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      Coat of Arms

      Coat of Arms

      Taking care of our coast and ocean has always been important to Teddy and I. Now we take it even more seriously as we strive to live off the land and sea, simultaneously building a family and community that also works toward this goal of sustainability. Thank you for being part of our journey and community! I made this Coat of Arms for our own family and beyond, to remind all of us to “Be wise to what is good.”

      The rest of the verse in Romans says “and innocent of evil,” which convicts me not to spend too much of my time reading about the craziness of the world (just enough to not be living under a rock). After all, the change that we all want to see isn’t going to happen on social media, it’s clear. The change starts in our own homes and our communities, so focus on making them full of love, joy and goodness, and it will spread faster than Covid.

      Small Business Saturday 2020: Melissa Gil of MG Surfline

      Small Business Saturday 2020: Melissa Gil of MG Surfline

      For Small Business Saturday, I’m thrilled to introduce you to  Melissa Gil the owner and founder of MG Surfline. We met on a panel during Plastic Free July and immediately hit it off. She’s a successful momtreprenuer, athlete and all around nice person! 

      Melissa, please tell us your story.

      My story begin with a love for the ocean that runs so deep, it has become the driving force behind everything I do in my life, on a personal level and on a business level with our purpose-driven eco-conscious brand, MG Surfline.

      I grew up in Costa Rica, and as long as I can remember I was always drawn to the ocean. Born with webbed feet and my last name being Gil, people often joke that the only thing I am missing is actual gills.

       

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      Small Business Saturday 2020: Ron Hickman and Subgauge Rod and Lure Art

      Small Business Saturday 2020: Ron Hickman and Subgauge Rod and Lure Art

      his Small Business Saturday, it is my great pleasure to introduce to you Ron Hickman. I met him on Instagram and admired his beautifully crafted lures and rods, but I was completely blown away by some of the great stories he started sharing! It was obvious that I couldn't just keep these to myself, so here we are supporting small businesses today and always, learning about the great people behind the products.

      Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you began your creative business, Subgauge Rod and Lure Art

       

      I grew up on a subsistence farm on the Carolina coast near Calabash NC.   We grew, caught or killed what we ate.

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      The 2020 Holiday Gift Guide

      The 2020 Holiday Gift Guide

      For the Conservationist/ Turtle Lover:

      These people have a warm place in our hearts, but they are really hard to shop for! For their plastic-free and zero-waste needs, there are some items that can help them out and inspire them to keep persevering…

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      Lobster Season Fun Facts

      Jonny Baker, scientist, father, and friend, explains the reasons for Lobster regulations in Florida. Learn the why and how along with some "poop facts."

       

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