Chocolate can actually be very healthy. It is made from the seed of the cacao tree and is very high in antioxidants and also lowers your risk of heart disease. Let me reiterate, this is dark chocolate, not the usual Valentine’s Day chocolate that’s loaded with sugar. Dark chocolate with 70% or higher cocoa content qualifies as quality chocolate.
So today and every time you want a chocolate treat, let’s take the time to select the Fair Trade option. You can find a list of Fair Trade Chocolate Brands here: https://www.thegoodtrade.com/features/fair-trade-chocolate
The kids and I love these two brands (Thrive, Unreal). Enjoy!
The holiday season is upon us, and it's time to sprinkle some festive cheer around our homes. But wait, let's jingle all the way in an eco-friendly style this year! Swapping out the usual tinsel and baubles for sustainable holiday decorations is not only kind to Mother Earth but also heaps of fun. Here are some merry and bright ideas for decking your halls sustainably!
As the leaves begin to change colors and pumpkins adorn porches, it's the perfect time to talk about composting during the fall season. Composting is not only a sustainable way to reduce waste, but it can also transform your garden soil into nutrient-rich goodness. There are various fall items you can add to your compost pile to enrich your soil and promote a healthier environment. Additionally, the delightful children's book, "Soil Magic," teaches young readers about composting and the items that can be composted.