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2015-04-29 20:13:44 (0 comments, 9 reshares, 95 +1s)Open 

Thank you Ecouterre !

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2014-12-28 13:30:06 (0 comments, 7 reshares, 99 +1s)Open 

A new era of authenticity says +The New York Times. We are honored to be profiled in leading this movement.

http://nyti.ms/1xoPSBi

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2015-06-22 14:01:53 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 46 +1s)Open 

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2015-06-01 14:44:48 (0 comments, 4 reshares, 36 +1s)Open 

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2015-05-13 11:09:49 (0 comments, 5 reshares, 38 +1s)Open 

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2015-04-29 20:13:44 (0 comments, 9 reshares, 95 +1s)Open 

Thank you Ecouterre !

Thank you Ecouterre !___

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2015-04-05 20:09:54 (0 comments, 8 reshares, 59 +1s)Open 

Congratulations to my friend Francine on her wonderful essay in the Huffington Post detailing the good work her organization, Same Sky, does for ex-offender women entrepreneurs in Jersey City.   

Congratulations to my friend Francine on her wonderful essay in the Huffington Post detailing the good work her organization, Same Sky, does for ex-offender women entrepreneurs in Jersey City.   ___

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2015-02-24 18:06:47 (0 comments, 6 reshares, 65 +1s)Open 

+Fran Hauser's latest for Levo League is chalk full of great advice for budding entrepreneurs.  

+Fran Hauser's latest for Levo League is chalk full of great advice for budding entrepreneurs.  ___

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2015-01-04 12:02:51 (0 comments, 4 reshares, 67 +1s)Open 

+Richard Beaven and his wife Mimi are living out my dream.  

+Richard Beaven and his wife Mimi are living out my dream.  ___

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2014-12-28 13:30:06 (0 comments, 7 reshares, 99 +1s)Open 

To see +Zady, the brand we began in a 1-bedroom New York apartment two years ago, profiled in the Sunday Business Section of +The New York Times is truly overwhelming. Thank you to my alma mater for sharing our story with the world. 

A new era of authenticity says +The New York Times. We are honored to be profiled in leading this movement.

http://nyti.ms/1xoPSBi___To see +Zady, the brand we began in a 1-bedroom New York apartment two years ago, profiled in the Sunday Business Section of +The New York Times is truly overwhelming. Thank you to my alma mater for sharing our story with the world. 

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2014-12-24 19:29:12 (0 comments, 4 reshares, 60 +1s)Open 

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2014-12-23 20:40:05 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 49 +1s)Open 

+Chrysanthe Tenentes tells it like it is. 

+Chrysanthe Tenentes tells it like it is. ___

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2014-12-22 19:04:32 (0 comments, 4 reshares, 40 +1s)Open 

A huge boost for sustainability is coming from digital connectivity, with social media creating new ways of influencing people’s activities, attitudes and behaviour. At BT’s Better Future Forum earlier this year, participants discussed ways that social media and connectivity were helping people learn about sustainability. 

As Mark Earls, founder of agency HERD Consulting said: “The really interesting thing about the wider adoption of digital tech is that it makes the choices and enthusiasms of others more visible rather than less visible.” 

So social media has the power to enhance peer group pressure, and spread the word about sustainability. The advantage of social media is that influence spreads through sharing and encouragement, rather than by pressuring people to conform.

Connectivity is also enhancing sustainability by opening up people’s eyes to the waysproducts an... more »

A huge boost for sustainability is coming from digital connectivity, with social media creating new ways of influencing people’s activities, attitudes and behaviour. At BT’s Better Future Forum earlier this year, participants discussed ways that social media and connectivity were helping people learn about sustainability. 

As Mark Earls, founder of agency HERD Consulting said: “The really interesting thing about the wider adoption of digital tech is that it makes the choices and enthusiasms of others more visible rather than less visible.” 

