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Soul Feeding in the Amazon

In lieu of writing a newsletter while away in the Amazon, Mrs. Green shot her first ever video newsletter. See what she has to say about her upcoming trip, how it connects her to her passion for the health of the planet, and why the Rainforest matters.

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

This One’s for Nolan

I wake up every other Monday morning thinking about what I am going to write about in the newsletter. I gather ideas every day between newsletter writing days, make notes, and keep track of links. I am usually ready to go, or at least have the topics down to two, when the next time to write rolls around.

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

Are You Ready to be Inconvenient?

Please note: there are two sides to this story and I hope you stay with me for both of them.
On the one side…According to every dictionary site I searched, inconvenient is an adjective that means not convenient especially in giving trouble or annoyance or causing trouble, difficulties or discomfort. So I…

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

In Harvey’s Wake: Ample Harvest

For this newsletter, I planned on writing about faith leaders uniting to end hunger, about Food Waste Weekend. Good news, uplifting, call to action kind of news, right? Yes, and even more relevant, important and timely considering the devastation brought on by Hurricane Harvey, right?

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Food & Wine, Health, Home, News, Newsletter


Or is it Just Not Enough?

I have to admit when my friend Molly sent us a link to an article that started out with these lines: “Conscious consumerism is a lie. Here’s a better way to help save the world” I was taken aback. How can this be? But…

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


Pretty much from the minute I write one newsletter, I start thinking about the next one. I am always on the lookout for good content, topics that will inspire you or encourage you to change a behavior, or something I just can’t wait to share and, yes, sometimes topics that might make you angry and motivate you to march or call your elected official or get your home air quality…

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Filed Under: Fashion & Beauty, Food & Wine, Gardening, Health, Home, Kids, Newsletter


By Guest Writer – Bonnie Gonzales, Mrs. Green’s World team member

Greetings Dear Reader. Mrs. Green is enjoying the last days of her much anticipated travels with family and friends. I’m stepping in for this issue. Allow me to lay the foundation of my story with a brief explanation…

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Filed Under: Gardening, Health, Home, News, Newsletter


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


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