Article Archive for Green Living

Natural dyes made from foods you love
Martha Stewart, ever the model of elegant efficiency, is ahead of the rest of us when it comes to Easter eggs; all she has to do...
How to make food coloring from actual foods
The ways we celebrate Easter today combine many ancient traditions focusing on rebirth and renewal, both of which have been...
Organize your home and lighten your load
Think it’s impossible to see how your brain works? Walk over to a closet or open a drawer in your home. What you see is what you’...
From lowering cholesterol to preventing bone loss, beer may be as good for the body as it is for the spirit
I live in a pro-beer household. It’s not really a choice. As a member of an extremely enthusiastic Irish family, my fiancé was...
Tips to avoid cold and flu season
For years, scientists tried to contradict the advice handed down from grandmas everywhere: Button up or you'll catch a cold....
You'll drink champagne, you'll kiss your honey at midnight and you'll wake up on January 1 with a pounding headache and lots of...
Make this year your eco-friendliest yet!
The holiday season wouldn’t be complete without the requisite guilt about past behavior and a passionate avowal to “do better”...
Go green this Chirstmas
Composting is the planet’s natural recycling program. You add materials from around the house that you used to consider garbage,...
Healthy eating at your holiday party
Last year I created a seven-course dinner to ring in 2007. But when I tallied the nutritional information, I realized I was...
Giving Green Without Greenwashing
I'm making my holiday gift list, and I'm checking it twice. Especially since, this year, it is so much easier to find eco-...