Archive | thanksgiving

Take in the Good This Holiday Season

A sweet Thanksgiving craft: have your guests fill in what they are thankful for on colorful leaf cut-outs. (Happy Thanksgiving, readers! Wishing you and your family a safe, healthy, and fulfilling holiday and long weekend. Here is a lovely guest post by Dr. Rick Hanson helping us slow down, be mindful, and to enjoy daily […]

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Good Reading (factory farmed turkeys, plastics in the kitchen and pizza is a vegetable?)

As we head into Thanksgiving next week, you have to check out this post from the PEW research center about turkeys in factory farms.  I learned this charming fact: “The 271 million turkeys that the National Turkey Federation projects will be sold this year will produce more than 229 million cubic feet of litter (PDF) […]

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Guest Posts (Green and Healthy Thanksgiving, 6 Ways to Avoid Toxins in Public Schools)

I’m happy to be an invited guest poster on Dr. Greene’s Perspectives Blog this week. Each day, I’ve posted about how to have a safe, green and healthy Thanksgiving. So far, I’ve posted about Vegetarian Thanksgiving ideas, for those going turkey-less, or have vegetarian guests. Yesterday I posted recipes and ideas about serving local, organic […]

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