Tag Archives | Maria Rodale

Stocking up on Seasonal Super Foods

Stocking up on Seasonal Super Foods

by guest blogger Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, integrative medicine pioneer Our relationship with food is constantly evolving. In the past few years, many of us have embraced localism, doing the extra work to find items that are locally grown and raised rather than shipped thousands of miles from foreign locations. We do this for […]

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7 Steps for Staying Happy Through the Holidays

7 Steps for Staying Happy Through the Holidays

I know it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but the holiday season has begun, and just as you have to prepare in advance for a big meal, it’s good to prepare for how to make it through the holidays emotionally. Let’s face it, after New Year’s Day, there are going to be a few long dark […]

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The Food Industry's Choice

The Food Industry’s Choice

By guest blogger Robyn O’Brien, author and former financial and food industry analyst Fourteen years ago to the day almost, I was in NYC at a conference hosted by Merrill Lynch as a financial analyst covering the food industry. If you had suggested then that I’d be writing this today, I’d have said you were […]

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Stepping Toward Happiness

Stepping Toward Happiness

There comes a point in everyone’s life when they need to choose life. As Elizabeth Gilbert writes in her new book The Signature of All Things, “she knew that the world was plainly divided into those who fought an unrelenting battle to live, and those who surrendered and died. This was a simple fact.” What’s […]

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Healthy Pet Essentials

Healthy Pet Essentials

by the Rodale’s Discover team What better way to show our furry friends some love than by treating them to some healthy pet essentials? Pet gear needs to be functional—but that doesn’t mean it can’t be tasteful and ecofriendly, too. From mealtime to bedtime, these safe, durable picks from Rodale’s help ensure your furry friends […]

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Eco for a Week-O

Eco for a Week-O

  by guest blogger Kathleen Oswalt, executive assistant to Maria Rodale I am truly lucky to work in a job that affords me so many different and exciting opportunities. As Maria’s executive assistant, I’ve learned so much about organics and have heartily embraced the green lifestyle. I’m as green as I can be at this […]

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The Great Divide

The Great Divide

by guest blogger Renee James, essayist and blogger Here’s today’s technology quiz, although it’s not measuring exactly what you think.  Ready? Here we go, True or False: Your television has more than one remote control. You have had to ask one of your children to come into the room to turn on the TV. More […]

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The Local Food Project

The Local Food Project

By guest blogger Nate Luke, photographer and video director There’s an old story that’s just starting to be told again in the Ozarks. Or maybe these days it’s being told more loudly and by a new generation of young farmers and entrepreneurs. Isn’t that the way most stories begin again? I started searching the Ozarks […]

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