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Easy Butternut Squash Soup Recipe for Fall

Posted on October 20th, 2014

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger During the chilly days of fall, I love curling up with a warm bowl of homemade soup for lunch. I usually make soup in large batches and freeze them in individual portions to make future meal prep a snap. If you have a free hour this weekend, try whipping […]

50 States for Good, and so much more!

Posted on October 17th, 2014

Posted by Renee, Eat. Live. Blog Tom’s of Maine is not only socially conscious in the way they run their day-to-day business, but they are also extremely vigilant in spreading that good around. In 2009, Tom’s introduced their 50 States for Good program (which is actually 51 areas of good since D.C. is given a […]

How to Make Soy Candles for Gift-Giving

Posted on October 15th, 2014

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger It’s never too early to get a jump on hostess gifts and creative holiday ideas. This fall, I’ve been experimenting with how to make soy candles at home. They’re the perfect little surprise for that hard-to-shop-for person, because you can personalize candles with scents, colors, and decorative details. Why […]

The True Art of Giving Back

Posted on October 13th, 2014

Posted by Tara Fuller, Greatist The holidays are gearing up which means one big thing is on everybody’s mind: giving. Whether giving thanks over a turkey dinner, loading up on presents galore, or giving back by donating to charity, the holiday season brings out the giver in all of us. But what a lot of […]

What Is Ecotourism and Why Should You Care?

Posted on October 7th, 2014

Posted by  Rebecca Desfosse, guest blogger Imagine your family trekking along the Arabian Dessert or taking in the views along the Costa Rican shoreline. We all want to visit and experience nature’s most beautiful sights, but we should try to do so in a way that doesn’t damage the same environment we’re admiring. That’s where […]

The Dental Health Gap in America and How You Can Help

Posted on October 6th, 2014

Posted by  Kerrie Snowdon, guest blogger Visits to the family dentist can be expensive, and an issue can go ignored for seemingly more urgent needs in the monthly budget. However, preventative health care—especially oral health—is imperative to you and your child’s well-being over the long term. The state of America’s dental care is only getting […]