Had an excellent ramblin holidaze show this week in the Green Divas Radio Show studio and am thrilled we were able to record AND podcast finally! Even though I was on the tail end of the flu and was perhaps a bit fuzzy (at least vocally), we managed to get some timely, useful and relevant information in. We may have had more fun than format, but hey, we’re all getting into the spirit – or at least trying to – right? If you want some free entertainment with your green holiday ideas, please listen to the latest podcast of the Green Divas Radio Show.
Otherwise, here are some of the highlights . . .
Green Diva Foodie Fun
Green Divas Mizar, Meg and Jamie each offered one of their family favorite holiday recipes. GD Jamie talked about her fatherís traditional latke recipe. GD Meg offered up her warm red cabbage salad recipe. And GD Mizar got us really hungry with her creme caramel recipe . . . Check out the full post for all the†Green Diva Foodie Holiday Fav Recipes!
Green Diva Mizarís DIY: Earth-Friendly Holiday Wrapping
As always GD Mizar had some wonderful DIY ideas. This week she talked about some creative and greener holiday gift wrapping ideas. Check out†GD Mizarís Itís a Wrap post for all the deets! Or listen to the fun five-minute podcast of GD Mizar’s DIY holiday greener gift wrapping segment.
Green Dude Eco Ed on LED holiday lights
Listen to the 5-minute Green Dude segment featuring†Eco Ed Schwartz all about LED holiday lights and learn why they are such a great idea!
Feature Interview: Sarah Finnie Robinson of Practically Green
This week we were thrilled to have Sarah Finnie Robinson of†PracticallyGreen.com†on the air with us. PracticallyGreen.com is†a digital tool that makes being sustainable easy, fun and stress-free. They offer common sense ways to be more eco-conscience without having to go to crazy extremes.
One great feature of the site is the ĎActionsí feature, which provides users with really simple and practical (practically green, right?) ideas for making green changes.
PracticallyGreen also offers a product section, where they do extensive background homework on every product, so that us consumers can have some confidence that their ‘green’ purchase isn’t green marketing hype or green washing.
Some criteria for the products found on PracticallyGreen.com . . .
- They have to be energy-efficient and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
- The product must reduce its water usage
- Products that claim to be organic must be certified by the USDA
- The products may not contain artificial colors, flavors, processed sweeteners, preservatives, and other chemicals or highly processed additives