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Alex loves to explore the outdoors, and finds peace and reflection within nature. This can be as simple as stepping out on the patio and staring at the forest. He is painfully aware of the slow and steady but consistent negative impacts the capitalist/industrialist economies are having on our planet. He feels that it doesn’t take a lot to lessen your footprint, and it’s possible to progress technology and science but stay green at the same time, it just takes awareness and an open mind to make change. He also firmly believes that it’s equally as important to take care of yourself and your loved ones by educating yourself on nutrients and whole plant foods. Browse some of the articles here on Earth’s Friends to get your Earth Friendly journey started.
Michelle is a hybrid car driver, a vegetarian, yoga fanatic and chemical hater. She enjoys spending time outdoors more than any other place and is most at home playing with her dogs or hiking in the mountains and combine the two for her heaven. She seeks ways every day to live a cleaner, more natural life and enjoys researching this subject in the work she does with EarthsFriends.com.
Amy Rose, Natural Baby & Parenting Expert
Mother of four boys and the wife of a minister in Georgia. Read, blog post by blog post, how she has learned, changed and grown during the many trials and tribulations of learning to raise a family of her own. Through smiles, tears and lots of laughter, she has learned that the path to successful child rearing is often the one that comes instinctively. And often the things derived from Mother Earth truly are best. The world is full of medical “miracles” but over time and lots of experience, this mom has discovered that raising a natural baby creates the most wonderful bonds and lessons for her children.
Jeff is an urban dwelling nature lover, who loves to explore the wilderness with his family and dog. Jeff believes in living as naturally as possible and consciously makes decisions that will have a minimal negative impact on the environment. By treating every living thing with peace and respect, he believes the world can be a stronger place.
Sadie is a vegetarian and an avid recycler who loves riding her bike and practicing yoga. She is passionate about the planet, conserving life’s precious resources and making the world a better place for generations to come. A big fan of up-cycling, Sadie loves yard sales and vintage stores to find new uses for old things. She loves to cook, clean and enjoy the many parks and outdoor spaces in DC where she currently resides with her husband.
One of Kimberly’s favorite things to do is cook. She is trying her best to be more conscious about the nutrients she puts into her body and enjoys trying new recipes. Being raised in Iowa, Kimberly grew up in the corn fields and helped her dad with the family garden. She enjoys brightening up her dishes with the food mother nature can provide and looks forward to starting a garden of her own some day.
Sally is a huge fan of fresh, organic food. One of her favorite hobbies is cooking with as many fresh herbs, spices and veggies as possible. And she’s devoted to her all-natural skin products and cosmetics. It’s saved her and her daughter from the curse of skin allergies. When she’s not writing and researching (and being a Mom), you can find Sally getting down to earth in her home garden.