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Simplify Gift Giving This Holiday Season

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Author: Liz Moorhead

My favorite part of this season is giving. I love secretly hunting for ideas, plotting and planning for the perfect present. It's the other stuff that I don't enjoy- the worry about finances, the budgeting, the scrimping and scouring for deals. And the battling packed parking lots and elbowing my way through crowds.

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Recipes We Love: Vegan Sweet Potato Pie

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Author: greenwrite

I'll pass on the turkey, nibble at the green beans, and chase the potatoes around my plate because, for me, Thanksgiving is all about the desserts. Oh those pies! One of my favorite recipes is this one for Vegan Sweet Potato Pie from one of my favorite cookbooks, The Vegan Table:

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Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

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Author: Seventh Generation

With the holidays on the horizon, getting your home ready for the annual onslaught of company can seem a little daunting – especially if you have kids to keep busy as well. One way to channel their energy is to make them part of the preparations, and there's nothing like a fun craft project to capture their imaginations.

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Recipes We Love: Stuffed Sweet Dumpling Squash

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Author: Seventh Generation

If a vegetable can be described as "cute," then sweet dumpling squash are every bit as adorable as their name. Available throughout the autumn months, sweet dumpling squash is a relatively small winter variety whose size makes them perfect for stuffing and roasting. Cut one open, and you'll find bright-orange flesh similar to that of a sweet potato but not as firm or dense.

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Halloween Costumes That Won't Frighten the Planet

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Author: the Inkslinger

The surest sign that autumn is knocking at the gate comes each year in the dying light of late September. Over a dinner plate filled with garden finality, my daughter will invariably look up out of the blue and ask in sudden panic, "Hey! What am I going to be for Halloween?"

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