Thank you for attending our session at ShiftCon 2016. Amy, Orleatha, and myself hope you were able to walk away with a few tips to live a greener lifestyle without breaking the bank. It’s sometimes difficult to stay on budget and keep the stress low while maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but your body will thank you for it later.
Below are some of the links I mentioned in the presentation. At the bottom is a link to previously published FREE information regarding travel writing and blogging.If you attended our presentation you were given the code to unlock this information.
Maine’s Department of Agriculture provides a wonderful resource for finding local food and farms. While most state tourism sites offer basic travel information, I’ve found that some state agriculture departments are a step ahead in promoting farm to table living. Check out GetRealGetMaine.com.
Most cities have a tourism department or a CVB (Convention and Visitors Bureau) that provides visitor information. In addition to welcome centers, there are websites with listings of local events, farmer’s markets, restaurants, and attractions. The Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau in Alabama has a dedicated page for Farmer’s Markets in Huntsville. This is an example of what most CVB’s offer to assist you in planning your travels and finding fresh, local products to maintain your healthy lifestyle on the road.
Besides Yelp and TripAdvisor, I enjoy researching what some of my eco-friendly blogging friends are writing about. Here’s a sampling of a few blogs that offer healthy and green travel information.
As promised, here is a link below to a list of valuable information introducing you to the world of travel writing and blogging. An updated revision of “The Definitive Guide to Travel Writing” will be available soon. Until then, happy and green travels to you!