Here’s the plan. The next seven blog posts will be a guided tour up the Seven Fronts of Mount Sustainability, Ray Anderson’s famous zero-footprint metaphor.
It’s another Monday morning as I write this, which means I’m once again racking my brain for what might be a good blog topic. That’s how lots of Monday mornings go. It’s not uncommon for me to start writing on two or three different topics before settling on one I feel good about.
As I struggled through this little tradition today, I had a brilliant moment of insight (or at least I thought it was brilliant – you might just call me lazy). I should start an eight-part blog series! That’s nearly two months of blog topics at one fell swoop!
***Public Service Announcement*** – Shakespeare appears to have coined that last phrase in Macbeth. I bet you didn’t know that. I didn’t know that until I looked it up to make sure I was using it properly. Now, back to your regularly scheduled programming.
Tickets are now available for RayDay 2017Read More
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