First Day in Residence at the RZSS!

So here’s my exciting news: Today was my first day as Storyteller in Residence for the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland.  I was absolutely thrilled to be appointed to this role and I look forward to giving a day a week of my time to the RZSS and its more-than-human communities over the next twelveContinue reading “First Day in Residence at the RZSS!”

Friday findings: giving and receiving

I wanted to write one last giving post before moving on to my next project (which involves giving as you will see). The act of gift giving is made in relationship, a giver must have a receiver in order for a gift to come into being.  Because stories are at heart gifts, this is echoed in storytellers needing audiencesContinue reading “Friday findings: giving and receiving”

The Giving Project, One Month Later

While I’ve not managed to blog as often as I planned, I’ve continued to engage with the act of giving and to reflect on my experiences in relation to Charles Eisenstein’s book on Sacred Economics (along with a collection of other authors).  Lately, I’ve been thinking about how to connect more to the donations I make to charity,Continue reading “The Giving Project, One Month Later”