruits citizen scientists to help with coastal planting, cleanups and other eco-conscious activities. Volunteers and readers can stay up-to-speed on their latest environmental projects via their website;

Raising money and awareness to restore the Florida Everglades, Everglades Foundation has an active, informative blog that keeps its readers in-the-know and on-the-go about all things “River Of Grass”. From historical tidbits to legislation updates and upcoming events info, this local eco-blog is a must-follow all year long;

Heather is a very special “Mommypotamus” who takes the health and wellbeing of her family to extreme heart. Her extensive research spans from beauty and nutrition to exercise and home. But you don’t have to be a mommy to enjoy this blog — you’re sure to learn something regardless of how many dependents you listed on your latest tax return;