Advice on How to Have a Stress-Free Holiday Season, Whole Foods Tomorrow at 10 am. ~ via Jen Marshall

Via elephant journal
on Nov 9, 2009
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Holidays already stressing you out? Worried about your family’s health? Maybe it’s time to chat…

Join Robyn O’Brien, mother of four, activist, and author of The Unhealthy Truth: How Our Food Is Making Us Sick and What We Can Do About It, on a live video chat. Learn her simple and no fuss ways to create non-toxic holidays, both physically with natural ingredients and mentally with stress reduction tips.

Heres the Scoop:

WHAT: Live Online Video Chat and Q&A: “How to have Non-toxic Holidays – Real Solutions From a Real Mom” Hosted by Whole Food Market-Rocky Mt Region. The live chat format allows participants to ask Robyn questions directly from the convenience of their own computer.

WHO: Robyn O’Brien, also known as founder of AllergyKids , author and recently recognized as one of Shape Magazine’s 2009 “Women Who Shape the World”

WHEN: November 10, 2009; 10 – 11 a.m. MST. Introduction by Stacee McGovern of Whole Foods Market

HOW: Log in on for FREE on Nov. 10:

If you are a Facebook user, click this link to interact and ask questions during the chat:

For Non-Facebook users, simply follow this link to listen in!

WHY: One in five Americans are worried that holiday stress could affect their physical health and while moms are busy year-round, 45 percent get no more than a few minutes a day to themselves during the holiday season. That’s a 48 percent reduction in “me-time” from the rest of the year.

Imagine a holiday season with less stress, more convenient shopping and better-behaved family members. Visit the Whole Foods Website for how-to videos, recipes and online ordering system to make this season easier on all of us.

This event is made possible by Whole Foods Market and is free and open to the media and public.


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