In a recent post, I hinted that the winds of change are blowing for The Brass Paperclip Project. I've been having a hard time deciding what I want to be when I grow up, so I've decided to take some time away from my design business to focus on my family, work on new projects, reorganize my blog and hopefully start some conversations about what it means to be "green" in this day and age. (Photo via Pinterest)
Going forward, I'm excited to be broadening the scope of my posts to include, not just green weddings, but all facets of living green in the modern world. Living a stylish, sustainable lifestyle is challenging, rewarding, and I'm finding...endlessly fascinating to most people. I certainly get my share of eye rolls when I talk about my obsession with conservation and reducing waste, but more often than not, I find that people are really curious about what I'm doing and how I got to this point.
You can still expect some posts about weddings, but you can also look forward to more posts about earth-friendly food, parties, travel, gardening, fashion, crafts, art and anything else that catches my attention. I hope that by sharing my stories and experiences that you will be inspired to try something new, delve further into a topic that interests you or share what you learn with others. I hope you'll visit often to see what I'm up to and share your own thoughts about modern sustainability.
In the meantime, here is a great video from Daily Candy featuring British singer Eliza Doolittle performing her song Moneybox...it's a cool little song about basically, doing more with less...a good motto to live by, don't you think? XOXO, Cindi