Stay Zen while packing for the holidays and other adventures

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When I used to travel fairly regularly for work, packing went from a stress-laden event where I started to pack days in advance to an almost meditative process for me. Now that Halloween is behind us, the holiday travel frenzy is looming near, so here are my top tips for staying sane and keeping things sustainable while prepping for your next adventure. Continue reading “Stay Zen while packing for the holidays and other adventures”

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“Nothing is beautiful that causes ugliness in any other place or at any other time in the world.” – David Orr

Designing for Waste Reduction

The saying goes that the kitchen is the heart of the home, but what about kitchens in the office? Is the office kitchen an afterthought because it’s not “the money-making room”? How do building designers, owners, and executives really view these spaces? Have you ever thought about the sheer volume of stuff that goes through office kitchens?

Briefly put, we need to bring our mentality of the home kitchen into the office. Easily accessible, adequately sized  office kitchens (plural) with extensive storage will not only yield significant cost savings but also exponentially encourage the wide use of sustainable waste reduction and recycling practices. Here’s how: Continue reading “Designing for Waste Reduction”

As an entry point, start with the things people love…Then engage them in how the things they love can be simpler, smarter and better. Tom’s, Tesla, AirBnB…have simply designed great products and services that people love and intuitively know are better for the world, without having it laboriously spelled out.

-Will Gardner, CEO of Collectively

Success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm. -Winston Churchill

A new transparency database I am thrilled about:

Project JUST

Check it out! It’s just what the fashion industry needs to keep (start?) moving towards sustainability, social equity, and better knowledge of their sourcing and supply chain impacts.

When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new. – Dalai Lama

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