Monday, May 5, 2008

hiatus and recombination

Astute observers will notice I haven't updated this blog since December...make that November. Couple of reasons: the homesteading-specific research project ended, and I got so busy with school, etc. that I wasn't even updating my primary blog much, let alone this one. So I have decided that I will be abandoning this blog in favor of the other, but that doesn't mean I won't be posting homesteading-related things from time to time. It just means that it'll be mixed in with all the rest of my absurd yet delightful-to-me life posts over at the second long rise.

Of recent note is a series of posts I wrote on my newest beauty practices - deodorant free, more-or-less chemical free, and happy happy alternative skin and hair care. So if there are any loyal readers left out there, head on over and check it out!

As a consolation prize for the demise of this blog, I offer a parting gift. Here's a fun little game/quiz from American Public Media that you can do to figure out how many earths your lifestyle would require if everyone on the planet were to live like you do:

1 comment:

luis said...

Very interesting.

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