We're so thrilled that our ranks continue to grow each month! Here are the new faces that joined us during the month of June!
Sarah vlogs about green living and sustainable lifestyles at Hubbub UK.
Sarah tells us three interesting things about herself:
"I once upon a time ran a sea themed drama school for kids (complete with pirate outfits) I make a mean veggie stew, and cats terrify me just a little bit!"
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Mia's blog, Mayday Glow, shares sustainable living solutions with a focus on natural beauty, better-than-storebought skincare DIYs, and ethical products from brands that Mia loves.
Just for fun, here are three quirky or interesting things about Mia, according to Mia!
1.) I constantly challenge myself to learn new skills. This past year, I've taught myself how to sew and code.
2.) This quirky thing is about my cat, Otis, named after Otis Redding. He meows along with all of his songs.
3) I'm obsessed with Shea Butter. I swear it cures all beauty woes.
Hanna blogs about ethical fashion, slow travel and a simple lifestyle at www.hannasplaces.com
Just for fun, here are three facts about Hanna, according to Hanna!
1.) I'm a travel and a coffee addict and often I plan my trips around the coffee shops I want to visit.
2.) I'm happiest on the road seeing new places or at home, reading a book.
3.) Connection with other people from all around the world is one of my favourite things about blogging.
Life of Mjau is focused on presenting sustainable solutions, tips and tricks that everyone can do to make their life greener
Just for fun, here are three facts about Kajsa, according to Kajsa!
1.) Once I flew to LA from Sweden to go on a date. We are still going strong, 3 years now!
2.) One of my life goals is to open a healing center/animal rescue in nicaragua.
3.) I lived in 10 different countries and half of them with my huge rescue pitbull mastif.
Mary's blog focuses on ethical and sustainable fashion and beauty.
Just for fun, here are three interesting things about Mary, according to Mary!
1.) I run a monthly, curated market for sustainable and handmade goods in my hometown of Harrisburg PA (I pretty much live in two cities right now). I started it right out of undergrad because I wanted to help local artisans have a more regular way of selling and promoting themselves and to give shoppers an accessible way to support the local economy and avoid big box stores.
2.) I'm currently pursuing my MA in political communication, and I hope to work for or with environmental and social justice groups once I graduate.
3.) I can ride a horse (pretty well, I rode since I was like 8) but I never learned how to ride a bike!
Ilaria's blog is just in the beginning stages, but she has a big goal: "to inform and teach to the Italians (and the rest of the World) how to change this consumer world through my experience. I am a slow fashion designer and I will mainly blog about ethical life style and slow fashion."
Just for fun, Ilaria tells us three quirky or interesting things about herself:
1.) (MY MOTTO) My favorite dress is my body: if it was for me I would go around naked. But, because this society imposes us to dress up, let's dress up decently and ethically, please!
2.) I am in love with Greece: I am so in love with Greece that I go there twice per year and I've included this covenant in "my pre-wedding agreement". And of, course, I've just got married in Crete.
3.) Right now I feel like a "paladin of justice": I want to fight for a more ethical world through the power of blogging! I am ready (even though I am born first as a fashion designer and then as a blogger).
The Red Girl Chronicles covers all things sustainable lifestyle, focusing on fashion, beauty and food. Giulia also talks about digital and web strategy tips.
Just for fun, here are three facts about Giulia, according to Giulia!
1.) I call myself The Red Girl Chronicles, but actually I'm blonde.
2.) My color eyes follows the weather, so sometimes they are green and sometimes they are grey.
3.) At the age of 4 I cut my hair very short by myself cause (my mum says) "Why only boys can have short hair? I am a girl and I can have them short too".
Hanna is the London-based blogger behind Flor and Cesta!
EIN: What do you primarily blog about?
Hanna: Flor & Cesta is a sustainable lifestyle platform for the conscious city dweller. I created Flor & Cesta to provide a space where like-minded individuals can find everything they need to become a sustainable city dweller. This platform is about making it simple for people. About giving people the tools to become a more conscious consumer, without a radical lifestyle change. The blog follows my journey to becoming a sustainable city dweller as I challenge big name brands on what sustainable really means and try to live reduce my impact across key areas - society, economics and environment. The key themes on the blog are; sustainable lifestyle, smart cities (how we can leverage tech in our cities to create better, more sustainable environments for ourselves), as well as providing product reviews on ethical brands.
EIN: Just for fun-tell us three quirky or interesting things about yourself or your life.
Hanna: 1) I am a self-confessed analytics geek and spend my days pouring over data to provide campaign insights for my marketing teams 2) I am a rock climber, a terrible one who falls off the wall a lot but a rock climber nevertheless 3) I live in a converted warehouse in east London with a 6ft 5 drag queen.
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Antonia runs Mochni.com, a platform that brings you resources on Sustainable Fashion, Wellness, Happiness, Clean Beauty, and Eco Travel.
Antonia writes; "MOCHNI.COM is my absolute dream job. It is so much joy to create new stories to inspire other people to live and consume more consciously. I am based in Hamburg, but I would love to work from L.A. during Winter time, one day."