So social media has the power to enhance peer group pressure, and spread the word about sustainability. The advantage of social media is that influence spreads through sharing and encouragement, rather than by pressuring people to conform.

Connectivity is also enhancing sustainability by opening up people’s eyes to the ways products and services are manufactured along the supply chain. For instance, slow fashion startup Zady, which aims to create longer-lasting clothes, shows films about the production process of the clothes on its website, including a film of the people involved in making the products. Transparency is an integral part of boosting sustainability, since knowledge about production allows people to choose processes that are more ethical and better for the environment.

Technology can open people’s eyes to sustainability, but messages need to be kept simple and clear. The focus should be first on creating great products that serve a need with built in environmental and social benefits, but technology also has a role in recognising what really transforms our behaviour towards living more sustainable lives.___

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2014-12-12 23:13:00 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 46 +1s)Open 

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2014-12-12 16:33:32 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 36 +1s)Open 

You might be feeling like your digital life is creeping too far into your real life, because, well, 2015.

You might be feeling like your digital life is creeping too far into your real life, because, well, 2015.___

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2014-12-09 16:06:01 (0 comments, 4 reshares, 34 +1s)Open 

Different cultures, styles, and generations fuse in the cooking of Marcus Samuellson. Born in Ethiopia, after his mother’s death from Tuberculosis, Marcus was adopted and raised in Sweden, where his family reveled in making fresh food, that inspired his culinary dreams. After training in Sweden and apprenticeships in Switzerland and Austria, Marcus came to New York in 1991 to apprentice at Restaurant Aquavit. At the ripe old age of 24, Marcus became executive chef of Aquavit, and soon after that became the youngest chef ever to receive a three-star restaurant review from The New York Times. In 2003 he was named “Best Chef: New York City” by the James Beard Foundation. A long time resident of Harlem, his own restaurant, Red Rooster, opened in uptown Manhattan in December 2010. With a new book out,“Marcus Off Duty”, we chat with Chef Samuellson about cooking fresh food at home over the holidays.

Different cultures, styles, and generations fuse in the cooking of Marcus Samuellson. Born in Ethiopia, after his mother’s death from Tuberculosis, Marcus was adopted and raised in Sweden, where his family reveled in making fresh food, that inspired his culinary dreams. After training in Sweden and apprenticeships in Switzerland and Austria, Marcus came to New York in 1991 to apprentice at Restaurant Aquavit. At the ripe old age of 24, Marcus became executive chef of Aquavit, and soon after that became the youngest chef ever to receive a three-star restaurant review from The New York Times. In 2003 he was named “Best Chef: New York City” by the James Beard Foundation. A long time resident of Harlem, his own restaurant, Red Rooster, opened in uptown Manhattan in December 2010. With a new book out,“Marcus Off Duty”, we chat with Chef Samuellson about cooking fresh food at home over the holidays.___

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2014-12-08 22:17:42 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 44 +1s)Open 

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2014-12-04 13:25:17 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 28 +1s)Open 

The best thing I've read in weeks.

The best thing I've read in weeks.___

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2014-12-02 22:56:13 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

If you can’t find the perfect gift, make it. Giving the gift of deliciousness is a fail-safe plan: everyone loves unwrapping something tasty. Edible/imbibe-able treats are a thoughtful, elegant present that won’t break the bank or end up in the “return” or “donate” heap. Here are five simple, lovely beauties.

If you can’t find the perfect gift, make it. Giving the gift of deliciousness is a fail-safe plan: everyone loves unwrapping something tasty. Edible/imbibe-able treats are a thoughtful, elegant present that won’t break the bank or end up in the “return” or “donate” heap. Here are five simple, lovely beauties.___

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2014-12-02 22:12:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

In the midst of winter holiday mayhem, Museum of Modern Art senior curator Paola Antonelli seemed to have had enough. She took to Twitter: “‘Food hacks?’ Really? That’s how cooking with leftovers is now called? Then my grandma was a ninja outlaw swashbuckling pirate!”

