The case against soda

natural soda

Note from Jennifer: Today is national Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day. Thus, Cedar is home with me, writing and doing some social media. When I asked what he wanted to write about, he said soda. The post below is all Cedar, including the soda shopping choices. Stay tuned, because he’ll also be posting a new […]

National Nutrition Month Resources for Green Families

National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month! Better yet, 2013 marks the 40th anniversary of National Nutrition Month. This annual event was designed by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the goal is to focus on helping families and individuals make smarter, healthier food choices. This year’s theme is “Eat Right, Your Way, Every Day,” which […]

Family screen-time discussion update

As frequent Growing a Green Family readers may know, I’m fed up with screens and trying to get the family to cut back. This is complicated for a few reasons: I work at home, with screens. It’s a little hypocritical to ask other people to quit using them when I use them all day long […]

Are people really that addicted to technology?

tech addict poster

I’m considering a screen detox at my house. Why? Because one, I’m tired of people paying more attention to screens than to other people and other interests and two my household has a lot of red flags related to screen addiction and low physical activity. I’m just not feeling like my household is using screens […]

Red Flags Related to Kids + Physical Activity + Tech Gadget Overload

kids and excess screen use

I’m pondering a screen detox right now, because screen time is out of control at my house. I’m pretty sure I’m the only one at my house who would be on board with a screen detox. I’m guessing everyone else in the house would say, “You’re overreacting about the screen situation.” So, to be fair, […]

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