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Zero-Waste Traveling

By Fredrica Syren: It’s no secret that my family and I enjoy traveling, and I have had people question how green I am if my family travels. We’re a family from two different countries: I am from Sweden and my husband, from the U.S.; so traveling between these two countries …

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March Ahead—My March for Women’s Rights

By Fredrica Syren: Last Saturday I joined 40,000 people in the Women’s March, San Diego, in what was almost a counter to President Trump’s inauguration on Friday. We did not march alone: marches took place at the same time throughout the U.S. and all over the world. It began as a Facebook post right after the election with the hope of a big event to speak up for women’s rights, gay rights, reproductive …

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Out and About in Zero Waste Style

By Fredrica Syren:​ It’s been one year since we committed to a zero waste life style, which means we try not to create any waste. How’s it going, you wonder? Actually, it’s going well and, sure, we do face challenges sometimes. Lots of people ask me how we manage to spend a day out and about with kids but not create waste. As a family, we love …

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WeWood Watch Review

By Fredrica Syren: When trying to live an eco-conscious life, finding watches made with sustainable materials was a challenge until I found WeWood watches. Get this … the watch is made of wood! My WeWood watch is made with 100% Natural Wood, and is both hypoallergenic and completely free of …

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Mammograms for Early Detection of Breast Cancer

By Fredrica Syren: October is breast cancer awareness month and is an annual international health campaign to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. I few months back, I had my …

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Walk For Health

By Fredrica Syren: While living in Sweden for the past 3 years I walked…and I walked and I walked. You see in Sweden you don’t use cars so much to get around but rater use public transportation, bikes and yes walk. It helps that in Sweden, like many places in …

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Why Teaching Kids Cooking Skills Is So Important

 By Fredrica Syren:  My husband can’t cook for the life of him. Ok, well, he can kind of scramble some eggs and make pancakes from a mix. But that’s it. He says it’s because, as a child, he had no interest in learning to cook, and no one felt the need to teach him. This is the reason he believes whole heartedly that all three of …

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Family On Adventure-Öland

A couple of weeks ago we spent a week driving around Öland, which is an island in the Baltic Sea off the coast of Sweden. It’s the second largest island in Sweden and you drive across a 6 km long bridge to get there. We drove around the whole island during the week and …

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