Sometimes at night I lie awake and think about my blog- about how much I enjoy writing and how much I miss working on it. But I'm a perfectionist. I don't come back because I don't have time to post everyday, or to post lots of lavish photographs and amazing recipes.
Having my 4th child, going wheat-free on top of dairy-free, and moving 2 times in 1 year really KICKED MY BUTT. I have to prioritize. I can't attachment parent, night nurse, and make 90% of our food, plus homeschool and volunteer, AND record it all on an amazing blog. No siree. Superwoman has left the building.
But today I had an idea to get myself blogging again with a little regularity.
I love food; I love organics; I love all things green.
But you know what I hate?
Spending money on nifty 'green' or 'organic' items only to hate, hate, hate them. I can only assume, dear reader, that you, too, lust and obsess over x item you LOVE and DESIRE, only once you possess it, you are disgusted no one told you X, Y, and Z. And had you known said xyz, never would you have parted with your own "green" for it.
It's the same line of reasoning that I go for when I read only the 1 and 2 star reviews when I'm shopping- anybody can "love" something, but I'd rather know what people hate and decide if I can live with the drawbacks.
So once or twice a week I'm going to review green things I hate.
Water bottles, supplements, organic baby items, cloth diapers, etc.
If it's green and I hate it, you're gonna hear about it.
"Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing."