Episode 91 – Interview with Nicola Syme
Nicola Syme in Her Own Words
Nicola Syme is the designer/creator of sustainable, environmentally friendly and ethical sleepwear, loungewear and yoga wear company, Happiest Girl In The World. Continue reading
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Nicola Syme is the designer/creator of sustainable, environmentally friendly and ethical sleepwear, loungewear and yoga wear company, Happiest Girl In The World. Continue reading →
Building a good relationship with your soil may not be high on your list of New Year’s resolutions.
But it’s key to establishing a healthy, abundant garden, according to Linda Borghi.
In this episode of the podcast, Linda, co-founder of the online educational site, Farm-A-Yard, returns to dig a little deeper into the topic of soil.
Tinia Pina is making fertilizer from food waste. How cool is that? During our interview, we learn that Tinia was volunteering in an inner city school located in what we call a food desert – an area where access to fresh food is either non-existing or not affordable to the population. Continue reading →
How to find a purpose driven business life is on the mind of many new and seasoned entrepreneurs. Many start out on the long, and sometimes arduous journey of being one’s own boss, with the idea to create a better life. Continue reading →
Like many of you, one of the biggest reasons I had for choosing green living as my path was because it was more in line with my values.
At that time, I looked around for environmentally friendly and ethically produced products but found they were expensive and difficult to find.
I would have loved to have access to “A Greener Daily Life“, a website founded and run by Chet Van Wert, to connect “conscious consumers with sustainable, ethical brands.”
Imagine a new economy that has the betterment of mankind as the driving force, instead of profits.
Seriously. Take a moment and envision what the world would be like if those who did good for humans and the planet were the ones who were rewarded.
This is the type of world that Perry Gruber wants to create.
Marianne interviews Courtney Walters of U.W. Trading Company. Courtney lived in a sustainable community in Peru. Meditating in the jungle made her realize that community is very important to her and that her place is San Diego. But she brought her jungle experience to her life in San Diego by starting a coffee importing company supporting farmers in Peru growing coffee in a sustainable way. Learn more about Courtney here.
Life in the jungle of Peru is as different from university life on a well manicured campus overlooking the ocean in San Diego as it can be. After finishing school, Courtney Walters (click here to…