Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger According to the US Department of Labor, volunteering isn’t the fastest-growing sector. Although it may seem like community service is a big commitment, it doesn’t have to be an overwhelming activity. These volunteer resources make it easier than ever to give back and make a difference. Find Your Perfect Match […]
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Posted by Rebecca Desfosse, guest blogger Visiting the dentist is essential for kids to keep their teeth healthy, but a trip to the dentist can be scary for young ones. That’s why we talked to Janet Gargan, a pediatric dental hygienist from Chestnut Green Dental in Danvers, Massachusetts, about the approaches you can use to ease […]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger The New Year is the perfect time to think about ways to reduce your personal carbon footprint. This time, think outside the box and explore some ideas that go beyond the staples of green living. Here are three unique New Years resolution ideas for a year of eco-friendliness: Meatless Monday […]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger Like many developmental milestones, learning how to brush your teeth isn’t a skill that happens overnight, and it isn’t always easy. No matter how many books about teeth brushing you read or silly songs you make up, it can still be a challenge to get your child to brush—and brush […]
Posted by Tom, Chief Executive Officer When Tom and Kate Chappell founded Tom’s of Maine it was their personal values that drove many of the company’s social and environmental practices. I started at the company in 1997, and while I had developed my professional skills working for a large corporation, it was this commitment to […]