Day 1: A New Story of Gifting Soup

Over the last few months I’ve been working my way through Charles Eisenstein’s book, Sacred Economics.  At the heart of the book is a call for a return to an economy based on gift-giving.  Finding a way out of the growth economy system we are currently tangled up in is not only essential for theContinue reading “Day 1: A New Story of Gifting Soup”

Friday Findings: as the days get longer

On my nightstand, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking, by Susan Cain.  Are you an introvert?  Take Susan’s full test at The Guardian. Celebrating two years of starting (almost) every day with a green smoothie, i.e. one that combines fresh fruit with raw brassicas (usually kale or brocolli sprouts)Continue reading “Friday Findings: as the days get longer”