Meg Busacca makes a line of totally unique non-medical grade covid masks using antique and vintage fabrics. She’s sourced some of the fabrics through lady Virginia Vintage so I wanted to profile her on my blog.
The push to consume has replaced other values, to our peril. But many of us are shaking the scales from our eyes and beginning to change for the better.
I’ve written before about the merits of swapping clothes and accessories you no longer want for “new-to-you” items instead. The three top benefits are: Saving money — one of the the keys to prosperity is spending less/saving more. Eco-friendly — reusing stuff helps avoid adding to the landfill. Fun! — getting together with others for […]
For $20,000, what peak-aware dad wouldn’t want solar panels installed on the roof? Or, if you can pony up $500, and your man has got a more outdoorsy-survivalist bent, a shotgun would make surely him smile. But for less than $20 you can help Dad build resilience in his daily life by giving him an […]
I just got back from Washington D.C., where I went to meet informally with folks connected to or interested in the Association for the Study of Peak Oil. ASPO is planning their yearly conference and they wanted to share some aims for the event which is being held for the second year in the nation’s […]
Fashion observers from haute couture to the New York Times to The Today Show are hailing the return of fun 70s garb in the spring fashion season. Mini skirts and longer hemlines too, funky bags, clunky bracelets and other throwbacks to the era of polyester and All In The Family are all the rage. Of […]