Throw a princess party on a budget and celebrate just how green your family really can be.
I can’t think of any moms I know (and even those I don’t) who would sprinkle a dose of poison on her kid’s food. I can’t think of any who would blow mercury particulates in her kid’s face. Nor any who would wish for her child a lower standard of living in the future than […]
Forgive my few weeks absence from The List. I’ve been catching up on loads of work at Transition Voice, getting the kids off to school, and preparing for a busy fall season in the Transition Town group I help co-lead. But I figure, what with rogue earthquakes kicking up in odd locations and hurricane season […]
There’s a fascinating discussion going on in bike-blog-land as a result of Elly Blue’s Bicycling’s Gender Gap post at Grist. Editor’s Note: This is a guest post on Lindsay’s List. If you’re a friend of Lindsay’s, a friend of energy conservation, or just have an idea to help women live locally with a smaller carbon footprint, then […]
This past weekend the most amazing thing happened for my daughter Anwyn. She’s the magical age of sweet 16. And while that does make her a doe-eyed beauty, it also makes her ripe for growing up and pulling her own weight. A few weeks ago I broke it to her that she needed to get […]
Mother’s Day was tinged for many this year with a certain sadness. This melancholy was experienced by kids and moms alike who are wondering why, on climate change, government is failing to take an active role not only in protecting our shared resources; it is also failing to actively structure those resources to offer the […]