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Yogurt Cardamom Dressing

Yuck working on jetlag which is always so much fun with kids. It’s almost that it takes all our energy to change these kids from Sweden time to California time. And by the way it’s 9 hours time difference and they say it takes 1 day for each hour for …

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Chocolate cupcake with peanut butter frosting

Today we’ve been packing and getting ready for our flight home tomorrow. We’re leaving at noon so it’s nice we don’t have to get the kids up so early and can take our time today and tomorrow. Last night here we have been enjoying  take out salads from a cafe …

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Breaking down the recyclables and do more

This video features recycle expert Betty Shelley who shares some very valuable information on how to take apart garbage to be able to recycle as much as possible. Watching this I learned about items I never knew could be recycled as well as things I thought could be be but …

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Creamy balsamic sauce

Happy New Year everyone!We had a mellow evening because Noah is still sick so we didn’t want to risk him getting worse. We were suppose to be at a party with friends. As it looks now we’ll not be able to fly home on Monday unless he pulls a miracle …

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Do Cell Phones go to Heaven?

By James Harker-Syren OK, stop to think about how many cell phones have you had in your life. It’s OK: take a minute to think back and count … I can remember 11. Now think about what you did with them when you got a new one. Until recently, most …

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SO WE WILL ALWAYS HAVE A REASON TO TRAVEL

Wondering what you can do to be environmentally friendly while traveling? By Amanda Wilkes Planes, trains, and automobiles take us where we want to go, when we want to go there.  Thanks to these various modes of transportation, we have the opportunity to see, explore, and discover our beautiful world.  …

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Veggie Dog Stew and Happy New Year!!!

Since we’re nearing the end of this wonderful trip I’m now trying to empty out this fridge and freezer before we leave. It seems like it’s all I’ve been doing all December. The result of that for last nights dinner was a creamy stew with hot dogs and vegetables served …

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Happy New Year!!!!!

I love the end of the year and the promise of all the positive potential of the year to come. 2011 was a great year for me! So many wonderful things happened… On Januray 2nd we got to meet our beautiful son Noah for the first time In September I …

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Buckwheat and raspberry granola

When I travel I like to go grocery shopping to see what is local and to find fun products. Today I found a Raw buckwheat raspberry granola made by Renee Voltaire who is a nutritional goddess here in Sweden. The granola is heaven so I was delighted to find a …

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Fighting the Pest Without the Toxic Mess

By Kim Robson Controlling pests without the use of dangerous chemical pesticides can be a challenge for green-living families. Those who are chemically sensitive, immune compromised, have asthma, or are just concerned about the use of chemicals around their children and pets owe it to themselves to research alternatives. There …

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