Vol. 8 Nbr. 11, December 2007
- Hello, winter. Goodbye, 2007.
- Coffee and tea and cocoa ... oh my!(Cover story)
- Rearrange & rejuvenate: Mary Anne Winslow shares how an energetic Feng Shui home makeover can help you start the New Year off on the right foot.
- A bio of Bioheat[R]: a crash course in the alternative heating fuel: Brian Winslett offers up information and answers FAQs so you can warm up your winter with an eco-friendly twist.
- Finding your past: New Life Journal's continued interview with Cherokee spiritual leader Grandmother Red Leaf.
- Winterize with aromatherapy: Pamala Jurek gives prescriptions essential for curing your winter blues.
- Small moves, big changes: Simone Seitz helps you get moving to find calm in the holiday stress and rejuvenate for the New Year.
- Fireside gardening: plan your perfect garden for 2008 with Dr. Jeanine Davis.
- Overcoming a wintering over: eating local through the darker months: it's a possible and delicious option, explains Peter Marks.
- What keeps a cynical environmentalist going? Heather Rayburn delves deep to figure it out and shines a hopeful light on our present situation for the coming year.
- A West Asheville bungalow is born again: New Life Journal's green home experts board takes a look at a 1925 home's green face-lift.
- Q&A: sustainable materials and fibers.
- Delicious, decadent and dairy-free desserts: explore delicious vegan treats to bring to your holiday table with Jane Quincannon Stanchich.
- Bob Bowles: high-tech community conductor/ Knows where his food comes from.