Episode 142

Building a Tiny House

by Emily Gerde

Isabelle Nagel-Brice is a tiny house consultant, guiding people through the different phases of their builds.  She has put together The Healthy Tiny House Kit, which she offers to DIY and professional builders looking to build a chemical-free and healthy tiny home with continuous fresh air ventilation. Continue reading

Episode 140

Drawbacks of Tiny House Living

We all know how much Emily loves living in a small space but are there any drawbacks to tiny house living?

In this conversation, we are exploring some of the issues Emily discovered after they made the move to their tiny home.

Just to be clear, Emily is now as much in love with her tiny home as she was in previous episodes. Maybe even more so since she is currently living in a camper. Moving back to her tiny house will feel like living in a palace. Continue reading

Episode 138

Sustainable Outdoor Sports

Pia Piscitelli, our sustainable travel expert, examines in this month’s segment the impact of outdoor sports on our environment. Many of us love to be outside whenever we can.

The beaches are calling us to try out surfing. Or maybe you prefer camping in the mountains? Both are great and both have one thing in common: Equipment is needed. Continue reading

Episode 134

Diana MacDonald is Introducing Herself

I have been a professional photographer since 1993, and have been shooting stock photography since 1996 when I moved to Florida and landed a job as an in-house stock photographer for SuperStock, a stock agency in Jacksonville. In 1998 I left the agency and branched out on my own, shooting what is known as macro stock for a company called Eyewire, which had previously been owned by Adobe, and was bought out by Getty Images. I shot exclusively for Getty for many years, but with the advent of microstock agencies, the business changed drastically, so I now shoot for 5 micro agencies as well as for Getty and for Alamy (a UK based macro stock agency.) Continue reading