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Xenophobia

XENOPHOBIA xenophobia | ˌzenəˈfōbēə, ˌzēnəˈfōbēə | noun:  intense or irrational dislike or fear of people from other countries: the resurgence of racism and xenophobia. DERIVATIVES xenophobe | ˈzenəˌfōb, ˈzēnəˌfōb | noun (online dictionary definition) xenophobia:  n. The desire to run … Continue reading

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Buy Chemical-Free Cosmetics

Buy Chemical-Free Products So it’s Day 2 of the A to Z blogging challenge and that means the letter B.  Why do we need to buy chemical-free products?  Because we deserve healthy bodies and healthy lives and adding a bunch … Continue reading

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A Wrinkle in Time

For my bloggy friend, K. L. Allendoerfer, at A Thousand Finds, neuroscientist, violinist, educator and geocacher extraordinaire, who knows the power of reading and science, and credits L’Engle for sparking her interest in both! A Wrinkle in Time If I … Continue reading

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Slipcover the World

Slipcover the World If given the choice, most people would not wash their hands with a pesticide even if it assured them a squeaky clean, bacteria-free experience. Yet every day in kitchens and bathrooms across America, people are unwittingly doing … Continue reading

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