Athletic Wear for Yoginis with Brains

In my last post, Yoga, Sars and Something Like Crack, I explained how I’ve accepted my diagnosis¬†as a yogaholic. But while developing this pleasant illness,¬†I nearly became a brainless shopaholic. It’s easy to fall into America’s consumer culture even when Learn More …

4 Easy Steps for Making Positive Changes This Fall

Fall is all about change: the changing color of leaves, the changing temperatures, changing from fun summer laziness to hectic school-time chaos. Why not make a few positive changes for your life this fall? It’s a fun way to rediscover Learn More …

Celebrating UN’s International Year of Forests in Atlanta

I learned that 2011 is the UN’s International Year of Forests. I found that out when I was writing a blog post for a client in Missouri. The botanical gardens there are doing an awesome, citywide tree hunt with fun Learn More …

Green Playgrounds to Enjoy for Generations

When my sister recommended writing on green playgrounds, I prepared myself for a used-tires-and-paint approach to earth friendly play areas. I was glad to find that kids have more to play on these days than tires– a lot more. A Learn More …

5 Easy Tips on Being Green

We southerners like to take it easy. There are plenty of easy things that we can do on a daily basis that are small steps towards more sustainable living. Check out these nearly effortless suggestions: Say No to Styrofoam to Learn More …

Is There a Bin for Recycling a Home?

So I found out that you can recycle your home. I’ve heard of re-purposing stained glass windows and salvaging wood beams but the idea of recycling an entire structure is simply magnificent. On average, 60-85% of a building can be Learn More …