Advice and tips from bloggers on how to live a more radical life.
Lisa Lovatt-Smith was only 18 when she began a career at Vogue magazine. Lisa published five books on interiors, including London Living. She also published two books on fashion photography. In 2002, after a trip to Ghana, her life took a dramatic turn. Lisa was so moved by the experience of living with the orphans that decided to help in a more sustained and substantial way, leaving her glamorous lifestyle, and moving permanently to Africa where she founded OrphanAid Africa.Read more
Princess Sophie Audouin-Mamikonian found her passion for writing at the age of 13. Sophie received 300 number of letters declining to take her book on. But her fierce tenacity and passion to inspire others around the world finally led her to the one Radical Yes that she had been waiting for. Today she has sold over 11 million novels in 26 countries!Read more
This 5’11” beauty emerged from a small town in Scotland and took the modeling world literally by storm – joining the agency “Storm” in London. Lisa Omand opens up about her seemingly overnight success by sharing some of the struggles she had to overcome to rise above her small town’s purview of the world.Read more