Wednesday, December 24, 2014 - 20:43 PM

Whether you live in the city or country, you can grow your own food. Today, we’re talking about how to get started. Gardening is one of my favorite things to do -- it’s a great way to teach Malia and Sasha about fresh, nutritious food -- and I’m excited to share some tips and ideas.

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Today we will be launching our new Guest Editor series at iVillage, and what I’m most excited about is that it will bring you closer than ever to personalities in our culture -- prominent figures representing a broad cross section of experience, opinion, and background.
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