Hello friends. First a little piece of news: we have decided to end Your Green Resource as a regular weekly link-up. It has had a fun season of green goodness, but the time has come to bid adieu. There are a ton of link-ups out there for you to enjoy, and we all feel that we’d like to pursue other projects with our individual blogs.
I want to say thanks to my co-hosts, and to you all for reading and linking up each week. This will be the last Your Green Resource link-up, so go ahead and go crazy with the linkage, ok? Let’s go out with a bang, shall we? Link up as many posts as you want – this and all previous YGR posts on all of our blogs will remain in the archives for anyone who wants to browse!
This isn’t the last you’ll see of the Your Green Resource Bloggers! Our popular Pinterest board will continue. We will be pinning content from our own blogs and other helpful green posts we find across the web. Plus, some of the hosts hope to collaborate together on things like a blog series, giveaways, eBooks, and more. I am honestly not sure yet what my own role might be, but I am giving myself a bit of a bloggy breather right now after moving and starting a new work-at-home part-time job last month.
Here is some exciting news:
A number of the Your Green Resource hosts, along with a few other health-focused bloggers, will be starting a new podcast all about natural living! If you want to stay in the loop and find out when the podcasts begin as well as what else we have planned, sign up for the newsletter below and you won’t miss a thing.
Now it’s your chance to share all your green ideas, resources and solutions with ALL of our readers!
Each week, the hostesses each choose a favorite post from the week’s links and pin it to our Your Green Resource Pinterest board! This is our last link-up, but we will still choose a post to pin.
The post I chose to pin last week was: “If it’s Dietarily Insignificant, Then Why Bother” – a great discussion about those sneaky “minor” ingredients in food items that may be compromising your health, from the blog Don’t Waste the Crumbs.
Now it’s your turn to share your green living posts with us! Link up your post (not your homepage), old or new, on any of the following topics:
* Real Food Recipes
* Repurposed Projects
* Upcycled Projects
* Organic Gardening Tips
* DIY Natural or Green
* Thrifty Solutions
Thank you so much for being part of the Your Green Resource community. I’m looking forward to seeing what you’ve got to share this week
Don’t forget to link back to one of the hostess so we can all find these great green resources!
Please link to your post, not your homepage.
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