10 Reasons Why You Should Say NO to Sugar We are all somewhat aware that sugar isn’t good for us. But do we actually have any idea why? Can we list out any solid anti-sugar reasons? Not to worry, Green Queen to the rescue. Here are 10 reasons why you should avoid sugar as close to […]
I grew up in the USA and while I don’t adhere to everything that’s “made in America,” Americans do win hands down when it comes to celebrating holidays. Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Halloween! You name it and they know how to celebrate it! I get quite nostalgic thinking about my daughter growing up in[Read More...]
One of Green Queen’s favorite recipe sites ever is Elana’s Pantry. This wonderful, delicious and easy to make recipe comes straight from Elena Amsterdam’s fabulous blog. Orange Chocolate Coconut Clusters
It’s Wednesday Word Day at Green Queen! Today’s word is: upcycling (ʌpˈsʌɪklɪŋ), verb to convert discarded, old and/or previously used items/waste into new materials of greater quality and/or environmental quality; creatively re-crafting ordinary items/objects in order to transform them into design and/or art pieces.
In a earlier post, Green Queen introduced the Green Halloween movement. We simply love it! Here, 10 reasons why Green Halloween is the right choice for your body and for the planet. Or, 10 facts to spout to your friends and family when they ask why you are joining Green Halloween! 1) Processed candy is[Read More...]
New week, new health habit? Do you find yourself making promises to yourself on Sunday night about certain health habits you need to improve? Do you vow to cut out sugar/coffee/gluten? Do you pre-pack your gym bag, swearing to yourself that this week, you WILL become a Body Pump regular? Why set yourself up for[Read More...]
It’s that time of the year again. Pumpkins and skeletons seem to pop up everywhere. Supermarkets are pushing sweets, candies and chocolates. Party invites flood your inbox. You feel compelled to dress up in strange costumes. It’s Halloween of course. The one day a year we encourage kids to stuff their little faces with sugar-filled[Read More...]
Going green can be overwhelming, seem impossible and appear to require a massive time and money investment to start with. Not so. Green Queen dishes out 5 easy, wallet-friendly suggestions for greening your home ASAP. Enjoy!
It’s Wednesday Word Day at Green Queen! Every Wednesday, Green Queen is going to post a new eco word/phrase and its definition in the hopes that we can all improve our green vocabulary. Eventually these entries will add up to create Green Queen’s very own Green Glossary. Happy Learning! Today’s word is: greenwashing (ˈɡriːnˌwɒʃɪŋ), verb
Even if you are completely uninterested in the organic movement and the word green is just a colour to you, this short video by Healthy Child Healthy World, a non profit dedicated to protecting children from harmful chemicals, will undoubtedly move you. Even if you don’t have kids. I first watched it on green-proofer and[Read More...]
Most of us have probably hear the word organic a lot these days. Some of us might already be striving towards 100% organic diets while others- most of us I suspect- feel guilty every time we reach for the regular broccoli in the produce isle of the supermarket. It isn’t easy to eat and buy organic.[Read More...]
Everyone hates email spam or ‘cyber pollution’ as Green Queen refers to it. Most of us receive far too many emails to read and managing one’s email subscriptions can feel like a full time job! So the last thing Green Queen wants to do is add to your (cyber) burden. But Green Queen is going[Read More...]
Just watched the incredibly inspiring and informational new documentary Forks and Knives last night and was once again reminded about how important it is for us to educate ourselves about our food and eating choices.
This blog has been a long time in the making so I am thrilled to finally be able to launch it into cyberspace! Green Queen’s ethos is to encourage, support and inspire all those souls out there who want to live a greener, cleaner, kinder life.