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Hey:) I write for the Moms Living Green section at Moms In A Blog and I am looking to connect with other "green" moms to do some mom-interviews:)

Here is one I did last week, to give you an idea: http://momsinablog.com/moms-lifestyles/moms-living-green/marlo-boux...

Message me if you are interested in being featured.

Crystal

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Hi Crystal!

I think this is a great idea!! I would love to be featured as I am also a "green" mom who always strives to find healthy, natural alternatives for my household.
I think this is very interested -- I think that it is great to spread the word about being green and as the homeschooling parent of five (soon to be six) we have made several family challenges to go green! I will not bore you with all the details but if you are interested, let me know! My oldest children (ages: 13, 11, and 7) also have great outlooks on going green!

Hi Crystal - I am a GREEN MOM -  in fact, I write a monthly Magazine called EYE ON GREEN.  It features, green merchants that include myself in the beauty,cosmetic and skincare area. I write news for Moms, daughters and all that need to know about green merchants that are doing green good for women and generations to come.

see it here: http://www.terryseyeongreenmag.blogspot.com

If you have time to feature me, I would appreciate it..If not, enjoy EYE ON GREEN MAGAZINE Dec issue.

January will launch very soon!
Blessings

Terry Ruvo

EYE ON GREEN MAGAZINE

EYE ON BEAUTY
http://www.eyeonbeauty.info

pretty and paraben free beauty!

Publisher/owner

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