Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger This year, stuff your family’s Christmas stockings with some slightly unconventional gifts. Living a more sustainable lifestyle means we use our creativity to make the most of every holiday and tradition to care for our planet. In the process, we can delight our loved ones and impart those same values […]
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Posted by Rebecca Desfosse, guest blogger Hanukkah, the festival of lights, commemorates the story of a miracle that gave light and hope to a group of people thousands of years ago. Today, we can still shine a light and provide some hope for a person in need. Here are eight ideas for charitable giving you and […]
Posted by Karen Lac, guest blogger Black Friday shopping can be an exciting reminder of upcoming holidays, but many shoppers are now concerned about the environmental effect of consumerism. The manufacturing (and eventual throwing away) of consumer goods takes a toll on the environment through phenomena such as the greenhouse effect, landfill waste, and excessive […]
Posted by Karen Lac, guest blogger If you want to do your part to help your community become a vibrant and livable place well into the future, shop local. Buying within your hometown or county ensures products and services come from businesses located near you, and that means increased economic health for the community. Studies have […]
Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger As a busy family, life rarely hands you a weekly two-hour chunk of time to spend at your discretion. What you do get is a five-minute snippet here, or a fragmented thirty-second pause there. But whether you’re waiting for the bus, for the casserole to cook, or in the […]