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Have an Eco-Friendly Christmas, it's the best time of the year...

The too warm, too wet weather this week has had me hoping a white Christmas is still possible this year. I don't know if there'll be snow for Christmas, but let's do our best to keep the snow in New Hampshire's winters by celebrating an eco-friendly holiday. Here are some GreenLifeNH tips for a holly jolly holiday without all the humbug.

For lots of sustainable Christmas tree ideas, including information on how to care for a live tree, check out The Christmas Tree Question.

You can check out how we use pine boughs, poinsettias, and pinecones to bring some seasonal cheer to our house by visiting Decorating with Nature - Winter Edition.

Feeling chilly? Learn how to stay warm and cozy without turning up the heat by creating a winter hygge survival kit.

Want to give the gift of sustainability this holiday season? Check out our gift guide, offering suggestions for DIY, local, and eco-friendly gifts for everyone on your list.

Get creative with your gift wrapping this year with our gift wrapping guide.

Winter Solstice is just around the corner. Check out how our family celebrates, enjoy a favorite soup recipe, and relive the joy of last year's solstice snow with my last Happy Solstice!

I hope whatever holiday you celebrate this winter is filled with joy, cheer, and SNOW!

- Hannah

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