(PRWEB) August 31, 2012
The theme of the week at GoGreen.org is shifting spotlights to stay-at-home parents and work at home parents. The truth is that the vast majority of families with a stay-at-home parent or with work at home parents tends to find the majority of their time is utilized with taking care of the family. In a recent discussion with green living consultant and content manager Megan Coogle, the topic of green living while staying at home was fresh in everyone's mind. This shifting spotlights was partially regarded to questions received from GoGreen.org readers, Facebook followers and Twitter followers.
" We had an open call featured a few weeks ago and since an open call we perceived e-mails from businesses, work at home entrepreneurs and work at home parents. Within this "we also received a large number of questions and suggestions for upcoming articles. Overwhelmingly we received questions regarding diet and nutrition as well as how to maintain a green living environments while staying at home. This may seem like a no-brainer but in fact when you are a work at home parents, which I am, you find yourself adjusting certain aspects of your life. These changes sometimes result in an inadvertent green choice while other changes would limit your green options or have you forgetting about green living altogether. Being a green living consultant and stay-at-home freelancer I can totally understand where our readers are coming from. This spotlight focuses on staying green while staying at home and is specifically designed to give stay-at-home families, work-at-home families and stay-at-home single parents ways that they can maintain green living while maintaining the busy lifestyle that is often lived by stay-at-home families and individuals."
Ms. Coogle also went on to discuss how the face of staying at home and being a stay-at-home parent has changed. She recalled that just a short time ago, within the last decade, a stay-at-home parent was often consumed with maintaining the family and the family schedule. She stated that now this is not the case. “We are a busy lifestyle that runs almost our entire lives on the schedule. If we are not running to appointments, meetings, appointments for the kids,appointments for the spouse or other daily activities we are at home online trying to order things that we did not or could not get locally and trying to maintain the at-home daily schedule as well. It's a busy time and green living is sometimes forgotten."
The content shift as well as the video shift will focus on ways that someone with a busy lifestyle can go green at home. There will also be focus on ways that families can cut costs while still going green at home and providing the daily lifestyle their families become accustomed to. The articles will begin during the week of August 29, 2012 and will continue into the following week. Some of these articles may discuss topics with in the GoGreen.org blog and with the new expansion focus of diets, health and green living nutrition.