Who needs resolutions? There's a concept that is just a one-way ticket to Guiltville. Just give me an old fashioned To Do List and I can check the items off in a much more orderly manner. What's on your personal To Do List for 2009?
Happy New Year!
Tick, tock, tock, tick. New Year's Eve is fast approaching. Don't be caught without a collection of appetizer recipes. No party is complete without a cheesy appetizer or two, so here are a few recipe ideas from favorite food bloggers.
Every year my family lights a bonfire on New Year's Eve to light in the new year. As part of our tradition, we write down the things we're worried about--health, money, family, work problems, etc--and we toss those troubles into the fire.
The dawn of a new year is usually the time when we think about how we would like for things to be in our lives, make resolutions for change, and then make plans for the future. In some respects, it might be compared to spring cleaning in January - get rid of what you don't want in order to make room for what you do want.
Step One: Love Yourself
In enviro circles, we talk a lot about holding events that are Zero Waste, especially during the holidays. Of course, the first thing that crosses my mind is, "What the heck do they mean by Zero Waste?" Because honestly when I look at places or events that say they are or try to be Zero Waste, there are items in their recycling and compost bins. Often there's even a little itty bitty bit of trash that goes off to the landfill.
If you are a journalist, or love someone who is, you know that most of us could use a little extra love this holiday season. As Elana recently noted we ink-stained wretches are high up on the growing list of industries that have had a rough year. So, here are a few suggestions for gifts that might bring a smile to your favorite (current, former, or aspiring) member of the Fourth Estate.
For the backpack journalists
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