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Who Are We Waiting For?

A lot of us want to contribute to the world in meaningful ways. Just by taking little steps, you can make more of an impact than you might think.

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Creating a Guilt-Free Table

No matter the extent of your choices, any guilt-free addition to your table is a win-win for you and the planet.

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Freedom AND Sustainability: How to Be Proud to Be an American

Freedom alone can't be the end-all for Americans. We need to embrace our role as ecological stewards, writes guest blogger Jake Giessman.

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Moving Without a Car, and Other Tips for Going “Car Light”

Do you really need to own a car "just in case" you have to move every few years? A car-free enthusiast responds to his critics.

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A Single Shining Marble, and Other Cherished Gifts

The most cherished gifts don't come in fancy packaging or from a trendy store. Guest blogger Sarah Wolpow explains.

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Knitting, Anyone? Learn a New Skill This Winter!

A lot of people think knitting and crocheting are for older housewives, but it’s time to drop that stigma.

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Tackling Holiday Consumerism With Creative Resistance

A New Dreamer’s toughest challenge might be navigating the stuff-obsessed holidays. Here are some tips.

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"Buying Nothing New" Isn't About Shopping, It's About Facing Our Deepest Values

For AJ Crocker, a month-long attempt to "buy nothing new" became an unexpected exploration into her deepest motivations and values.

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Helping Your Kids Give Back: Fun Holiday Service Projects for You and Your Family

Looking for ways to incorporate volunteering into your holiday season? It might just be your family’s favorite memory this year.

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Hooked on Stuff: The Black Days of Post-Thanksgiving Consumerism

What started as a celebration of prosperity has become something akin to a national addiction. Are we choosing stuff over joy?

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