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Never Too Early for a (Green) Halloween

Blog   |    by Kim   |    June 18, 2009

Simplifying Another Holiday

Blog   |    by Kim   |    June 13, 2008

History and Hope: When green was called frugal

Blog   |    by Kim   |    August 26, 2008

TIPS: Reader Submissions: How I Simplify the Holidays

Resources   |    by New Dream   |    December 20, 2011

We asked our readers for their ideas for simplifying the holidays, and the response was overwhelming! Here are some of our favorite tips.

A Valentine in 2009: Giving Freely While Spending Frugally

Blog   |    by Kim   |    January 29, 2009

What Can a Satire from the 1950s Tell Us About Holiday Commercialism?

Blog   |    by Addison Del Mastro   |    December 10, 2014

Did a holiday short story from 1956 predict today's rampant commercialism?

Be a Super Mom (or Dad): Reinstate Family Meals

Blog   |    by Tovah Paglaro   |    May 11, 2012

A mother of three reflects about the central place that family meals should take in our lives.

Simplify, Simplify, Simplify: Tips for Avoiding Holiday Stress

Blog   |    by Terra Wellington   |    December 11, 2013

Actress, author, and environmentalist Terra Wellington shares her tips for keeping the holidays simple and stress-free.

TIPS: Simplify Valentine's Day

Resources   |    by New Dream   |    April 14, 2017

Check out our Simplify Valentine's Day resources to help you “reboot” Valentine’s Day into a day focused on kindness and generosity.

Hundred Dollar Holiday: The Case for a More Joyful Christmas

Blog   |    by Bill McKibben   |    October 3, 2010

Fostering Connection and Resilience Through Common Security Clubs

Blog   |    by Luka Carfagna and Emilie Dubois   |    September 7, 2011

Two Boston graduate students are building community and increasing their personal security through participation in a local Common Security Club.

Hundred Dollar Holiday: The Case for a More Joyful Christmas

Resources   |    by Bill McKibben   |    April 14, 2017

Author and environmentalist Bill McKibben discusses the "Hundred Dollar Holiday" program he started through local churches in the late-1990s, and why we need to reclaim the true joy of Christmas in our lives.