Sun, sand and relaxation….everyone loves a Caribbean vacation. While you can’t bottle the sunshine or the cool tropical breeze, you can certainly bring home the taste of the tropics. And there is nothing more iconic to island life than rum.
When it comes to the biggest polluting industries on the planet, it’s no surprise that the fossil fuel business (oil, gas and coal) is ranked number one. And it may shock you that coming in at number two is the garment and fashion industry.
To spa, is to relax. To find yourself and reset. But spas came in all shapes, sizes and categories. I want to highlight spas that truly define eco luxury; organic and green to their core.
Ashlan Cousteau has been going to Aspen every year for spring break for the past 10 years with family and it has a special little place in her heart. For her Aspen is quality time with the fam’, skiing all day and hitting the town at night.
You all know by now that Ashlan Cousteau loves to drive. So she decided to take a long Sunday drive with her two favorite passengers, her hubby and their dog Kenai, up the gorgeous Pacific Coast Highway.
Food is going back to its roots. Many chefs, restaurants and consumers are reevaluating the loving relationship with what we eat.
Your wedding day should be one of the best days of your life; full of love, happiness and amazing ambiance. And just because you have refined taste, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a beautiful and environmentally conscious wedding.
Our homes are our sanctuaries. From our furniture to our décor to the candles we burn, we all try and create our own little piece of paradise in our studio apartments or our country estates. Ashlan Cousteau travels all the time and when she’s on the road she misses three things: her husband, her dog and her bed.
To be environmentally conscious can mean a lot of things: not using chemicals, being produced locally, paying workers a fair living wage, and charitable giving. Ashlan Cousteau highlights some of the top beauty brands whose core values are about giving back to their community and to the environment.
Ashlan Cousteau’s husband’s grandfather, Jacques Cousteau, sailed the seas in the iconic Calypso for decades. But, like all boats similar to her, she had an insatiable appetite for fuel. Jacques always saw her dependence on diesel as a major burden due to its high cost and detrimental impacts on the environment. As a result he endeavored to find a better way.