Bringing curiosity, today’s research, and traditional wisdom to support healthy childhoods. The Green Mama brings 20 years of green consulting and design-thinking, research, and lots of humor to help thought-leaders, institutions, and parents. She’s been called the “green guru” and “definite, but not absolute.” Ask her your question, join the tribe of the eco-curious, and check out her services. And now a book!
[Green Mama: Giving Your Child a Healthy Start and a Greener Future published by Dundurn,] is a how-to book, but it’s also a manifesto of sorts: a manifesto declaring that no corporation or manufacturer is the boss of you, and that you have more control over the development of your family than an advertise-and-buy economy would have you believe.” —Jordan Yerman, Vancouver Observer.
The Green Mama helps parents become what they were always meant to be: experts on the care of their own families.
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I am back in Guatemala with my children for the third time. Thus, I have decided to republish and add to some of the previous blogs on my ...
Dear Green Mama
My partner is traveling to Guatemala for 2 weeks and we are now wondering whether myself and our 8 month old baby could join him on this trip. We would all love to go as a family but we are a little unsure of the safety–illness/hygiene wise. Is there any advice you could give us on this?
How to stay healthy–and keep your kid healthy–when traveling, even overseas or in the developing world.