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Vacation

Let it suffice to say that when I was growing up, my family wasn’t taking trips to Disneyland or flying to Europe for our summer vacation. My Dad was the bread winner, as they said back in the day, and even though we weren’t jetting around, my Mom somehow managed the budget for the six of us so well that we always got to go on some kind of vacation. And did…

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Filed Under: Home, Kids, News, Newsletter, Travel

Mrs. Green News: Estoy Muy Triste (I am VERY sad)

You thought that I was sad for the last newsletter? Well, you ain’t heard nothin’ yet as the saying goes.

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Filed Under: Health, Home, News, Newsletter

ESTOY TRISTE (I’m Sad)

The Back Story: I spent most of last weekend at the annual international board meeting for an organization called CEDO. In Spanish, CEDO stands for Centro Intercultural de Estudios de Desiertos y Oceanos. English version: Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans. CEDO’s mission: foster vibrant…

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Filed Under: Awareness & Action, Environmental Impact, Health, News, Newsletter

SEWAGE BREWAGE (or Poo Beer)

I don’t know where to begin telling this story. Let’s start with my observation about microbreweries. It seems that in every city I have visited lately, microbreweries are taking the world by storm with specialty brews in abundance. But imagine my surprise when I…

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Food & Wine, Health, Home, Innovation & Technology, News, Newsletter, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Climate Change: 11 Great Reminders

This may sound a bit strange but have you ever asked yourself why you open and read this newsletter every two weeks? Do the topics I write about interest you? Are you curious about what Mrs. Green has been up to lately? Are you serious about or committed to raising your Environmental IQ? Do you care about nature…

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Newsletter

IS GREEN HIP?

My sincere and heartfelt thanks for the amazing and much appreciated feedback about my last newsletter – On Mind, Body, Spirit: Earth Day 2017. It felt great and made me believe that it is something many of us are hungry for. Hope you are remembering to feed your soul. Gentle reminders to follow.

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Fashion & Beauty, Food & Wine, Gardening, Health, Home, Kids, News, Newsletter, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Travel

MIND, BODY, SPIRIT: EARTH DAY 2017

As human beings, I do believe that we are made up of body, mind and spirit. Feeding our bodies and minds are no-brainers. We all know what we need to do to take care of and nourish our bodies and minds. But it’s that third one that makes

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Health, News, Newsletter

178, 98 and 20 – Numbers You Should Know

When it comes to the Environmental Working Group’s annual Shoppers Guide to Pesticides in Produce, I am a victim of mixed emotions every year. Yes, of course I want to know which fruits and vegetables are laden with pesticides and which are not. But I never seem…

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Filed Under: Food & Wine, Gardening, Health, Home, News, Newsletter

How Inconvenient Is The Truth? Installment #2

For new MGW newsletter subscribers, this is Installment Number Two highlighting some of the education I received while in training as one of Al Gore’s Climate Reality Leaders in Denver, CO several weeks ago. I hope you find it informative and helpful…

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Health, Home, News, Newsletter

How Inconvenient Is The Truth?

INSTALLMENT NUMBER ONE
Remember the documentary An Inconvenient Truth? I certainly do. Did you know that it is has grossed over $50 million earning its place as the 9th highest ranking in US box office receipts for a documentary of any kind? I had no idea. I found that out when yet another of my dreams came true last week in…

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Filed Under: Innovation & Technology, News, Newsletter