FREE GUIDE

How to go green on a budget

5 secrets of affordable sustainable living (and staying motivated)


This FREE guide will help you get from feeling overwhelmed and guilty to feeling PROUD about your lifestyle.

Kickstart your sustainable journey TODAY.

This is for you if:


✔️ You want to reduce your impact on the environment but aren't sure where to start

✔️ You've already made some positive changes to your lifestyle but aren't sure what to do next

✔️ You want to live a greener life but feel like you don't have enough money, time or energy

✔️ You want to stop feeling overwhelmed by the challenge of living more sustainably

✔️ You're tired of feeling guilty about all the things that you're not able to do (yet!)

Created by

Steph Mullen, eco-blogger and green living coach at Striving for Simple

Hi, I’m Steph and I’m on a mission to help environmentally conscious people, like you, achieve a more sustainable, eco-friendly lifestyle.

I've spent the last few years carving out a greener life for me and my family. Let me tell you, it's not been plain sailing - I've had set-backs, failed experiments and times when I felt so overwhelmed by it all that I felt like giving up. Then I figured out how to stay motivated and keep moving forward. 

Now I’ve stopped comparing my lifestyle to others’ and feeling guilty about what I’m not able to do. I know which aspects of sustainability are most important to me and how to prioritise where I spend my time, money and energy. 

That way, I don’t feel like it’s a hassle or unaffordable. I do what I can, right now, to make a difference in the world. That makes me feel so proud and happy. I want that for you too!

Download my free guide to going green on a budget and let's kickstart your sustainable journey today.

"This guide is great!

I've been doing quite a lot to reduce my impact for years now and thought I'd hit a cost/practicality barrier (i.e. can't afford solar panels, don't have a garden for growing veg, etc) but the guide really helped me to realise what's most important to me personally and what I can realistically do."

Emily Forster