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Why It’s Okay to be Your Own Unique Shade of Green

How green are you?  I’d love to include your response in this short survey that aims to cover all shades of green!  When I started this blog, I was mindful to not use the term “green” in the title for fear of alienating too many mainstream folks.  I named the blog, instead, for my grandmother […]

Continue Reading By on July 20, 2015 in blogging, conference, conscious consumerism, education, organic, wellness, work-life balance

Hundreds Gather for Build Your Blog Conference in Utah Hosted by Six Sisters’ Stuff

*The following is a sponsored post for Stonyfield Organic. They may already be starlets of the blogging world and pitching their own sizzle reel to cable networks, but the real-life Adamson sisters took time during their recent conference to chat and take pictures with the rest of us aspiring bloggers.  Creators of the Six Sisters’ […]

Continue Reading By on February 10, 2014 in babies, baby, blogging, conference, food, organic, social media, Uncategorized, Yo-Getters, yogurt

Heading to Build Your Blog Conference Thanks to Stonyfield

*The following is a sponsored post for Stonyfield Organic. Parenting, blogging and balancing it all are often powered at this house by great tasting Stonyfield Greek! Stonyfield’s “You Gotta Try This” theme was perfect for sharing their scrumptious  flavors with my friends recently after our karate class.  Now, Stonyfield insists that I try the next step […]

Continue Reading By on February 5, 2014 in conference, food, organic, Yo-Getters, yogurt

Advice from My Daughters on Attending My First BlogHer Conference

My daughters understand exactly why I would create my own custom tote to take along to my first BlogHer conference. They know I’m a bit old-fashioned and that I often value handcrafted items above anything we could find at the store. What’s really special is what’s inside:  old-fashioned school pictures and folded up artwork for […]

Continue Reading By on July 24, 2013 in BlogHer, children, conference, motherhood, parenting