I’ll admit that I haven’t been posting nearly as much as I normally do. But no worries… I haven’t jumped the “green” ship!
I did, however, realize that I’ve shared a lot of great information with this blog. Nearly 500 posts in the last (almost) four years, in fact. Sometimes it starts to sound a little repetitive though…
So, with that, I want to remind everyone to please take advantage of those little “Search” or “Categories” features in my sidebar. Over time, I’ve written about so many topics and created categories for just about anything I wanted to discuss… and, hopefully, everything you’ll be interested in! Give it a try, because there may be plenty of things you’ve missed along the way.
I also have an extra little project that I’ve been working on and I’ll be sharing that with you soon.
In the meanwhile, THANK YOU for reading Mom Goes Green! If I’ve shared just one thing with you, that you found helpful, I feel like I’m doing my “job” and I’m making a difference.
So, again… thank you, keep reading, have a great Earth Day and there will be more news to come!
Stay green! xoxo, Mom Goes Green
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