We are refitting a oat we bought for just 1 dollar. yes a one dollar boat that we will sail and show the world that you can do whatever you set your mind too. You do not need a million dollars to wake up with a smile in your heart and see the sunrise.
In the New York City Trailer, we’ve cut together parts from the next 6 videos, coming soon! The series will focus on small business owners (many with businesses based in Williamsburg and Bushwick Brooklyn, most are vegan or work in vegan businesses, and help them share their wonderful stories.)
In this video we spend the day with Sinedu as she commutes from Harlem to Bunna Café in Bushwick. She moved to NYC from Ethiopia, but remains dedicated to Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity, a religion in which fasting, and eating vegan, are taken directly from the Bible. http://bunnaethiopia.net/
In this video we talk with Gristle Tattoo owner Dina about running her own vegan small business in Brooklyn, NY. If you’re wondering why a tattoo isn’t normally vegan then tune in to hear how Dina’s changing things up in the industry while bringing together a team of talented artists dedicated to high quality custom…
In this video we talk with Colon Therapy NYC owner Cassie about running her own small business, and the many health benefits of colon hydrotherapy. Colonics can play a huge role in digestive health for those suffering from different digestive disorders or those who are just trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Cassie clears up…
This was a tough week, so I am very grateful that we have our weekly video date to hold us accountable and in this case help us work through everything that we were feeling after the US election. Some articles/videos I’ve found helpful this week: https://www.facebook.com/mmflint/?fre… http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/i… http://www.msnbc.com/morning-joe/watc… http://www.attn.com/stories/12768/for… ………………………………………………..
There is something so special about returning home. Whether you’ve been gone for a weekend, for months, or even for years, coming back to where you grew up is unlike anything else. When we lived in NYC, Lou and I would often take the train out to visit my family in Connecticut and would always…