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Our Writing Team is a key piece of the Savvy Women's Alliance; it gives our voice a "friendly face" as we simplify the nontoxic living learning curve. Our volunteer writers love to write, they are valued, and deep down, they know their heart's work is making a difference.
Our Writing Team is a key piece of the Savvy Women's Alliance; it gives us our voice a "friendly face" as we simplify the nontoxic living learning curve. Our volunteers writers love to write, they are valued, and deep down, they know their heart's work is making a difference.
"I want to congratulate you, Julia, on your outstanding achievements in writing and volunteer work in the Savvy Women's Alliance. To balance a college course load and still find the time to give back to the community is truly remarkable. I encourage you to keep up the good work and continue to inspire others in your path. Congratulations!"–Jeff Kinney, Diary of A Wimpy Kid
“I’ve always loved nature and being outdoors, and the sense that humans were doing more harm than good seeped into me like so many others and, though not an activist by any means, I began to take those many small steps to tread lightly on this Earth, live by example, and help wherever I could.
Four years ago, I became a beekeeper and the learning curve shot up. Watching and learning about my bees gave me a holistic view of our world and how one small change – good or bad – can have such a ripple effect.”
– Janice Sina, New Savvy Women's Alliance Member and Volunteer
Here’s what we’re talking about this month:
“It wasn’t until I sat in on a Savvy Board meeting that I truly understood the complex workings of this amazing organization and the scope of their efforts. I was immediately proud to be part of something so much larger than myself…..that I believed would truly change the world.”
– Julia Condon, Founding Savvy Writer.
Spring is finally here and the Savvy Women's Alliance is looking forward to warmer weather and longer days! Here’s what we’re talking about this month:
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The Savvy Women's Alliance embarked on our first road trip over February. We traveled up the west coast, hosting events to connect women as our debut across California and Oregon.
Browse our photos and see some of the women who joined us - from volunteers to bloggers, to writers and movement makers.
We start the story with the live interview by Tra'Renee Chambers on KATU's Afternoon Live, who focused on budget-friendly tips.
The tour was made possible by a generous grant from the Seventh Generation Foundation.Read More »
Annoucing our top five viewed & shared 2016 Savvy Women's Alliances blog posts. What a solid start for our inaugural year - we are incredibly proud of our volunteer writers and editors. Which of these compelling posts do you recognize?Read More »
A first-of-its-kind report just came out ranking and grading our largest retail stores: Who’s Minding the Store? – A Report Card on Retailer Action to Eliminate Toxic Chemicals.” We are midly surprised at some of the ratings.Read More »
Lately I have been stealing outside to my porch for some 2:00 sunshine. I curl up on a summer's lounge chair, wrapped in a cocoa-and-camel checked flannel jacket and soak in New England's warmth-n-wind. This is my reboot time. I am re-reading Barbara Kingsolver's Animal, Vegetable Miracle and loving every stolen minute. How I love her brilliant use of words and her genuine food adventure. I have a serious author crush. Have you read her book? I suggest it for anyone who even slightly loves food. Or eating food. The topic of living for one year off local food creates juicy conversastion for a book club as well.
Speaking of books, Savvy has some great news.Read More »
Just a short seven weeks ago the Savvy Women’s Alliance launched. Thank you for joining us in these wee-early stages – we have nearly 8,5000 views and hundreds enrolled in our 20 Budget Friendly Tips! To this we say hubba-bubba and High Five!
Except, we forgot One. Crucial. Button.
Last week we added the brand spankin’ new shiny SHARE buttons onto our Savvy Blog Post page. Every blog post has them now. Top left corner.
Just how crucial are these buttons?Read More »