Spring (Blog) Cleaning

Written by Denise Deby.

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Here’s something I don’t say often enough: thank you for being a part of Green Living Ottawa.

I’m thinking of giving the blog a bit of a “spring cleaning.” No big changes, just an updated look to make the blog more readable and accessible from a range of devices. The content will remain. Do let me know if you have any thoughts on this.

If you haven’t already, you can subscribe to Green Living Ottawa under “Follow Blog via Email” at the top of the right hand side of the Home page.

If you’re a long-time subscriber, you might want to update your subscription under “Follow Blog via Email.” (If you subscribed using the old feedburner link, the subject line of the posts you receive by email is always “Green Living Ottawa,” but when you use the “Follow” link on the right, you’ll receive messages that show each post title in the subject line, so you’ll know at a glance what the topic is. You’ll receive posts without any delay, too.)

You can also connect with Green Living Ottawa on Facebook, Twitter and now Instagram. I’m looking forward to (re)connecting with you!




2 thoughts on “Spring (Blog) Cleaning

  • Thanks for what you do. I will adjust my subscription settings and look forward to exploring the new place with different devices. I have found your posts about community events helpful – yet they could provide a little more heads-up on some that will happen on weekends. Thanks again!

    • Thanks–I really appreciate all your comments. Will try to get posts up farther in advance of events–it’s a work in progress! Glad we’ve connected on Twitter, too.

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