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Holiday Pet Proofing Tips

While some holiday treats (like chocolate) and decorations (like tinsel) are well known as toxic and/or dangerous to pets, others such as mistletoe are less obvious and often forgotten from one year to the next.  A friendly reminder of holiday pet hazards never hurts. So we at True Goods have compiled a list of holiday meal ingredients and decorations that are either worth eliminating, replacing with a safer alternative, or using with caution.

Mother's Day Gift Guide

It’s easy to fall into a rut with gift giving by the time Mother’s Day rolls around. Seriously, how many lead-laden coffee mugs can one woman have? Answer ~ way too many! Luckily, I’ve done the legwork for you and prepared some fresh, body-friendly finds that the moms in your life will love to use and that you'll feel good about giving. After all, few things are as important as mom's happiness and health.

Have A Not-So-Scary Halloween

Let’s be real, those Skittles colors are as unnatural as the evening’s theme. But does this mean no candy for the kiddos and your house being pegged as that family who passes out pencils, pennies or apples? Have no fear! Here are some tips on candies and costumes that should help you navigate Halloween's dangerous waters while remaining cool as a toxin-free cat.

Valentine's Day Gift Guide

Giving a meaningful gift to that special someone on Valentine’s Day just feels so right. Of course it’s the thought that truly counts, but still… Finding something thoughtful and original is key. Here's my updated cheat-sheet for choosing the best gifts to keep everyone on your list happy, healthy, hot-and-heavy this holiday!

Tip Four ~ Get Crafty

Rather than prepping those Black Friday shopping lists, how about putting together a list of all the supplies you’ll need to tackle a family DIY project over Thanksgiving weekend. You’ll need to be willing to get your hands a little dirty and plan ahead, but I guarantee these crazy fun DIY crafts are well worth the effort!

Tip One ~ Get Cooking

During this entire week of thanks I'll be posting tips and ideas for ways you and your loved ones can Take Back Thanksgiving this year. Rather than spending money on cheap goods from deep discounters over the holiday weekend, perhaps you'd prefer spending time with the people you care about most, doing things that bring you closer together. Sound good? Here's my first idea to get you in the mood...

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