10 Inspiring Frugally Sustainable Accounts You Need to Follow

10 Inspiring Frugally Sustainable Accounts You Need to Follow

Frugal living has become a wholesome buzzword. However, a lot of people associate frugal living with being cheap, and I am here to tell you that it isn’t true.

It is about being resourceful and intentional with the money you earn and have. Plus it helps the environment and supports sustainable living. Win for you and me, win for the planet!

So if you are ready to pick up your freen game and oin the green frugal living revolution, get inspired by these accounts I personally LOVE!

@going.zero.waste

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Kathryn Kellogg promotes eco-friendly and frugal living that chooses planet over perfection

Kathryn Kellogg promotes eco-friendly and frugal living that chooses planet over perfection.

@wasteless.at

Agnes and Mike started her zero waste living journey since 2018, definitely one to peek at!

 @plantyou

Carleigh Bodrug’s creativity in the kitchen with scrappy low waste recipes has made her NY Times bestselling cookbook author. Drool-guaranteed!

 @maxlamanna

Delivering easy, delicious, plant-based recipes with minimal to zero waste!

@venetialamanna

 

Partner in crime to Max La Manna, Venetia La Manna brings awareness to the world the back scene of fast fashion.

@plasticfreemermaid

 

Kathryn Nelson is the ultimate real-life mermaid, mama, environmental conservation activist, and so much more. A must follow!

@_spicymoustache_

 

Learn how Alessandro is embracing his way of growing food, foraging and home cooking.

@theconvenientgreen

 

If you live in the city and trying to find your simple, low waste city living, Morgan is your gal! Her trips and tricks are convenient and attainable.

@livingrichwithcoupons

 

Cindy & Megan are budget conscious and deal loving ladies, helping you save money one post at a time!

@mavisbutterfield

 

Keen to learn how backyard gardening could cut your grocery budget down, keep nourishing food on the budget, then Mavis from One Hundred Dollars a Month is a must follow. She is passionate about food, canning, crafts and frugal garden habits.

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