Yesterday was a pretty exciting day, and not just because this happened:
But also because I got to sit down with the lovely Savannah Guthrie to discuss The Compact and why someone in their right mind would choose to stop buying new. It was a great experience, from filming in Portland under the direction of producer Stephanie Becker and correspondent Kristen Dahlgren; to the morning spent at The Today Show studio. (And yes, I did have Call Me Maybe stuck in my head all. Day. Long.)
To those who missed the segment or simply wish to relive the excitement, you just need to click:
And for those who want more information, I have a treat, which is an bonus video from the interview I gave at home. Just click:
I also wrote an essay for The Today Show website, which you can read:
And from Stephanie Becker, producer extraordinaire, a witty essay about her $12 Emmy gown and her feelings about filming at my house, which can be read:
I want to extend a huge thank you to everyone at The Today Show who gave me the opportunity to come to New York and talk about my favorite subject.
And I don’t want to give away any spoilers, but I hear there’s a rumor going around that Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has decided to join The Compact and stop buying new. Except of course, for his grills.
“Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.”
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