Interested in learning how to blog? Want to take your idea of founding a new company (or growing an existing one) in a mission-based direction? I’m teaching classes on both subjects at FA360 on an ongoing basis. Hope to see you there!
Just a WHOOHOOOO!!!! that Eco-chick.com’s Facebook page now has over 5,000 fans. :))))
I contributed my travel tips to About.com’s luxury travel site: Read all the other excellent tips here:
I wrote all about my awesome experience swimming with whale sharks in Cancun over at LuxuryTravel.About.com – check it out to get the full story….
Bringing together most of my favorite topics, I’m excited to announce that I’m working with the awesome team over at Ecosalon.com!
The article, “All Natural” in the July/August, 2013 print version of Metropolis magazine (you can read the online version here), was a blast to report. Such talented young designers with an incredible vision of how low-impact—yet still high design—furniture can be. I want a chair made from mushrooms now!
“Experiment” is the word that pops up, like mushrooms after a rainstorm, when Merjan Sisman and Brian McClellan describe their industrial design thesis project at Philadelphia University. At the beginning of their senior year, their goal was to design something from living materials. After deciding against a slime mold–based leather, they hit upon mycelium, which is essentially the roots of a mushroom. (Picture the weblike interior of a rotted log with mushrooms growing from the top.)
To read the rest of the article, click here.
One of my fondest dreams is to have the opportunity to write about amazing destinations and travel experiences. As the newest member of the LuxuryTravel.About.com team, I’ll get to do just that. Check out my awesome Travel Biography which may be my fave bio yet!
My first story is about the lovely, luxe, and eco-sensitive Sublime Samana, on the Samana peninsula of the Domincan Republic.
Being green fundamentally means understanding that the connection between personal health and environmental health is tied together inextricably. An Eco-Chick is a person who works, in whatever ways are in their power, to reduce their impact, keep informed, and stand up for human, animal and planetary health.
Read more of the Q&A on the Sara Jane Mercer site.