Three generations of families were interviewed for an ad and asked one simple question, “What did you like to do for fun as a kid?” Take a moment to see how they responded, then get your kids outside (and read some of the other links we've included).
Birthday celebrations happily come around every year. Enjoy the celebrations with friends and family, while also being gentle on the planet. It’s easy and trendy to simplify – now more than ever, and there are so many ways to make a big difference, while setting a good example for the kids and inspiring others.
Another #organic brands sells out to a mega corporation who profits from highly processed, unhealthy, #GMO-laden "food" for $820 MILLION. General Mills donates $ to fight #GMO labeling. Like every other natural & organic brand that has sold out we will start to see artificial chemicals slipped into the products. They will soon cease to resemble the products and the company that they built.
Packing our kids first school lunches and snacks are easy. We feed our kids incredible, wholesome, organic food at home, and we are excited to send them off to their first days of school with a shiny, reusable stainless steel container full of whole foods to fuel them during their busy day.
Is Sample Quality in the Eye of the Beholder? - Here’s a simple experiment to try in your lab: Find a hemolysed sample and separately ask five different medical laboratory scientists to judge the amount of hemolysis present. What you’ll probably find is that “grossly hemolyzed” is most definitely in the eye of the beholder.
It’s that time of year again, where for one “special” day we’re reminded to celebrate our love for one another. Although we believe we shouldn’t need a reminder (showing our love is important every day!), we’ll take any excuse to spend more time with our families and do something special together and celebrate as society promotes! This Valentine’s Day, let’s take a few extra moments to consider the activities we do together, and the things we buy for one another.
On Rosh Hashanah, we celebrate the New Year and give thanks for the creation of our world. We dedicate time to family and friends and we reflect on our past year and celebrate the start of the new year.