Indeed, much of our supposed rediscovery of do-it-yourself creativity and “life hack” thriftiness involves skills that were considered necessary ones in life not all that long ago. And among the ones most sorely missing involve our basic command of repairing and maintaining the things we wear. We became addicted to replacing one cheap piece of apparel with another, assuming that it would be more cost- and time-effective just to throw the damaged piece away than to repair it – after all, we figured it would be out of style in a few months anyway.

In the midst of winter holiday mayhem, Museum of Modern Art senior curator Paola Antonelli seemed to have had enough. She took to Twitter: “‘Food hacks?’ Really? That’s how cooking with leftovers is now called? Then my grandma was a ninja outlaw swashbuckling pirate!”

Indeed, much of our supposed rediscovery of do-it-yourself creativity and “life hack” thriftiness involves skills that were considered necessary ones in life not all that long ago. And among the ones most sorely missing involve our basic command of repairing and maintaining the things we wear. We became addicted to replacing one cheap piece of apparel with another, assuming that it would be more cost- and time-effective just to throw the damaged piece away than to repair it – after all, we figured it would be out of style in a few months anyway.___

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2014-12-02 20:13:52 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

Today we have Christmas, Hanukkah, birthday, hostess, baby shower, wedding and anniversary gifts, just to name some special gift occasions off the top of my head. But was gift-giving always such an integral part of human culture?

A comprehensive history of gift-giving could fill an entire set of the (now exclusively digital) Encyclopedia Britannica, but for our purposes, let’s stick to the juicy highlights.

As an evolutionary trait, the act of giving a gift could be as old as humans. Men who generously gave would have more easily attracted a mate, and small gifts of food to females have been observed in our relatives, the chimpanzees.

Today we have Christmas, Hanukkah, birthday, hostess, baby shower, wedding and anniversary gifts, just to name some special gift occasions off the top of my head. But was gift-giving always such an integral part of human culture?

A comprehensive history of gift-giving could fill an entire set of the (now exclusively digital) Encyclopedia Britannica, but for our purposes, let’s stick to the juicy highlights.

As an evolutionary trait, the act of giving a gift could be as old as humans. Men who generously gave would have more easily attracted a mate, and small gifts of food to females have been observed in our relatives, the chimpanzees.___

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2014-12-02 20:10:36 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

We are a nation of people in serious need of some time off. According to a poll by the U.S. Travel Association and GfK, a market research firm, about 40% of Americans don’t take our full paid vacation time. There are a million reasons not to take a vacation. Work is piling up as you read this. You can’t possibly leave your coworkers to pick up your slack. Your puppy has been sick. And a trip comes with a price tag, often a substantial one.

As Paul Tsongas famously wrote, “Nobody on his deathbed ever said, ‘I wish I had spent more time at the office.”

We are a nation of people in serious need of some time off. According to a poll by the U.S. Travel Association and GfK, a market research firm, about 40% of Americans don’t take our full paid vacation time. There are a million reasons not to take a vacation. Work is piling up as you read this. You can’t possibly leave your coworkers to pick up your slack. Your puppy has been sick. And a trip comes with a price tag, often a substantial one.

As Paul Tsongas famously wrote, “Nobody on his deathbed ever said, ‘I wish I had spent more time at the office.”___

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2014-12-02 20:04:31 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

Since childhood, we’ve looked to everyone else for cues about what to do and how to live. It’s entirely natural to search outward for information, or even inspiration. Yet, traveling down the rabbit hole of comparison, the one that leaves us feeling less-than and awful, can fast become much more destructive than helpful. It’s not a fun place to be.

Lao Tzu wrote, “when you are content to simply be yourself and don’t compare or compete, everybody will respect you.” She makes it sound so easy: just stop. But how? Here are some strategies for leaving that dark, miserable hole so that you can bask in the sunshine of self-acceptance and gratitude. It’s better up here.

