What happened to Mom Goes Green???

Kuk famFirst of all, I haven’t given up the mission… contrary to how it seems, I am not buried underneath an unforgiving pile of recycleables, I didn’t trip on a barrel of distilled white vinegar and inflict an ongoing bout of amnesia on myself, nor have I decided to give up my title of Mom Goes Green.  I did, however, decide that I needed just a bit more of a break.

Maybe it was my spring trip to the ER that made me decide I needed to take some more “me time”. Perhaps it was also a tad of sadness before sending my kids back to school and wanting to make the most of our last weeks of summer.  Or maybe (quite possibly) it was because I have never taken a break over the three+ years of writing this blog… all of that made me say to myself: “Self, you NEED to take a real break!”

So, I did.  I will now (and I do mean it this time!) be back to my regular posting. I’m sure each of you can relate to the need for giving yourself some simple time… thank you for sticking around for my return!

xoxo, Mom Goes Green

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5 thoughts on “What happened to Mom Goes Green???

  1. Welcome back my good greenie buddy! Missed you!! 😀 I am so happy you had a nice vacay – we all need those! Good for you! xo Lynn (aka funtastically green, formerly smilinggreenmom) Chat with you soon!

  2. ii was just starting to miss your blog and now you are already back. Maybe some of us needed a break, too.

  3. U hav every right in the world to take care of u. I am a firm believer in the fact that u cant put good energy out in the world unless your tired soul knows rest.

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