Beth Buczynski, Contributing Writer
I am most thankful for the Internet. Specifically, the high speed variety. Not only does the Internet made it possible for me to do what I love without starving, it’s also a catalyst for major social change. Through the Internet, small voices become big, causes become movements, and those in power are held accountable for their actions. The world is changing. We are all connected–literally. The Internet is where free speech and equal access are realized in their purest forms. Let’s make sure it always stays that way.
Lana Winter, Contributing Writer
This year, I’m thankful for my husband and the amazing new extended family that I’m getting to know. I’m thankful for great friends, for little birds who pull my hair out to wake me up each morning, and for the countless animal-friends who visit our cottage by the lake every day. I’m also amazingly grateful for warm socks, good books, and hot soup. xo
Andrew Goodwin, Contributing Writer
This year has been a busy year and I am thankful for making it through. Outside of being thankful for my friends and family, I am thankful for the blessing of getting married to my wonderful wife this year. I am thankful for her family, and how they raised her to be such a great woman. I am thankful for my company ConsciousBuild and everyone that has been a part of it. We have been able to touch a lot of lives through our work and I hope to keep it up. And among it all I am thankful for Inhabitat and the bubbling energy that surrounds sustainability and green design everyday! It is a blessing to be part of such an amazing team of writers, editors, administrators and most importantly visionaries.
Holly McWhorter, Contributing Writer
I’m always thankful that I have a warm, safe and comfortable home–and this year, in light of the damage that recent nasty weather has done to so many other people’s homes, I’m especially thankful for it. I’m also hugely thankful for my sweet and amazing husband, my big, wonderful and diverse family, my kind and brilliant friends, and the colorful, charismatic people of New York City who make my daily life so rich and textured. Then too, I’m thankful that I’m able to earn a living writing about design and being a designer, and I’m hugely thankful for the grad school fellowship I recently received to start working on a Master’s degree in Material Culture!