Quick StatsFull Name: Amity Hook-Sopko
Official Website: http://www.greenchildmagazine.com
Occupation: Executive Editor, Green Child Magazine
Amity Hook-Sopko is the Executive Editor of Green Child Magazine, the premiere online magazine for "raising your child the way nature intended" and the author of Green Gifts Guide, a book and blog dedicated to the art of meaningful celebrations and eco-friendly gift giving. She's also an attachment parenting mom of two boys, a member of the Healthy Child Healthy World blogger network, and a Humane Society volunteer.
Since having her two sons, Amity has gone from a full-time working mom... to a stay-at-home-mom... to a work-at-home-mom for the past five years. She transferred her background in Journalism, Public Relations, and Sales & Marketing into a marketing and copywriting firm where she helped small green businesses connect with their ideal audience.
Amity wholeheartedly believes that people are more important than things, and she uses her online voice to promote fair treatment of workers, conscious green decision-making, and making a difference -- even a small one -- every day.
Find her at Green Child Magazine http://www.greenchildmagazine.com or Green Gifts Guide http://www.greengiftsguide.com
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Articles Published on SuperGreenMe: 3
North Pole Cupcakes 2014-12-08 10:26:57 Write a review Save Recipe Print Ingredients 1 1/2 cups organic all-purpose flour 1 cup organic sugar 1 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 cup grass fed butter, softened 1 cup organic milk 2 organic eggs 1 tsp organic pure vanilla extract Instructions Preheat oven to 375°F . Mix together the dry ingredients (flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt) Add in wet ingredients (butter, milk, eggs, and vanilla) and mix on med-high until smooth. Scoop the...
We all have a different idea of what a traditional Christmas looks like. Some take solace while packing their tree away that it will be reused year after year, saving money and the lives of beautiful evergreen forests. Others feel the connection to nature while hunting down the perfect tree, safe in the knowledge that their tree will provide mulch after it has performed its cheerful holiday duty. And so far, both sides have seemed accurate in their assumptions. Until now. It seems that one...
“Love is what’s in the room with you if you stop opening presents and listen.” ~ Bobby, age 7 If you have a deep faith and keep the rituals of your religious tradition, then you’ve probably given a lot of thought to your child’s spiritual development and have your holiday religious plans all mapped out. If, on the other hand, you wonder how to put what you believe into words and aren’t sure what spiritual beliefs you want to pass on to your kids, this post...
If you’ve been considering homeschool education, here’s your chance to try one of our top choices in home education. Oak Meadow has been a part of the educational landscape since 1975. Their compassionate, child-centered approach to homeschool encourages critical thinking and intellectual development through hands-on activities, interdisciplinary projects, and thoughtful reading and writing practice. In fact, some of the Green Child staff children are distance...
Family tradition, festive décor, and fun way to wrap small treats or gifts… holiday crackers can be customized to any seasonal celebration. And they’re fun for kids to make! As the name suggests, traditional crackers opened with a bang when pulled apart by each end. Some even contained messages or words of inspiration. The great part about making your own is deciding what goes inside! Materials: Cardboard rolls Recycled paper (or fabric) String Ribbon Tape Scissors Bangers...