October 23, 2011 (11:52 am)

Moving Back To Kristen’s Raw Blog

by Kristen Suzanne

As many of you know, I’m trying to navigate mommy-hood while running my business. It’s not easy. It’s not that fun (stress sucks). And, I’m still trying to figure it out. The time I dedicate to work is so haphazard that’s it’s a wonder I can even put more than three sentences together. And, writing something really meaningful? Forget it.

That’s okay, though. Although I get a lot out of working, my real focus is Kamea and my family. I don’t have to pick one totally over the other, but I do need to find better ways to fit it all in. So, I’m streamlining. Doing this means less fragmentation for my mind, more peace for my soul, and being a better mommy and wife.

What does this mean for my workload? It means that I’m keeping my Green Mommy Blog up, but I won’t be posting here (at least not for now). I’m going to post all things green, mommy, and food related over on my Kristen’s Raw Blog. It’s all related anyway, right? Maintaining one blog will (hopefully) help in more ways than one. See you over there! :)

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  • Bittofraw

    good for you, making priorities! i read both anyhow so it’s easier to have it in one location.

  • http://GreenMommyBlog.com/ Kristen Suzanne

    Thank you :)

  • http://hergreenlife.wordpress.com/ Melissa @ HerGreenLife

    I also struggled with the question of starting a second blog for green baby/mommy-related posts, but also decided it would be too hard to maintain two sites at this point.  And my new little guy is a huge part of my life, so separating the two didn’t make sense anyway!

  • http://GreenMommyBlog.com/ Kristen Suzanne

    I think people following a healthy lifestyle will appreciate the green living posts. :)

  • Bryant Avery Alexander

    Congratulations on streamlining! It will all work out beautifully. :)  

  • Mccallum Sara

    Thanks for keeping it up still!! Its a good reference for us mamas :)

  • http://GreenMommyBlog.com/ Kristen Suzanne

    :)

  • Shamima

    I think streamlining the 2 is a great idea. The greenmommyblog has given me great ideas and inspiration. Thank you for continuing to share this with us.

  • K&M

    I haven’t been here in a while… but, had to tell you about this great vegetable book that was read to my 16 month old at the library. It’s “Rah, Rah, Radishes” by April Pulley Sayre… http://www.amazon.com/Rah-Radishes-Vegetable-Chant/dp/144242141X  Definitely a fun one, IMHO.

  • http://GreenMommyBlog.com/ Kristen Suzanne

    That looks really cute. Thx!

  • Saltlampsnow

    Has anyone tried using Himalayan salt to cook with ??  Its a purest salt on earth no preservatives or anything. The way it comes from the earth is the way it goes in your body. 

  • http://GreenMommyBlog.com/ Kristen Suzanne

    All the time :)