Since childhood, we’ve looked to everyone else for cues about what to do and how to live. It’s entirely natural to search outward for information, or even inspiration. Yet, traveling down the rabbit hole of comparison, the one that leaves us feeling less-than and awful, can fast become much more destructive than helpful. It’s not a fun place to be.

Lao Tzu wrote, “when you are content to simply be yourself and don’t compare or compete, everybody will respect you.” She makes it sound so easy: just stop. But how? Here are some strategies for leaving that dark, miserable hole so that you can bask in the sunshine of self-acceptance and gratitude. It’s better up here.___

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2014-12-02 20:03:50 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

Going on safari is the quintessential African activity for the quintessential African tourist. Spending $2,000 per night is no small investment, and the sheer number of operators on the continent are enough to keep a prospective visitor in a paralyzed state of Googling for weeks on end. But once you’ve been transplanted from your metropolitan office to the quietest corner of South Africa where wild elephants roam and stars twinkle aloud, it’s worth every penny and every hour of research.

Widely acclaimed to be the continent’s foremost ecotourism provider, Botswana-based Wilderness Safaris operates in 9 different countries in Africa. The spunky Zimbabwe-born CEO, Keith Vincent, speaks with breathless enthusiasm about the bush and the hundreds of Africans he trains, employs, and treats like family. Vincent believes his camps are valuable commercial assets to the communities where theyopera... more »

Going on safari is the quintessential African activity for the quintessential African tourist. Spending $2,000 per night is no small investment, and the sheer number of operators on the continent are enough to keep a prospective visitor in a paralyzed state of Googling for weeks on end. But once you’ve been transplanted from your metropolitan office to the quietest corner of South Africa where wild elephants roam and stars twinkle aloud, it’s worth every penny and every hour of research.

Widely acclaimed to be the continent’s foremost ecotourism provider, Botswana-based Wilderness Safaris operates in 9 different countries in Africa. The spunky Zimbabwe-born CEO, Keith Vincent, speaks with breathless enthusiasm about the bush and the hundreds of Africans he trains, employs, and treats like family. Vincent believes his camps are valuable commercial assets to the communities where they operate, and his entire business model rests on the bedrock of what he calls the 4 C’s: commerce, community, culture, and conservation.___

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2014-12-02 20:02:51 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

You had the best intentions, there were big plans in your iCal to devote yourself to holiday promotions like small business Saturday sales. But alas, if you are like me, you instead found yourself enjoying the long weekend with close family and friends, and maybe even shifting a bit of that determination towards detoxing from Thursday’s celebrations. Don’t start blasting 90’s complaint rock just yet, everything is not lost. Here are a few ways to navigate the seemingly overwhelming waters of holiday shopping and well, actually enjoy yourself doing so.

You had the best intentions, there were big plans in your iCal to devote yourself to holiday promotions like small business Saturday sales. But alas, if you are like me, you instead found yourself enjoying the long weekend with close family and friends, and maybe even shifting a bit of that determination towards detoxing from Thursday’s celebrations. Don’t start blasting 90’s complaint rock just yet, everything is not lost. Here are a few ways to navigate the seemingly overwhelming waters of holiday shopping and well, actually enjoy yourself doing so.___

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2014-12-02 20:02:13 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 21 +1s)Open 

The holidays are wonderful, with all the parties, vacation, family time, and general good cheer. But they are also a time when a lot of people go a little overboard when it comes to consumption, and find themselves ringing in the new year feeling stressed, toxic, or both. Most “holiday health tips” talk about “surviving,” which I think is pretty silly. Chances are you will survive, but what if you could emerge on January 1, not just alive, but thriving, feeling nourished in all the right ways, and totally energized for the new year. Here is a 5 Step Guide to making that happen while still having a really great time.

