These ideas are lovely.
Nameberry shares its predictions.
Iris Apfel, who, at 93-years-old is fronting major ad campaigns and even recently starred in a documentary about her fabulous
Orange would not be the new black for Iris Apfel, who wore that color in fur for the movie premiere of Iris last week at the Paris Theater: the brighter the better, it was practically neon, and contrasted with saucer-sized turquoise beads.
This week the IRIS film finally debuted at the Paris Theater, which is symbolically located adjacent to The Plaza Hotel and across from Bergdorf Goodman where a window display design inspired by Iris Apfel is currently in rotation.
How wondrous to once again feel Nature's warmth enveloping us, to bask in the great golden sun, to rejoice in the sweet sounds of returning bird-calls, to view our world blossoming forth...
It is argued that the active pursuit of output data may distract or detract a social enterprise from its impact objectives. It is also argued that impact accounting imposes a compliance burden that acts as unnecessary overhead.
One of the more startling figures offered in the report was a stat from a recent survey by the CFA Association that discovered that 66 percent of financial advisers were unaware of impact investing. Two-thirds of the investment professionals hadn't even heard of it? C'mon.
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. — NASA has delayed the launch of a sun-observing satellite by a day so that technicians
Conservative organizations were the victims this time around. But back in 2006 under President George W. Bush, the environmental