Green

Kristi Corley, Editor in Chief

photo courtesy twenty3moments photoart

It’s actually one of the ONLY colors I claim as a favorite. I prefer neutrals … mainly because I know they are tried and true — non “fad” colors.

I’m not naturally a crunchy organic gal, but recently I’ve decided to do a little bit of Spring Cleaning within my body. In fact, I’ve talked my whole family into doing it with me! It’s not just a diet, but rather a purification process to get rid of the toxins within our bodies. It’s gonna be a challenge, that’s for sure. Anyone who knows me and my espresso fixes in the morning will attest that this won’t be a walk in the park. But I’m looking forward to it. I’ve been feeling blah-ish lately, and I think this is exactly what is needed!

Well, it’s that time of year when we give special attention to green products, green foods, green ideas, and the fresh start of Spring.  The topics are endless when it comes to “going green”. Sometimes organic or natural choices can strike a nerve within people who are passionately for or against a certain methodology.  e articles within this issue are not meant to take one side over another. We have tried our best to present articles from a variety of perspectives. I hope you enjoy this green issue, it de nitely inspired me to go a little green myself.

Kristi Corley
editor in chief
kristi@babyourself.com

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