Bedroom September 3 2012
HOW TO GREEN YOUR WARDROBE ::: The Green Stylist
For years I have worked as a fashion designer, a sustainability consultant and eco blogger. I’ve been asked by women, striving to lead a healthy and sustainable lifestyle, how their wardrobe fits into a sustainable lifestyle?
There are many ways to green your wardrobe, and here are seven ways get you started. Your lust-worthy green wardrobe awaits!
About Julia: Julia Vasic, holds a Fashion Design degree from the Parsons School of Design and studied fashion at Central Saint Martins in London. She also holds a B.S. in Biology with a minor in Studio Art from Northeastern University and an MBA from the Presidio Graduate School in Sustainable Management. She worked for a number of years as a fashion designer for luxury fashion brands, and now is the Editor-in-Chief of The Green Stylist (www.thegreenstylist.com), a sustainable fashion and beauty blog, and is the eponymous designer of Julia Vasic, a luxury eco fashion band (www.juliavasic.com).
A SEUSSIAN TRAGEDY ::: Life Your Way!
Before she knew it, the marvelous tool meant to help build her readership became so time consuming that she was no longer able to find time to actually write.
Oh, and the best part? This tragic tale is presented a la Dr. Seuss!
About Chris: Chris Dean is the wife of an extremely tolerant man, Mom of four fairly functional adult-kids, world-class music junkie, and all around nut job! She began writing Life Your Way! as a way to help keep her sanity while going through the diagnostic phase for an autoimmune disease.
Chris dealt with this speed-bump the same way she’s always dealt with these things, education and laughter. Her mantra has become, “A life without laughter is a life unlived.” And living is exactly what she makes it her goal to do and hopefully inspire others to do as well!
IT’S TOO LATE TO TURN BACK NOW ::: Brenda Moguez
Life conditioning prepares a woman for the unexpected. Most of us gals possess similar if not identical skills to 007 and MacGyver. We tackle our daily life without much introspection. We just get on with it and go where we need to go. It’s not until we reach the destination that we pause, question our own motives, and then have a meltdown. Is it better to know everything or nothing when building your Field of Dreams?
About Brenda: Brenda Moguez, is writer embracing her inner Xena, Princess Warrior, as she tackles the list of possibilities. She favors writing a story over vacuuming the dust bunny commune growing under her bed. When she’s not sitting on her bed writing she’s thinking about writing. She is currently finishing the second novel while shopping the first one. She’s lives in San Francisco with her family and a fat cat. All but the cat has accepted her passion for writing. You can find her at http://www.brendamoguez.com/, where she explores passionate pursuits in all its forms.
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TESTIMONY, or THE DOCTOR WAS RIGHT ::: Good Day, Regular People
Do I sound like I’m having a late-in-life baby? Has the GNC guy finally sold me something worth the $20 for 30 pills he’s always trying to talk me into? After ten years of reading Prevention magazine, did I say Yes and jump on the drink eight glasses of water a day bandwagon?
Wait. It gets better.
About Alexandra: Alexandra is a first generation American who writes memoir and humor for various writing websites. She posts on her personal blog Good Day, Regular People of life in a small town as the mother of three boys. Alexandra was named a 2011 BlogHer Voice of The Year/Humor and 2012 Most Interesting Blogger and Best Female Blogger by Studio30Plus, an online writing community. She proudly presented alongside Molly Ringwald as part of the nationally acclaimed The Moth Live Storyteller’s Tour, and not once asked her about the dress in Pretty in Pink.
BlogHer 2011 Voice of The Year/Humor