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Category: Misc.

Come See Elizabeth Yarnell in January 2014

Reader question: I found you on Amazon. Do you have any speaking or demonstrations events scheduled for 2014? None seem to be on the website calendar. ~ Susan A., Evergreen, CO Hi Susan. So nice to meet you, and thank you for noticing that I had not yet updated my online calendar to reflect my […]

Trouble Sleeping? Try Lavender.

My 9-year old daughter has a history of being scared at night. We’ve tried leaving the door to her room open, night lights, sound machines playing soothing ocean waves. The best thing we’ve found to work is the scent of lavender. I love this little lavender spray from Healing Gardens. I just give her pillow […]

We Are What We Eat… Or Are We?

It’s popular to believe there is one single way to eat that is optimum for all humans equally. I don’t know about you, but I believe there is a fundamental flaw in any one-size-fits-all theory when it comes to health. Here’s a humorous take on diet trends to kick off your weekend: “Beating on Wheat […]

Recycle Your Underwear!

We compost, recycle papers and plastics, and limit our water usage, but one way to help the earth that never occurred to me was to recycle old underwear. offers five surprising ways to recycle underwear, including cutting it up and adding it to your compost bin (only if the underwear is 100% cotton, of […]

Chasing Ice: Documenting climate change.

Earlier this week, my son and I attended an IMAX screening of the documentary “Chasing  Ice” at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science followed by a Q&A session with James Balog, the acclaimed National Geographic photographer and the man behind the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS). The EIS uses time-lapse photography to document the movement […]