I was having a conversation with a colleague the other day while picnicking under a large White Pine tree and she asked me "Do you feel like you are learning about yourself every day?" I paused for a moment to reflect. Because the exact idea of learning something about myself every did did not resonate … Continue reading Learning to Unlearn
Oh. My. God. If I could just be frank, we are fucked right now. There's a global pandemic the likes of which have never dealt with before, we are on the brink of civil unrest due to human rights issues, there have been confirmed cases of unidentified flying objects (we haven't even as a public … Continue reading Gratitude in the Apocolypse
Now, before you get too excited I am not talking about cannabis or cold hard cash. It is something way sexier... thank home made and upcycled gift giving. I am sure I have mentioned before that I am cash broke. So I am left to scour Second hand shops, look for beautiful treasures out in … Continue reading I Give Green Gifts
The other day I checked my personal account balance, and I had six dollars. At the moment I started to laugh because as a 12-year-old I had more money in the bank than I have now as a 33-year-old. And that is a choice. A few weeks ago I cashed in the totality of my … Continue reading I Am Broke And It Is A Choice
The simple phrase ”global warming” can be heard every day in my house. From time to time it may be a discussion at a meal, but more often it is just those two words used to point out the effects of a particular action. Perhaps the dishwasher was run half full on a two hour … Continue reading What Would Greta Do?