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ShiftCon Inspires Green Living for the Mainstream

FREE newsletter sign-up! Ever feel all alone in your quest to feed your family well on a budget?  Still feel like the only green family on your block?  If you blog, do you wonder if your audience really gets the educational messages you want them to hear?  Those are some of the challenges bloggers addressed […]

Continue Reading By on October 1, 2015 in conscious consumerism, green, Green Goes Mainstream, grocery

Squeaky Clean & Safe Summer Supplies via Beautycounter Giveaway!

Links to convenient Beautycounter products included – thanks for considering supporting this blog through any future purchases!  I’m excited to share about squeaky clean & safe summer supplies via a giveaway by Beautycounter by Anne Brock. RSVP today for the #CleanCouponing Twitter party featuring Beautycounter on June 11! Sampling Kidscounter for my kids was the […]

Continue Reading By on May 14, 2015 in children, clean couponing, health, safer chemicals, safety, skincare

#MomsNotLovinIt Challenge McDonald’s to Stop Marketing to Children

“We are not predatory,” responded the CEO of the world’s most powerful restaurant chain to Kentucky mother Casey Hinds at the recent McDonald’s shareholder meeting.  Hinds and other concerned moms were asking tough questions, challenging the fast food giant to stop marketing to children.  CEO Don Thompson seemed downright charming when he responded, “We do […]

Continue Reading By on May 23, 2014 in eating well, food, parenting

Operating Room Recycling Efforts

The process of caring for a patient in a typical operating room usually produces four to five bags of trash and medical waste. But a cost-saving system available to hospitals now can potentially cut the number of trash bags in half. Parkridge Health System that includes three hospitals in Chattanooga, Tennessee is a leader in […]

Continue Reading By on August 21, 2012 in green, health, recycling

Honey & Pollen for Our Kitchen

Breakfast time at our house includes a tiny bit of bee pollen along with a little yogurt or juice.  Sometimes it includes hot cereal like brown rice or steel cut oats sweetened with raw, organically produced honey.  We were excited to receive our first mailed box of honey and pollen late this summer.  We purchased it from a […]

Continue Reading By on October 27, 2011 in eating better, farm, honey, natural, wellness