Green Goal-Setting, Part 2: Home Life

Last week, we looked at different ways we can set green goals in our personal lives. Hopefully by now, you’ve had a chance to look over all the options, and you’ve narrowed it down to one thing that you will focus on first. Then, you may have even chosen a second and third goal to (read more…)

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Weekend link love

Training Kids to Help in the Kitchen :: Keeper of the Home DIY Glass Bubble Chandelier :: Small Notebook (my daughter will go nuts over this) To Keep in Touch :: Soule Mama Turn off the TV and Improve Married Life :: Zen Family Habits (a guest post from SM columnist Corey of Simple Marriage) (read more…)

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About the Contact Page and Sunday Links

Happy Sunday to you all! Now that the craziness of launch week is starting to slow down a bit, I wanted to let you know that due to some technical difficulties, my contact page wasn’t working correctly during launch week, and I was unable to see the reply-to email address. So, if you contacted me (read more…)

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The things you don’t need (but they say you do) for a new baby

This post was first published on October 8, 2008, and since we’ve got number three percolating, this topic has been on my mind. Expecting parents know the gauntlet of baby gear pushed and prodded their way through the store’s aisles. Modern-day culture all but convinces the average parent-to-be that they may very well fail at (read more…)

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Easy Recipes for Natural Homemade Cleaners

If you do a search for “natural homemade cleaners”, you will find about a gazillion results out there. So why am I trying to reinvent the wheel? In a word, simplicity. Contrary to what the cleaning aisle at the supermarket might say, you don’t need a lot of different specialty products to get your home (read more…)

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