Monday, January 5, 2009

My Blogging Schedule: Back on Track for 2009

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Happy New Year to you all and welcome again to Organic Journey Online. Although the holidays are a joyful time, I am ready to have my life calm down again and get more structure in my days. Likewise, my blogging schedule fell by the wayside during the holidays, while I turned my thoughts to organic holiday cooking and green gifting. That was fun while it lasted, but 2009 is here and I'm happy to be back on track with my schedule. Here's how a typical week will look:
Miscellaneous Mondays: Miscellaneous green and organic topics

Tuesday Tips: Organic food tips, ranging from shopping and sourcing to cooking and eating.

Woofing Wednesday: I'll share a photo of one or more of my dogs and then a new website find that will be a resource for you on some area of green or organic information, products or services.

Thursday's Green Tip Toe: The name says it all. Thursday's posts will be tips on living more green, generally designed to take 10 to 15 minutes or so to implement.

Food Fridays: Yup! You guessed it. Fridays I will write about organic and all-natural foods--sources, shopping, food genres, menus, recipes, cooking--and let's not forget the most important part--eating it!

One very important part of the blog, however, is not the post, but your comments. Ideas from readers will help to fuel a dialogue which would be a lot of fun for me to respond to, and create a more dynamic atmosphere here.

For other news on upcoming posts, scroll to the bottom and you'll see what some of my upcoming post topics will be. I'm going to have some fun this month, jumping all over the map with topics.
In addition to my own blog, I also am a guest writer on two others, as well as a Yahoo group. These are Blake Bakes, Busy Mom's Recipes, and the Busy Mom's Tips Group at Yaho. These are all good resources for more cooking info. heck them out when you're cruising on the Internet.
I hope you'll join in the fun tomorrow, when I talk just a little about Winter fruits and vegetables. See you then.

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