Oh, the people you’ll meet!

For my birthday on April 19th, my mom and I went to the American Craft Council Show in St. Paul. We had a lovely time visiting with the vendors and feasting our eyes on their wares. We saw unique and beautiful handcrafted items—from jewelry, to clothing, to furniture and decorations—in almost every kind of medium: wood, … Continue reading

Gaby in Green on Twitter!

Hi Folks! Well, it’s official. I’ve finally caved into social (networking) pressures. I am on Twitter @gabyingreen. I would be delighted for you to follow me. I’m going to use my Twitter account to talk about all things green, as well as some of my other passions. I would also like to announce to my … Continue reading

From Start to finish

Do the words sexy, modern, sleek and green ever come to mind when you think of Ford Motor Company? From start to finish, Ford’s Start Concept car proves that you can teach an old dog new tricks. On April 22nd, Ford introduced the Start at the Beijing Motor Show in response to the world’s increasing urban … Continue reading

Recycle your colors

I always tell friends, family and people I meet—when they ask me about my blog—that going green doesn’t mean giving up your sense of style. Nor does it mean being confined to a set of rules, shapes, patterns or even colors. Especially colors, and especially now. Zoya, spa-quality, eco-friendly and fashionista-approved nail polish brand, is … Continue reading

Personal Eco Guru

In honor of Earth Day 2010, the World Wildlife Federation has launched a brand new, interactive and extremely cute new web-tool called Eco Guru. Not only is it adorable, it’s useful and very user-friendly, too! What I love most about this tool is it’s simple and unique design: a cerulean blue background dotted with white fluffy … Continue reading

The greenest field around

For baseball fans (especially Twins fans), the grand opening of the much-anticipated Target Field was definitely worth the wait! For 28 years, the Twins played in the Metrodome, shielded from the elements. After 28 months (and $425,000,000 later), players and fans alike will enjoy the great-outdoors while watching America’s favorite pass-time once again. A few of my … Continue reading

A Bid to Save the Earth

Green is a very iconic color. It’s the color of grass, which covers about 20% of the Earth’s surface.  The most common adage is that the grass is always greener on the other side. Maybe that’s also why green is the color of envy. And while history buffs will tell you that U.S. currency was … Continue reading