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Eco Friendly Holiday Gift - Plants! by Green Kristine Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 26 Nov 2008 11:24am A little basic and boring you say, with a yawn? Actually, giving the gift of green - literally - this holiday season has all the makings of the perfect gift to give and receive. First of all, living plants clean the air we breathe in our homes by removing toxins. Contaminents of all varieties are all around us. Furniture, new carpeting, ply ... Read on »
Its Time for Halloween & Holiday Baking! by Meeta K. Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:32pm Fall is upon us in all its glory, and as we move on to cooler weather, its time to turn on the heat in your ovens! Halloween is around the corner, and the Holiday season is on a roll as we look forward to Diwali, Thanksgiving and Christmas. I'm not really sure why Halloween is celebrated - some believe it is a celebration of the end of the ... Read on »
Day #14 of a 111 Day Journey To Kona - Happy Holiday Weekend! by Beth S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 04 Jul 2010 5:15pm I could get used to weekends like this! Two days of work spread out over three days of "weekend". That's good stuff! Happy 4th of July everyone! This is a pretty awesome holiday, although I'd have to say that Roxy probably doesn't agree. Poor dog has been hiding underneath the bed since Friday night (when the fireworks start in our ne ... Read on »
Halloween: Handing Out “Treats” Is “Tricky”—6 Tips To a Healthier Holiday by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:32pm Here' s an article I wrote to help all of you. Feel free to distribute it, but please include the entire document, with the links to this Sugar Shock Blog. Halloween: Handing Out “Treats” Is “Tricky”—6 Tips To a Healthier Holiday By Connie Bennett, C.H.H.C. Halloween is a spooky time and not because of goblins, ghosts or ghouls. Oct. 3 ... Read on »
Raw Chocolate Holiday Fudge w/Coconut, Gogi & Ginger by Julie the Alkaline Sister Posted Tue 20 Dec 2011 1:25am Oh my gosh by golly…. how is it nearly Christmas?  This fall has been action packed but somehow I can’t believe how quickly Christmas has arrived.  I’m now enjoying the start of a 3 week break from school and it feels soooo good to be able to set the books aside. Yeeehaaa!  Unfortunately, I have a test the day I return, bummer hey!-so ... Read on »
5 Easy Tips for Teaching Children About Philanthropy This Holiday Season (Guest Post and Amazon Gift Card Giveaway) by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 02 Dec 2012 12:01am Guest post by Jan Helson, creator of The Global Game Changers children’s entertainment brand and author of the children’s book, The Global Game Changers. The brand was developed to inspire children to “Ignite Good!” and use their superpowers to make the world a better place. The goal is to teach kids about the many different ways they can giv ... Read on »
Turmeric holiday cookies, blood tests, rashes, pizza dough and card games… by Margaret Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 Dec 2009 12:00am After getting home from work yesterday, I began my annual Xmas cookie baking marathon. I tried a new recipe that yielded a batch of incredibly delicious raisin oatmeal spice cookies. The recipe calls for different spices–ginger, cumin, cloves, cinnamon, cayenne pepper and I forget what else. Turmeric is not listed, but of course I added a ... Read on »
Kool & The Gang Releases Their First Holiday Album, "Kool for the Holidays"! Enter to Win a Kool & The Gang Holiday Prize Pack! by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 03 Dec 2013 2:53pm Kool & The Gang wrapped up a 50-plus city tour in 2012 with Van Halen and 2013 tours with Kid Rock and the Dave Matthews Band, but they’re not taking a rest! Now, they’re busy getting the word out about their first holiday album, “Kool for the Holidays”! With its melody flipped slightly, “Winter Wonderland” pulsates to a dance beat and a tast ... Read on »
Save Money - Build Your Own "Green" Giant Spider-On-A-Chain For Halloween by Shawna C. Patient Expert Posted Fri 15 Oct 2010 4:56pm Green Tip: Reuse whatever you can from home to make crafts for the holiday season instead of spending money! Halloween is here and it is time to come up with a creative craft idea for the garden. I reused old materials to build our favorite Halloween spider, Fluffy. That makes Fluffy "green" and me happy because we saved money. We b ... Read on »
On Spiders & Menu Plan Success by thechiclife Posted Sun 22 Jan 2012 1:35am Spiders and menu plan success? Yes, they are both in this post… Today started off with a creepy scare. The coffee was brewing as I headed out my front door to take Bailey out to do his morning business. As I was walking out the door, I suddenly noticed a spider right in front of my face. I backed up just in time, which was lucky becaus ... Read on »