Littering Stinks Somewhere, tucked in a box down in my basement is a picture of me dressed as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Litter Critter. I was the right height and weight to wear this full sized costume as the mascot for the state’s anti-litter campaign. Yes … it was hot, Yes … it was heavy, […]
Just One Question . . . In 2006, Jenifer O’Neill (a close friend and associate in my marketing agency, Purple Ink.) and I began dreaming of ways we could merge our business experience with our shared values about healthier living. The conversation led us to resurrect a magazine I had published fairly successfully 15 years […]
Inspired by our recent Earth Day radio show, I did a fun Care2 post about 25 ways to celebrate Earth Day without buying anything. Here’s a little bit of that rant: Make it a non-Consumer Earth Day AND become a smart, eco-friendly consumer all year round There are millions of new wonderful ‘green living’ gadgets, […]
I think it is safe to post this now . . . Looking forward to a new age (well, at least a new year) of health, prosperity and good green fun. Other than my scheduled appearance on FOX Good Day New York on Christmas day (scheduled for 9:40am, but ya never know in the news biz), this green diva will be enjoying family more and digital interaction less for the next week or so.
Having overcome powerlessness, exercised my right to vote (and my gluts on the all-up-hill walk home from my polling place!) and let out a hefty sigh of relief that there wasn’t any serious electile dysfunction, we thought we’d be on the air last night for our postponed first show from last week, but . . […]
My kitchen has been overtaken by tomatoes. For the past week, the countertops have been lined with spillover from a late summer harvest. It’s a blessing, but also a real dilemma for a brown-thumb, largely kitchen-phobic girl who for nearly three decades picked the tomatoes out of everything. I love fresh produce as much as […]