Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
I would be interested in being a featured Green Mom. I am a very 'new' mom, my baby is 1 month old, but this is the best age to start on making kids environmentally conscious! Check out my blog if you want to know more about me... http://ecobabyz.blogspot.com
I just saw your post looking for green moms to interview. I'm also a Canadian (from the centre of the universe - Toronto!). I try to live my green best. I have also written several freelance articles for magazines on green living (Alive magazine).
Hey Crystal - I tried to send you an email earlier this week, but it came back to me. I just wanted to let you know that I'm still not able to imput my info on the site so that I can get started. I'm assuming its just because on your end you need to add my name under the "Manage" section so that I can imput my info. Tracy told me to go ahead and start posting a little while ago, but I stopped because it didn't even show me as the author of my posts when they went live. Thanks much.
Hi! I wasn't sure how to message you! Still a bit knew :). Anyway, just wondered if you were still looking for "green" moms to interview on your site. If so, I'd be interested. My blog is http://www.babygetgreen.blogspot.com. I focus on things that are simple, cheap, and green. I also started writing at http://www.blog.mom4life.com as a guest poster once a week or so.
I checked out your blog today--what a wealth of information! Since I blog about food, I was drawn to your entry on Yoplait Kids Yogurt. I think that's the only one we haven't tried yet--I can't wait to give it go!
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