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Living Green with Baby offers inspiration for parents and kids to develop healthy, environmentally sustainable habits and a healthy lifestyle at an early age.

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Our focus is on introducing parents and children to everyday ways to improve physical and mental well-being with simple meal and snack recipes (like homemade yogurt and baby food), hand-crafted toys, home design ideas and more. Living Green with Baby combines practical how-tos with entertainment and real life–with all of its limitations on time, money and energy–and encourages healthy choices, curiosity and creativity in parents as well as little ones, all presented under the blue skies and lush greenery of a tropical paradise.

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Katka Konecna-Rivera


Katka Konecna-Rivera, co-founder and host of Living Green with Baby, is an architect focused on sustainable design as well as a filmmaker, writer, personal wellness coach, and mom to Luca, age 5 years and newborn Kai. Her direct, down-to-earth presentation style gets right to the point to make sure time spent watching is time well-spent. Katka is based in Puerto Rico and divides her time between New York and Prague.

 

 

Michelle Cohen

Michelle Cohen, co-founder, content director and editor of Living Green with Baby is a New York-based writer and digital media producer who has produced websites for lifestyle brands like Seventeen, Country Living, Harper’s Bazaar and iVillage. She writes about culture, media, New York City neighborhoods, real estate, style, design and technology among other topics.

 

 

 

Dr.Roberto Rivera

Dr. Roberto Rivera, strategy analyst for Living Green with Baby, is a proud dad and statistics professor at the University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez. His specialty is the use and construction of statistical methods. He determines optimal ways to reach our target audience and evaluates strategy performance.

Collaborating Partners:
Michele FulkersonMichele Fulkerson, a contributing writer and mom, is a certified Yoga and Pilates instructor with focus on assisting her clients in discovering balance through a mind & body transformative practice;  owner and operator of a wellness studio in Los Angeles and yoga studio in Rincon, Puerto Rico. Michele has contributed fitness and wellness articles for Shape and Women’s Adventure Magazine. She is also author of the e-book, Eco Fitness. Michele has enjoyed the opportunity to host Pilates, Yoga, and Eco-fitness retreats in both the US and Caribbean. She is also proud to be an ambassador for Doce Vida Fitness.

Tara Heath Tara Heath is a health professional in the day and freelance writer in the evenings. Her writing focuses mainly on health and parenting articles. She hopes to help people achieve their wellness goals one word at a time. Aside from health, she enjoys writing about parenting related topics and nutrition. 

green chef Diana Vazquez

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Diana Vazquez, our green chef and contributor to Latina Verde, is the owner and head chef at El Carey Cafe in Isabela, Puerto Rico and a very proud mom of 2 boys, 18 & 14 years old. Born in New York to Dominican parents, she spent the better part of her childhood in Dominican Republic. She incorporates her experiences and influences from various cultures into her creative and healthy dishes, and uses only fresh and seasonal produce in her cooking. Aside from her culinary endeavors she shares a passion for surfing and painting.

 

book reviews, children's booksDana Alma, our contributing book reviewer, is a reading advocate. Her book choices focus on children’s books that nurture mental and emotional growth. She’s a mother of 4, who has passed on her love of literature to her children. She enjoys volunteering at schools and local libraries to share stories with children. In addition she’s the editor at Readaholics Anonymous, since 2010. This avid reader and book enthusiast is a strong supporter of authors she believes in and takes that same passion outside of cyberspace to share with special groups, libraries, and just about anywhere books are mentioned. She is also publishing market junkie and an active media consultant, specializing in book promotion, advertising, and other online projects.

Adam Graham is our expert on raw and vegan diets. He’s a raw vegan chef and author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raw Food Detox. Adam is currently the director at Camp Rawnora, a raw/living foods learning center in Watervliet, MI.

Me Gusta Reciclar

Marilys Rivera Rijos, a contributing writer and editor to Latina Verde and a mom to Idan Itachi, 6 years and new twins, is a founder, content director and editor of I like Recycling (Me Gusta Reciclar), an online source for creative ideas about recycling, reusing and inspiring people to live healthier and greener lives. Marilys is based Bayamon, Puerto Rico.

 

Lenka Ulrichova, our contributing photographer and a mom, is based in Santa Monica.

 

Living Green with BabyAshley Knight, a contributing writer and all natural Mama, was on the path to becoming an art teacher when she found herself on a 3 ½ year struggle with infertility. After extensive research, which ultimately led to major adjustments in her and her husband’s diet, she became pregnant. It was through her experience, that Ashley’s focus changed to writing about healthy living, nutrition and raising a green baby. She’s fully committed to living a more sustainable life while raising her son Cedar and hopes to inspire others through her journey. Read more about Ashley and her family’s adventures at Knights of the Green Table.

 

 

Cassie BrewerCassie Brewer, a contributing writer, is a journalist living in Southern California. She is passionate about helping others look and feel their best and finds that one of the best ways to accomplish this is through the foods that we eat. See her blog cassiembrewer.weebly.com.

 

 

 

 

 

Dixie SomersDixie Somers, a contributing writer, is a freelance writer who loves to write for health, family, and the environment. She lives in Arizona with her husband and three beautiful daughters who are the inspiration for her writing.

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