Sustainable Living Blogs Linky Lists

Sustainable Suburbia Sustainable Living Blogs List screenshotI’ve been playing with the idea of setting up a Linky List of Sustainable/Simple/Slow/Self-Sufficient Living Blogs* for a while now. I haven’t seen such a list anywhere (although I’ve found short lists here and there that individual bloggers have published). I think the idea of community is essential to the sustainable lifestyle, and while ideally this will include some ‘in real life’ community, online community can be of huge value also.

It’s taken me a while to figure out just how to structure this list. What I’ve done, is created a bunch of Linky Lists with different specialities, all under this one Sustainability theme. SOLE food, homesteading, crafty hand made and so on. I thought about doing it by country or limiting it to Australia (I would also love a list of Australian blogs – maybe I should add an extra one for Southern Hemisphere?), but there are too many awesome Northern Hemisphere blogs to exclude them. I also thought about making it slightly more complicated, where each blog gets its own page which can be categorised as many times as you like (eg, Australian, SOLE food, urban homesteader, sustainable parenting), but that seemed too complicated and much work for me.

So Linky Lists it is.I have added a few blogs already, but if you find yourself there and a) you don’t want to be there or think you should be categorised differently (plenty of blogs will fit into more than one category), or b) you want a different picture or title, then please just add yourself they way you’d like to be, and send me a message and I’ll delete the original listing.

Please do go add yourself if you think your blog could fit into any of the categories below. I would also love it if you would promote (or at least mention) this on your own blog, to get the ball rolling!

Instructions

  • Please choose no more than two, or at most three categories, that you fit most comfortably under (one is also fine). You should only choose three, if you fit comfortably under one of the general topics (urban or out-of-town homesteaders or parent-blogger), but also focus closely on more than one of the specific categories. Some bloggers may fit a little into all these categories, but many have a particular focus to their blog – those are the ones that should be in those particular categories.
  • Type your name (if you like) and blog title into the title field – if you list yourself twice, please use the same title both times.
  • Join the Sustainable Blogs linky listsIn the usual Linky List ettiquete, please create a link back to the list page or the Sustainable Suburbia home page from your blog. Thanks. Feel free to use the button to the right, or just use a text link.
  • I’d also love it if you would promote this list in a post, so we can get as many bloggers represented here as possible.
  • If you have any suggestions for how this could work better, do please get in touch.

Categories

If you have a website that isn’t really a blog, but is a resource that you think should be here, add it under the last list. If there are a lot of them, I’ll start a separate ‘resources’ Linky List.

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*I could add in eco-friendly or green lifestyle, but they don’t start with S now do they?

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2 comments to Sustainable Living Blogs Linky Lists

  • Hey I think this is a great collection but I totally hashed up adding my blog. I just added it at the very end, bypassing the lovely categorization system you set up. Can you put me in Urban Homesteading and All About The Garden from your admin panel on Linky Tools? If not, can you delete me from “General” and I’ll re-submit myself in the right category?

    Thanks so much, if it’s not too much trouble I would adore a quick email letting me know at nwedible at gmail dot com since I don’t see a way to subscribe to comment threads.

    Thanks so much!

  • Excellent site. Plenty of helpful info here. I am sending it to several pals ans also sharing in delicious.
    And certainly, thank you on your sweat!

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