The holidays are wonderful, with all the parties, vacation, family time, and general good cheer. But they are also a time when a lot of people go a little overboard when it comes to consumption, and find themselves ringing in the new year feeling stressed, toxic, or both. Most “holiday health tips” talk about “surviving,” which I think is pretty silly. Chances are you will survive, but what if you could emerge on January 1, not just alive, but thriving, feeling nourished in all the right ways, and totally energized for the new year. Here is a 5 Step Guide to making that happen while still having a really great time.___

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2014-12-02 19:49:53 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

Well written +mary peffer ! 

Well written +mary peffer ! ___

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2014-12-02 18:55:18 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Join our +Change.org petition and demand transparency from The White House into how our clothing is made - and by whom! 

Join our +Change.org petition and demand transparency from The White House into how our clothing is made - and by whom! ___

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2014-12-02 16:47:06 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

Incredible tips for preserving your jewelry in this +Zady article written by Nicole Atler.  

Incredible tips for preserving your jewelry in this +Zady article written by Nicole Atler.  ___

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2014-11-30 21:30:59 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 24 +1s)Open 

On my holiday wish list is this herringbone throw by Small Trades, made in Dutch Country, PA.  

On my holiday wish list is this herringbone throw by Small Trades, made in Dutch Country, PA.  ___

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2014-11-24 17:57:42 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

Zady’s sweaters launched last week, right on schedule. Back in Oregon, the Carvers’ sheep are sporting next spring’s wool crop. In the past 14 months, 75 American designers have inquired with them for a U.S. yarn source—up from zero in 2009.

Mrs. Carver says she feels she and Zady have more common ground than she once realized. “We’re growing because people want to reconnect to the source of food and fiber and apparel,” Mrs. Carver says. “Food led the way, now apparel is coming on strong.”

Zady’s sweaters launched last week, right on schedule. Back in Oregon, the Carvers’ sheep are sporting next spring’s wool crop. In the past 14 months, 75 American designers have inquired with them for a U.S. yarn source—up from zero in 2009.

Mrs. Carver says she feels she and Zady have more common ground than she once realized. “We’re growing because people want to reconnect to the source of food and fiber and apparel,” Mrs. Carver says. “Food led the way, now apparel is coming on strong.”___

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2014-11-24 14:37:24 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 61 +1s)Open 

The business of slow fashion. 

The business of slow fashion. ___

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2014-11-21 21:51:49 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Apps I like a lot as shared with +The Next Web and the wonderful +Courtney Boyd Myers 

Apps I like a lot as shared with +The Next Web and the wonderful +Courtney Boyd Myers ___

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2014-11-20 21:25:02 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 24 +1s)Open 

Forbes writes, "The fashion industry may be slowing down, but it’s definitely heading in the right direction." 

Forbes writes, "The fashion industry may be slowing down, but it’s definitely heading in the right direction." ___

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2014-11-20 17:57:42 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

#knowyoursource

#knowyoursource___

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2014-11-20 16:33:09 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

.01 The Sweater Has Arrived ... 

www.zady.com 

.01 The Sweater Has Arrived ... 

www.zady.com ___

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2014-11-20 16:13:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

Today we introduce you to .01 The Sweater, the first piece of The Zady Essential Collection. By working with U.S. partners at every step of the apparel supply chain—ranchers, washers, dyers, millers, knitters, and sewers — we’re learning the issues and taking them head on to create a new standard.

Today we introduce you to .01 The Sweater, the first piece of The Zady Essential Collection. By working with U.S. partners at every step of the apparel supply chain—ranchers, washers, dyers, millers, knitters, and sewers — we’re learning the issues and taking them head on to create a new standard.___

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2014-11-20 14:25:59 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 33 +1s)Open 

Yes, I think so.  

Yes, I think so.  ___

2014-11-20 01:41:31 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

Best pie tips ever? 

Best pie tips ever? ___

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2014-11-14 19:32:54 (0 comments, 4 reshares, 27 +1s)Open 

Most of us live fast-paced lives, driven by mantras of carpe diem and “work hard, play hard.” Our intense desire to maximize our experience portfolio and live life to the fullest is fueled by idea that life is short and we have to move fast in order to cram everything in. We unconsciously favor quantity over quality - and it affects how we approach travel, as well. When the anticipation of arrival eclipses the journey itself and a demanding itinerary exhausts us until the anticipation of departure sets in, from where exactly do we derive meaning?

