Living Roundup: SATC Secrets & More

Gaiam Staff by Gaiam Staff | May 30th, 2008 | No Comments
topic: Conscious Living News

Every week we highlight the best articles, blogs, news, videos and interesting Web tidbits to help you live green, be healthy, and connect with your sense of spirituality. Read our roundup for info that just helps you live better.

Sex and The City Diet and Workout Secrets

Looking at the four sexy stars of Sex and the City is enough to inspire us all to take another look at our diets and workouts. So, how do they do it? (Healthy Hollywood )

Eco-Friendly Paths to Exfoliation

In an age of global warming and high gas prices, is it any wonder that more spagoers are gravitating to spa products that are cultivated locally? (New York Times)

How to Choose the Best Summer Camp

Camp is a great place for children to experience nature — something crucial if future generations are to deal with enormous environmental challenges ahead. Here are 5 questions to ask camp directors. (The Daily Green)

Hell Hath No Fury Like a Mom with a Blog

It’s a self-evident truth that moms know best. Here are eleven ways moms use social media to pursue the mom agenda. (Sustainablog)

White House Issues Climate Report 4 Years Late

Under a court order and four years late, the White House produced a science-based report acknowledging that humans are causing climate change. (Associated Press)

The Geography of America’s Carbon Footprint

When decreasing your carbon footprint, it may be easier to change location than to trade in your SUV. Although Americans living in cities account for most greenhouse gas emissions, they also have smaller carbon footprints than those who aren’t. (WorldChanging)

Reese Witherspoon’s Red Carpet Yoga and Running Routine

Reese’s yoga teacher lets out the secret workout that keeps the super-busy 32-year old actress and mom red carpet ready. Also, check out the Oscar-winner’s playlist that goes with it. (IYogaLife)

Pb & Jail

Childhood exposure to high lead levels leads to smaller brain mass and is linked to criminal behavior and violence, according to two new comprehensive studies. (Grist)

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