Thanks for all your helpful comments on yesterday's organic grocery shopping post. I'll answer some FAQs and give some of my own comments in the next post on the topic later this week. It's great to get all this input, and we're certainly learning a lot through the whole process.
I wanted to pass along some links that a couple of you thought would be helpful in discussion:
- Katie shared an eBook she came across in her reader about Eating Organic on a Budget
- Ellie shared the recent NY Times article "Has 'Organic' Been Oversized?"
- Lori revealed that "The movie The Corporation scared [her] into believing that, even with its atrocious price, organic milk is the superior choice."
- Rhiannon passed along the trailer to Food Inc., which covers organic farming and many of the issues brought up in the NY Times article
I started as the Daily Deals Editor at Wise Bread last week, and I couldn't be happier.
If you aren't familiar with the site, you should definitely check it out. It's all about "living large on a small budget." Frugal living at its best . . . which couldn't be nearer or dearer to my heart these days.
Anyway, I post deals and steals Monday through Friday under the "Best Deals" section. There's a Twitter and Facebook page, if you'd rather follow that way. I've been doing my best to find some good stuff, but if you have any suggestions for areas where you'd like to see deals (clothes, travel, athletic gear, etc.) -- let me know!
Thankfully Stephen is home for the summer, so he's been watching Ada while I do my work in the mornings. Helping me get in a good rhythm. Yeah. We've developed quite a good routine, and it's getting easier each day! I need to do a better job of separating work and home, though.
Do any of you work from home? How do you keep everything organized and separate? I could sure use some help!
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