She has spent time abroad in Germany working for a wind turbine manufacturer, a kitchen assistant at a culinary school in New York City, a private chef and gardener in Oklahoma, and a waitress and ski bum in Utah. Bridgette currently lives in an aspen grove in Park City, Utah.
During the winter her home is covered in 12 feet of snow and in the summer she walks directly from her house to hiking trails. She has a puppy named Cooper and is married to the man of her dreams, who also happens to be a firefighter/paramedic.
She is the founder of Simple and Sustainable, a sustainable living coaching service that helps individuals make sustainable living simple. She is a contributing writer for LowImpactLiving.com. She is also currently talking herself into writing her first novel - obviously something environmentally related.
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