I hate to state the completely obvious, but you may have noticed that things have been slow down around for the past — ummm — year or so. I promise that I’m not giving up on blogging. It’s just that after blogging about green decorating for so long, in the way that I’ve been blogging, I’ve sort of run out of new products to talk about. OK…that’s not quite true. There are still products to blog about, but not enough to warrant the kind of frequency with which I posted in the first few years of Green Your Decor.
This has led to an evolution of sorts. The change isn’t complete at all, but instead of focusing so much on green products, I plan to do more posting about projects I’m actually doing. Like making over my daughter’s room (and all the tiny details I’m procrastinating about 🙂 That’s not to say I won’t blog about cool green products. I absolutely will, when I find some worth blogging about. But you can expect to see a lot more of ME, showing you what I’m doing at home, talking about some of the green habit I’m sadly not as adamant about these days, projects I’m tackling, etc.
My point is that the green will live on, albeit in a slightly different form. I found myself with a little blogger burnout, and I had to figure out a way to overcome that. I will still blog about all things green and beautiful for your home, but hopefully, I’ll be blogging equally about practical uses for those things I talk about, as well as DIY projects you can all attempt, too. After all, what’s greener than doing it yourself, right? I don’t want to blog just for blogging’s sake, or to meet some imaginary quota I made up in my head. I want to offer more quality content that you can apply to your own lives.
There’s also the little matter that I’ve been up to my eyeballs in graphic design projects, so those have taken up a huge chunk of my time as well. Suffice it to say I’ve been a busy lady. And I’ve been tired. 🙂
So forgive me if posts are fewer and further between. I still love all things eco-friendly, and I still love blogging. I may do a little less of it, but I’m not going anywhere, in case you were wondering 🙂
P.S. And for those of you who have asked about my daughter, she is doing exceptionally well. She is still in remission and positively thriving. She’s in first grade this year, and we’re super proud that she’s been advanced to a second grade reading level. She’s still in treatment, and will be for a while, but she’s really doing well. We couldn’t ask for a better outcome from a scary situation.