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Refocus on the Blog Front...

Saturday, April 09, 2011

I've been thinking about how I can better use this space to share my journey along the way. I want to vent and whine, sure, if I need to, but mostly I want to be motivator. I always want my words to mean something. I've made a career out of being helpful, and I don't feel like I'm doing that enough here.

So, starting this weekend, I will be re-branding this blog, if you will, to choronicle my family's journey to a more sustainable, healthy lifestyle. The focus will be on gardening and how it pertains to a more healthy life, and you'll get to hear and see pictures about the community garden that I'm involved in. Teaching and writing about gardening is my profession so it makes sense that I would focus there. I'll share tips, advice, introduce different varieties and techniques. Please feel free to ask any questions and comment away. I hope it will be motivating and something worth reading.
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  • KARENE10
    Sounds good to me!
    3451 days ago
    Look forward to reading the oncoming editions! Thank you!
    3453 days ago
    At first I thought your picture was a fork stuck into chocolate cake. LOL!!! I, too, have found passion and hope in gardening. This year my plans are more ambitious than ever. 14 varieties of melon and 16 varieties of tomatoes? Well, at least a few of them are bound to work out, right? Look forward to reading your tips.
    3454 days ago
    Sounds awesome! Good idea on refocusing...I tried to do that about a month ago and have since reverted to more whining, lol. emoticon
    3454 days ago
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    You are awesome Barb. I am so proud of you, your momma & daddy did a great job raising all of you. Love ya emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3454 days ago
    Sounds great!
    3454 days ago
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