Sabina King

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Sabina King is an entrepreneur and global nomad. She runs her business TaZa wherever she is, which is mostly on a ski slope in Canada or in a yoga shala in Ubud, Bali, where she, her husband, and two children split their time. TaZa was born out of a belief…

Sabina King is an entrepreneur and global nomad. She runs her business TaZa wherever she is, which is mostly on a ski slope in Canada or in a yoga shala in Ubud, Bali, where she, her husband, and two children split their time.

TaZa was born out of a belief that fine wine and adventure go hand in hand. She’s committed to living life to the fullest by balancing work and play, eating well, conditioning body and mind, embracing the world as a classroom, raising awesomely curious children, and taking care of the planet.

In addition to TaZa, she has also started the Skip the Plastic Straws Movement, a global effort to end the use of disposable drinking straws.

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Sabina King is an entrepreneur and global nomad. She runs her business TaZa wherever she is, which is mostly on a ski slope in Canada or in a yoga shala in Ubud, Bali, where she, her husband, and two children split their time. TaZa was born out of a belief…

Sabina King is an entrepreneur and global nomad. She runs her business TaZa wherever she is, which is mostly on a ski slope in Canada or in a yoga shala in Ubud, Bali, where she, her husband, and two children split their time.

TaZa was born out of a belief that fine wine and adventure go hand in hand. She’s committed to living life to the fullest by balancing work and play, eating well, conditioning body and mind, embracing the world as a classroom, raising awesomely curious children, and taking care of the planet.

In addition to TaZa, she has also started the Skip the Plastic Straws Movement, a global effort to end the use of disposable drinking straws.

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