Cut Through the Dining Doldrums
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Eating simple, healthy meals doesn't have to be boring. No more plain baked chicken and plain salad.

Diane Selkirk

Diane Selkirk was looking for a way to combine her desire to avoid a real job with her interest in travel and the environment — leading her to write about her travels. She writes for publications including Travel + Leisure, Islands and Reader’s Digest about living sustainably on as little money as she can get away with.

Recent Posts

Health & Fitness
Raising a Voter

How to get young people to exercise their right to vote.

How are you celebrating Earth Day?

Here's the skinny on celebrating the Earth's big day with your community!

Sustainable Travel? Tips for a more eco-friendly vacation

A sustainable eco-friendly family vacation is possible. Try these 5+ tips!

Shopping & Style
Off With Our Shoes: Pedicures without hazards

Safe pedicure products that won't harm the environment or your health.

Gift Bags Galore

Eco-savvy loot bag ideas: parents will thank you, kids will love you.

The truth about toxic house paint

Get a freshly painted room without the nausea or the cancer.

Spring Cleaning

Blogger Diane Selkirk is clearing out her 1,000-sq-ft apartment of winter buildup.

Health & Fitness
Not the best start…

It’s no wonder that our food systems are so messed up.

Save more, waste less

The typical family pitches about third of the food they purchase.

Avoiding the greenwash

How to spot the wolves in sheep's clothing when shopping green.

Roses are Red

A once-sweet ritual about love and appreciation has become over-hyped and over-commercialized.

I Can Fix That!

It’s not just people in developing countries who need belongings to last.

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