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Lancaster, United Kingdom

Every Little Thing Blog Health MavenFacebook

Glen Carbon, Illinois
I'm an all natural, healthy living blogger that focuses on eating as close to the Earth as possible, and as a beginner, discovering just how to cook these all natural foods along the way!

Julie W.

San Mateo, California
I am a professional muralist in the San Francisco Bay area. I used to be extremely athletic and I am now trying to keep my health while working. I am also interested in homeopathy. My work keeps me standing all day, and driving long distances. I do yoga every morning for the past 16 years, but I get very few hours or opportunities to exercise. I cook the best foods I can afford, and I...

Jay K. Patient Expert

Redmond, Washington
My name is Jay Kilby, and I am the creator and owner of Think 2100 (formerly WeBuyItGreen), which is located in Redmond, Washington. I received a doctorate from The University of Chicago in 1991 (seems eons ago now) and have since led a career in teaching. The purpose of Think 2100 is to assist the socially responsible consumer. It is apparent that our current habits are not sustainable....

Carbon Fund Patient Expert

Silver Spring, Maryland
Communities: General Medicine

a1pt

Glen Carbon, Illinois

amberchelle1

United States

Smoke Poetry

Detroit, Michigan
Smoke Poetry is the essence of thought emissions of pen-carrying disciples delivering 9 lines of coming obstacles and delights. Burning pure carbon of tomorrows love songs discussing universal questions, past, present and future are now one. Smoke Poetry is rolling over hills and valleys without limitations blinding armys and resting in the shadows of hallways ready and willing to...
Goals: Avoid sweets

ajay

United States

Lorna Sass

United States
LORNA SASS is best known as a widely published food writer and an award-winning cookbook author. She decided to start blogging to share not only her thoughts about food, but her passions and explorations beyond the kitchen. For this reason, she called the blog Lorna Sass at Large. As you will see, she rarely leaves home without her camera, and is currently documenting her passion for edible...