EarthyB.com is a sustainable living blog for conscious consumers. I write about sustainable products and services that are better for our health, economy, and planet.
A sustainable living blog
As a sustainable living blogger, I document my own journey as I discover sustainable and circular economy products and services. I'm constantly looking for the Ginger Rogers of green stuff. Everything has to dance backward in high heels. Sustainable products and services have to be better than what's already available and be better for the planet. Because we don’t need more stuff. We need the stuff to be better. And we need to know what to do with it when we're done with it so it doesn't turn into waste and pollution.
I believe sustainable living needs to be simple, beautiful, and possible for anyone. I cover my thoughts on sustainable living and the most essential sustainable policies in The simple sustainable living action guide. But I also love sustainable products!
I believe we need a circular economy. A place where we keep natural resources inside the economy rather than throwing them away. A few of the circular economy topics I cover include circular fashion, regenerative agriculture, and circular design products.
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I'm a sustainable living blogger, mom, and California-girl born in Sweden. I have two kids and two dogs and I'm married to my best friend. We live in the San Francisco Bay Area. I love writing and managing this sustainable living blog and helping conscious consumers find sustainable brands.
As a LEED Green Associate, I do my best to explain how sustainable home improvements can make our homes more energy-efficient, reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, and make us more resilient. I'm also an ISSP Sustainability Associate committed to explaining the biggest environmental problems and solutions of today. I have a certificate in circular economy, and a Bachor of Arts from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. Go Sun Devils!
I'll continue writing as long as you keep reading and sharing my work. A giant thank you to all of you for following my journey.
Rebecca B. Kimber