Giving Up in the New Year

Posted January 3rd, 2012 by Elaine in Living

My most successful resolutions ever have been (1) drink more champagne and (2) bake more cheesecakes. These were about more. This year, I’m shooting for less. Before I had kids, I spent several years learning to throw pots at Hinckley Pottery. By 2005, I was pretty good. I sold almost everything I had […]

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Unwanted guests in your bed: bugs!

Posted December 21st, 2011 by Jessica Haney in Green, Health, Living, Uncategorized

While a group of tired parents waited under bright lights in our school’s multi-purpose room for our December PTA meeting to begin, I overheard EverWonder Camps co-founder Moley Evans talking about freezing things to kill them. I just had to ask. Bed bugs. She had them. She hopes she doesn’t […]

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End-of-year green resolutions

Posted November 29th, 2011 by Jessica Haney in Green, Living

Now that the holiday season is underway and every blip of news I manage to catch on the radio is talking about consumer spending, it’s time to think about where my greenbacks are going in the next month, and how Green those choices will look. No one can do it […]

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Think before you buy for green holidays

Posted November 8th, 2011 by Jessica Haney in Green, Living, Uncategorized

As the holidays approach, there will probably be a lot of consumption of goods beyond the norm. How can you keep things under control so that they don’t dent your wallet or the landfill too badly? Make lists. It’s so tempting to stock up on stuff you think you might […]

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