Posted by Kerrie Snowdon, guest blogger We all use plastic packaging in our day-to-day lives, but what happens to this material when we’re finished using it? We try to recycle as much as we can, and many companies take in these biodegradable products and process them into new forms. But even though twice as many people […]
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Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger The winter season always starts out fun, especially after first snowfall. Christmas often coincides with winter break, and a few snowy outings follow if you’re lucky. But late winter can be a drag. At our house, the kids are going crazy, and to relieve their boredom they pick on one […]
Posted by Jennifer A. DiGiovanni, guest blogger Minor skin irritation is common among babies and is generally not a cause for concern. Some children are more sensitive than others, and may be more susceptible to rashes such as prickly heat, eczema, or cradle cap. Babies outgrow most of these mild conditions, which are usually easily […]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger If you’ve had your fill of kale, quinoa, and blueberries lately, it’s time to add some new superfoods to your shopping list. I’ve asked doctors, nutritionists, and all-around foodies to see which nutritious foods are at the tops of their minds. Take note! 1. Chestnuts These sweet, starchy nuts are […]
Posted by Laurie Fanelli, guest blogger When it’s cold and snowing outside, few things beat a hot and hearty bowl of chili to keep you warm. This dish has become my go-to meal when hosting groups large and small, not only because it is delicious, but because it’s one of my favorite vegan gluten-free recipes. To […]