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Community Supported Art Picks up Steam

The Community Supported Art movement continues to grow. Read some tips on how to start your own "CSA."

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Want to Volunteer in Public Health? Here's How to Get Started

PublicHealth.org just published a handy new guide to volunteering in public health. Check it out!

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Book Review: The Sweet Spot: Finding Your Groove at Home and Work

In her new book, Dr. Christine Carter offers advice on how to feel fulfilled and successful while also taking the time to really enjoy life.

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Being the Change: Silver Spring Time Bank Is Open for Business

A new time bank is working to kickstart the sharing movement in Silver Spring, Maryland.

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Indiana State University Magazine: Does the American Dream Still Exist?

A 2014 national survey by the Center for a New American Dream polled 1,872 people and found six common concepts considered “very or extremely” significant to the American dream.

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Bridal Rebellion: Podcast 026 – A Registry for People Who Don’t Want Stuff, with Edna Rienzi

Edna Rienzi, program coordinator at the Center for a New American Dream, has helped build one of the most useful wedding registries, the SoKind Registry.

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What Can A Satire from the 1950s Tell Us About Holiday Commercialism?

Did a holiday short story from 1956 predict today's rampant commercialism?

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Corvallis Gazette-Times: Earth Year: Keep Nature in Mind When Gift-Giving

As we enter a season of intense marketing to children, consider countering that with ideas from the Center for A New American Dream.

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U.S. News and World Report: The Health Benefits of Simple Living

...most American adults live with more stress than they think is healthy.... That doesn't seem to be a problem for “voluntary simplifiers,” who rank themselves lower on stress than a neutral midpoint, [Tim] Kasser's work with the Center for a New American Dream has found.

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Excerpt: Gus Speth's New Memoir, "Angels by the River"

A new memoir from New Dream board member and environmental legend Gus Speth examines how understanding the past can help shape the future.

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