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Just say NO to Nanos!

by guest blogger Ava Anderson, natural-beauty expert and safe-cosmetics advocate What are they? Nanoparticles are miniscule particles, measured in billionths of a meter, that have introduced a new generation of potentially risky and broadly used ingredients into personal care products. Many of these ingredients’ health effects are not fully studied or understood, and are largely unregulated. […]

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Time to Toast

by the Rodale’s Discover team Get ready to toast the holidays with these festive beverage essentials. These delicious organic ingredients and elegant recycled glassware are the perfect match for healthy entertaining this season. Handcrafted and all available at Rodale’s, these beverage trimmings are sure to make your season bright. 1. Organic Simple Syrup Made by […]

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Rodale’s Festive Trimmings

by the Rodale’s Discover team There’s nothing more fun than getting ready for the holidays. The festivities, warmth, and decorations make this a magical season. These ecofriendly, beautiful decorations are at the top of our list this holiday—all available at Rodale’s. Recycled Glass Ornament We adore this recycled glass ornament. The substantial ornament comes in […]

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Sausage and Gravy on Pasta

Where do recipes come from? From necessity, distant memories, and problem solving, mostly. This one came from the fact that my littlest one won’t eat hamburger but loves sausage. And I had picked up some freshly made pappardelle pasta from Eataly. And I found a green pepper in my late-summer garden. Hmmmm… I remembered Hamburger […]

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5 Cruel Signs Summer Is Over

I promise I won’t complain too much about the fall or winter, but this morning I was freezing and the signs were all around that summer is over, so I just had to share a few of them: 1. My coconut oil gets hard. I use organic coconut oil as my only moisturizer and keep […]

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What Happened When I
Disconnected…

by guest blogger Maya Rodale, writer of historical tales of true love and adventure For the month of August I took a break from all social media. Because it’s summer. Because as an author with six books coming out in the next year, this is my last chance to lay low online. Because I was in […]

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14 Days of Summer, a Meditation:
Day Nine

Ponds: Reflection Ponds are mysterious. They mostly reflect the sky rather than reveal what is below. Some people are ocean people, others are pond and lake people, but the mystery of the pond is about delving deeper. Life is often like the surface of the pond, a visual illusion. It’s nothing, really, but water reflecting […]

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My 14 Days of Summer, A Meditation

It’s no secret that summer is my favorite season. I was on vacation and so much enjoying the clear ocean water and the Rosa rugosa, as well as my children’s awe at the Rosa rugosa “hips”—”Mom, what are those things?”—when this idea for a series of blogs came to me. Not just a celebration of […]

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