Most of us live fast-paced lives, driven by mantras of carpe diem and “work hard, play hard.” Our intense desire to maximize our experience portfolio and live life to the fullest is fueled by idea that life is short and we have to move fast in order to cram everything in. We unconsciously favor quantity over quality - and it affects how we approach travel, as well. When the anticipation of arrival eclipses the journey itself and a demanding itinerary exhausts us until the anticipation of departure sets in, from where exactly do we derive meaning?___

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2014-11-11 16:37:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

"While big apparel brands ramp up production of a slew of fashions to gear up for the holiday season, Zady, the e-commerce curator of sustainably made womenswear, meanswear and accessories, is set to launch its own collection of ethical styles for the holidays — with one slight difference: It will only sell one item."

"While big apparel brands ramp up production of a slew of fashions to gear up for the holiday season, Zady, the e-commerce curator of sustainably made womenswear, meanswear and accessories, is set to launch its own collection of ethical styles for the holidays — with one slight difference: It will only sell one item."___

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2014-11-10 00:13:07 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

After carelessly throwing almost all of my sweaters in the laundry and accidentally distorting their shape for years, I finally realized something had to change. Who knew there were so many ways to take care of wool? The good news is that wool is low static, resistant to wrinkles, and quite dirt repellant. Because there are a lot of misconceptions about taking care of this material, I’ve decided to share ten useful tips for taking care of woolen items:

After carelessly throwing almost all of my sweaters in the laundry and accidentally distorting their shape for years, I finally realized something had to change. Who knew there were so many ways to take care of wool? The good news is that wool is low static, resistant to wrinkles, and quite dirt repellant. Because there are a lot of misconceptions about taking care of this material, I’ve decided to share ten useful tips for taking care of woolen items:___

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2014-11-10 00:11:33 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

Coffee tables. Dining tables. Picnic tables. Desks. Think about all the places you sit down at a table each day to eat something, what they look like, and what goes on them.

Are these events shapeless automatic moments, dictated by unseen forces and inconsequential? Or, is each one of them life-defining? How do you know?

Coffee tables. Dining tables. Picnic tables. Desks. Think about all the places you sit down at a table each day to eat something, what they look like, and what goes on them.

Are these events shapeless automatic moments, dictated by unseen forces and inconsequential? Or, is each one of them life-defining? How do you know?___

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2014-11-10 00:05:11 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 20 +1s)Open 

'Most of us live fast-paced lives, driven by mantras of carpe diem and “work hard, play hard.” Our intense desire to maximize our experience portfolio and live life to the fullest is fueled by idea that life is short and we have to move fast in order to cram everything in. We unconsciously favor quantity over quality - and it affects how we approach travel, as well. When the anticipation of arrival eclipses the journey itself and a demanding itinerary exhausts us until the anticipation of departure sets in, from where exactly do we derive meaning?"

'Most of us live fast-paced lives, driven by mantras of carpe diem and “work hard, play hard.” Our intense desire to maximize our experience portfolio and live life to the fullest is fueled by idea that life is short and we have to move fast in order to cram everything in. We unconsciously favor quantity over quality - and it affects how we approach travel, as well. When the anticipation of arrival eclipses the journey itself and a demanding itinerary exhausts us until the anticipation of departure sets in, from where exactly do we derive meaning?"___

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2014-11-07 19:17:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

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2014-11-07 19:15:25 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

An interview with a master of craft and tailoring.  

An interview with a master of craft and tailoring.  ___

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2014-11-07 19:14:53 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 20 +1s)Open 

So true. 

So true. ___

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2014-11-06 22:07:34 (0 comments, 4 reshares, 38 +1s)Open 

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