Chicks and Depression – What?
You might ask yourself what baby chicks and depression have in common. Well, nothing and everything really. Continue reading →
Sustainable Outdoor Sports
Pia Piscitelli, our sustainable travel expert, examines in this month’s segment the impact of outdoor sports on our environment. Many of us love to be outside whenever we can.
The beaches are calling us to try out surfing. Or maybe you prefer camping in the mountains? Both are great and both have one thing in common: Equipment is needed. Continue reading →
Why Colleen Zahradnicek Decided to Run For Office by Emily Gerde I had a wonderful conversation with Colleen Zahradnicek. Colleen has lived in Denver for 30 plus years, moving here as a child in 1984. Her parents…
Backyard Farm Update
Steve Cornett is a farmer. And he lives in a big city – well, in a small city right next to San Diego. How is that possible? The title of this post gave it away. He is a backyard farmer!
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Food choices are so often on our mind. We are bombarded with information what to buy, what not to buy. We are told that we are weighing too much, or not enough. And every day, there is a news about a study about a foodthat is either bad or very good for us – and often, the opposing studies are talking about the same item. Continue reading →
What is Universal Basic Income?
If you have never heard of Universal Basic Income (UBI), you have come to the right place to find out. In this podcast, taskmaster4450 explains what it is, why we need it, and how to get it. Continue reading →
Diana MacDonald is Introducing Herself
I have been a professional photographer since 1993, and have been shooting stock photography since 1996 when I moved to Florida and landed a job as an in-house stock photographer for SuperStock, a stock agency in Jacksonville. In 1998 I left the agency and branched out on my own, shooting what is known as macro stock for a company called Eyewire, which had previously been owned by Adobe, and was bought out by Getty Images. I shot exclusively for Getty for many years, but with the advent of microstock agencies, the business changed drastically, so I now shoot for 5 micro agencies as well as for Getty and for Alamy (a UK based macro stock agency.) Continue reading →
May is Radical Self-Care Month! Did you know that this month is radical self-care month? No? Don’t worry. You couldn’t know that since I just declared it as such! I declared it for me. But…
Episode 133 – Art Laubach and the Tiny House Festival
by Emily Gerde
I had a wonderful interview with Art Laubach, the organizer of the Tiny House Festival, where we discuss all things tiny houses from a builder’s perspective. Art mentions tiny homes being one of the great options to minimizing our environmental impact due to the few materials, utilities and space needed for them in society. Continue reading →