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Welcome to the NEW – O’Boy! Organic Website

 

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I am beyond excited and a bit nervous too.  I’ve been wanting a new website for ages, not because I hated my old one but it wasn’t very user friendly and I’ve changed a bit since I started O’Boy! Organic back in 2009….YES, O’Boy! Organic has been around since late 2009. This was my very first post –

I started O’Boy! Organic as a local business to educate parents on the importance of feeding their families healthy foods. I offer services in the Philadelphia area including Personal Baby Chef  Services, Parent Cooking Classes, Kids Cooking Classes and Parties. Soon after I started, I learned that they easiest way to get the O’Boy! Organic name out was to create a blog. This is when I began to share my tips and recipes with an online community. That led to writing more often, working with great companies and also starting my own social media consulting business.

This new site encompasses all my passions and will allow me to go even further as a writer and business owner. I couldn’t of done any of this on my own. This handy work was done by Alicia the founder of Soft Landing the mastermind behind Clever Kiwi Designs. A nurse by trade, she now educates families in Kansas and throughout the US about how to lead a healthy sustainable lifestyle and helps businesses (like me) brand themselves online through professional websites and social marketing.

So take a look around, check out my new categories which makes it so much easier to find your favorite posts. I’d love to know what you think of my new site. I am still transferring data because my old site didn’t allow me to transfer any of my articles so I had to personally transfer EVERYTHING myself which has been a pain but a blessing too because I was able to tweak each article to make it even better.

If you haven’t already signed up for a O’Boy! Organic Newsletter or RSS Feed – PLEASE DO! Don’t forget to check out my new and improved social media pages: FACEBOOKGOOGLE+TWITTERPINTEREST

Thank you for being apart of the O’Boy! Organic Community, without you I wouldn’t be here doing what I do.

Fondly,

Trina

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8 Responses to Welcome to the NEW – O’Boy! Organic Website

  1. Jessica @EatSleepBe April 11, 2014 at 4:37 pm #

    The new site looks amazing!

  2. Kelly {the Centsible Life} April 11, 2014 at 6:11 pm #

    Looks great!

  3. Brandi April 11, 2014 at 6:47 pm #

    Love the new look! It’s fantastic!

  4. Heather April 11, 2014 at 8:15 pm #

    That logo is so clean and I LOVE IT!

  5. Jennifer O April 11, 2014 at 8:31 pm #

    The new site looks fantastic! Great job and congrats!

  6. Jennifer @Making Our Life Matter April 12, 2014 at 5:03 pm #

    I love how calming the colors in your site. Makes you want to pull up a chair and stay a while. And learn something new too!

  7. Malefia December 17, 2015 at 10:02 am #

    Finding happiness all comes down to one thing, and that’s hsetnoy. Honesty with yourself first and foremost about who you are in the truest sense, and what your needs are as opposed to your wants.I meet all kinds of people from all kinds of backgrounds, and I do this all day, every day. Many of these people I get to know as people, and it never ceases to amaze me how many of them have sold out. Sold their souls in the name of money, & perception. I call it that I’m kind of a big deal syndrome. They work jobs they hate, to buy shit they don’t need, and marry people they don’t like, and have kids they don’t want in an effort to keep up with the Jones. They fall in love with these conceptions of what the perfect little life is, and how they’re viewed by others, but when it comes down to brass tacks, their lives are as big a mess as anyones.I know it sounds a little tree huggerish , but I don’t think it’s possible to ever really be happy, until people know themselves, and what it is that makes their engine run smooth. That’s what life is, it’s about finding purpose, and reason to be here .it’s purely functional. Once we find our function, and are honest about what we need in life as opposed to what we want, I honestly believe that happiness is inevitable

  8. That looks like the perfect place to go to with girlfriends. It reminds me of a small little cafe that I went to in elementary school for my friend’s birthday. We had tea and small desserts–we felt so mature and proper!

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