December 23, 2011 • in Environment

5 Tips for Surviving Winter

by guest blogger Maya Rodale. I’ve always been one of those “ugh, winter” people, but last year didn’t seem so terrible—in spite frigid temperatures and snow and slush—because I finally figured out how to make it work for me. Here are 5 ways to make it work for you…

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December 22, 2011 • in Books & Movies

The Holiday Foods
That Will Boost Your Mood

Certain foods can give you a sharper, more energized, happier brain. In the spirit of the holidays, we’re calling out which holiday foods are bursting with the elements of happiness. That’s right, Holiday Good Mood Foods!

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December 21, 2011 • in Books & Movies

This Holiday, Give Yourself
the Gift of Imperfection

I finally understand why the search for perfection gets in the way of really enjoying life.

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December 20, 2011 • in Environment

Radiant Gift Ideas

by guest blogger Wendy Gordon. Lights are the new throw pillows, and the inner interior decorator in you is going to love browsing among all the options. It’s all about the quality of the light, its warmth, and energy efficiency. Here’s how to find the best bulbs for you and yours.

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December 19, 2011 • in Family

The Best Toys for Young Minds

It’s really the simple things that matter the most. And quality lasts. So pay for it, and it will only become more valuable as memories become attached to the good things.

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December 16, 2011 • in Family

How to Tame a Picky Eater:
8 Tips for Happier Meals

by guest blogger Maya Rodale. I am a picky eater, and it has long been the bane of my mother’s existence. I offer these 8 tips for those of you with a picky eater in your circle.

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December 15, 2011 • in Environment

A Visit to My Kitchen: Bea Johnson,
of The Zero Waste Home

Bea Johnson and her family strive to live a zero waste lifestyle. Through her blog, she shares waste-reducing tips and inspires readers to take a stance on needless waste.

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