Ditching the Plastic with Shampoo Bars

No, I'm not dirty. I had been looking for ways to reduce my waste lately--food waste, time waste, plastic waste, money waste--when my search to simplify coincided with a sobering realization. I put an awful lot of harmful crap on my body. Makeup, lotions, antiperspirants, tampons, medicine, shampoo, toothpaste and more, everything that comes into …

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A Millennial Cooks–and Lives her Twenties–without a Recipe

Adulthood means a stable 9 to 5 career to afford a house, a car, a few conservative stock market investments and bi-weekly trips to the supermarket to purchase vegetables. Sure, I can do that. Well, can I? So far my early adulthood hasn't followed the steps to what others might consider success. I still have a …

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Writing a Book? Veganism? Answering Questions Nobody Asked

Hello! I thought I would make this quick post to help readers get to know me as well as make a few announcements. Lots of big plans in the future! I appreciate those who have taken the time to read my work.   Are you writing a book? I am writing a book. Right now …

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What Climate Change Means for Maple Syrup

BY ALLYSON MORIN--A conversation with Dr. Joshua Rapp at the Harvard Forest to discuss his ongoing research on the effect of climate change on maple sap quality. Warming conditions means bad news for maple syrup producers.