The Barnacle started preschool this week and I didn’t even have to pry her off me. She put her lunchbox in her cubby, sat down in circle time and kissed me goodbye. Apparently, I need to find her a new nickname.
Wanna know what else I need to find? A job.
Yes, my days of starting up are, apparently, over. There’s only so much my lovely and patient husband can endure, what with me closing my business to open the as-yet-profitless EcoStiletto, followed by this site, followed by a hundred other pie-in-the-eco-sky ideas of changing the world.
He’s tired of being the sole breadwinner. And with the-child-formerly-known-as-The-Barnacle in school, I have no real
excuse for not going out and earning some bread.
The timing couldn’t be better, what with the Obama Administration sinking $80 billion into clean energy—including new sustainable jobs. If there’s one thing I know, it’s green business. The question is how to put that knowledge to work and get a paycheck,
I so covet this vegan upcycled $60 bike tire bag! Not only is it one of the best examples of "reduce, reuse, recycle"
I've come across in ages, but that rosette is just so damn cute it kills
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