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Ponchos, Capes and Wraps, Oh My! Autumn's Trend is a Perennial Fave

Ponchos, Capes and Wraps, Oh My! Autumn's Trend is a Perennial Fave

Ponchos, capes and wraps as shown above in T:The New York Times Style Magazine. There is just something so utterly wonderful and feminine (and ridiculously […]

by × October 19, 2012 × 0 comments

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Eco-Chic Decor from Bacchus-Inspired Aesthetics

Eco-Chic Decor from Bacchus-Inspired Aesthetics

Guest post by Shireen Quodosi What comes more easily in this economy than an assortment of empty wine bottles after you’ve just thrown a smashing […]

by × September 13, 2009 × 4 comments

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Romping About in Samantha Pleet's Fall, 2009 Collection

Romping About in Samantha Pleet's Fall, 2009 Collection

Designing since 2005, Samantha Pleet was quickly recognized as an up-and-coming designer, earning her a collection with Urban Outfitters called Rapscallion. Now, Samantha has gone […]

by × August 13, 2009 × 5 comments

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Best Office Air Cleaners: Get Your Indoor Plant On

Best Office Air Cleaners: Get Your Indoor Plant On

If your office environment is anything like mine, chances are you’re surrounded by rows and rows of cubical farms (covered in hideous synthetic fabric pattern!), […]

by × May 15, 2008 × 2 comments

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Nuclear Is No Option

A few months ago, I posted here a compendium of reasons why I live in Germany. Though I’d intended the post as an answer to […]

by × April 1, 2008 × 6 comments

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Nature Kids, Hot Water Woes, and Pellet Stoves

Nature Kids, Hot Water Woes, and Pellet Stoves

I want my child to connect with nature, but how can a suburban park be designed to both protect visitors from Lyme disease–carrying ticks and […]

by × February 1, 2008 × 7 comments

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Living Modestly Is Not Uncomfortable

Living Modestly Is Not Uncomfortable

I hate that living modestly is starting to be equated with disregarding the comforts that we’ve been given… instead of a noble and earth saving […]

by × January 27, 2008 × 4 comments

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Roam If You Want To (But Not if You're a Bear)

Roam If You Want To (But Not if You're a Bear)

This map, scanned from Patagonia’s latest catalog, details a grizzly’s 50-mile journey, which in the world of a bear, isn’t even really that far of […]

by × January 8, 2008 × 3 comments

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Gotta Keep on Top of the Bills!

Yeesh! There’s a flurry of activity surrounding environmental issues in Congress and it’s all I can do to keep up! Here’s what’s going on: TOMORROW, […]

by × October 30, 2007 × 0 comments

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Manufactured Landscapes

Manufactured Landscapes

For a while now, I’ve been hearing about this incredible documentary that follows Canadian landscape photographer Edward Burtynsky as he embarks on a tour through […]

by × August 12, 2007 × 4 comments