It’s been over two years since I first started Everyday Green. My hope was to show people that being green doesn't have to be difficult or expensive. I wasn't trying to save the world, but I thought I could make my tiny part of it a little bit better. I could help people save money or show them how to avoid harmful chemicals in their food and personal care products. Maybe I could even open their eyes to some of the great joys nature has to offer.
Over the past two years I shared everything I knew about being green. What I didn’t know, I researched with only the most reputable of sources such as the Environmental Working Group, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Environmental Defense Fund, and the U.S. Green Building Council.
Everyday Green offers many helpful tidbits as well as several in-depth guides to greening up all aspects of your life. And I feel, at this point, there is little more I can add to what is already available on the site.
So while I’ll be happy to share any new information I learn with you via Facebook, I will no longer be posting new items on Everyday Green. The site will remain and I hope you use it as a resource to help you live a greener, healthier life.
Thank you for your support these past two years. It’s been a wonderful journey!
All the best,