I had no idea that this was a thing “Child Labor Providing Favorite Pastime in Indonesia” reblogged from Edge of Humanity Magazine. Some of these children start as early as the age of 3 with the approval of their parents … Continue reading Bareback & Barefooted | Child Labor Providing Favorite Pastime In Moyo Island, Indonesia
Haha, I just finished reading “5 Bedroom Must-Haves” and discovered that I am missing 3 of the 5. Continue reading 5 Bedroom Must Haves
Haha, catching up on my WordPress sites I follow while at the hair salon for a new do. Probably should have read this before I sat in the chair. The good news is I think I’m mostly “b” and that is what I’m doing. You’ll have to read the post to understand what I mean. Switching up your ‘do is easier said than done. When it comes down to it, a new haircut is a commitment that not all of us are ready to take to the next level. Trust me when I say that I’ve been there—remember when I … Continue reading Quiz: What Haircut Should You Get?
Pep Talk, we all need one. Thank you Just A Small Town Girl for this post. I feel like every so often we all need a quick pep talk to reassure us and remind us of how awesome we are, because in the words of L’Oreal, ‘we’re worth it dammit!’ [or something to that effect]. At the moment a couple of my close friends are down in the dumps. They’re stuck in one […] http://sauj4.com/2016/02/01/a-pep-talk/ Continue reading A Pep Talk
I am thankful for all the men in my life who over the years got up at the crack of dawn, after a snowfall, to clean off my driveway and sidewalk to make them passable for me to go about … Continue reading Thankful for the Men In My Life Who Shovel My Snow
Almost vegan if you forgo the honey Pistachio Rose Milk (Mylk) + My Favorite Rosy Beauty Products Roses are having a moment right now. I am not sure that they ever actually went out of style, but lately I am seeing the blooms in everything from foodstuffs to beauty products – and I couldn’t be happier about it. I love a petal-packed DIY, infusing the floral flavor into lemonade, and adding the… http://jjbegonia.com/pistachio-rose-milk-mylk-my-favorite-rosy-beauty-products/ Continue reading FIRST THING I READ THIS MORINING – CAN’T WAIT TO TRY
A decadent chocolate cake made in a mug for a quick and easy dessert that requires no baking. This 5 minute chocolate mug cake is perfect for those lazy nights in. For those of you without an oven. For those of you who want single servings of chocolate dessert. This one is for you. =) […] http://cookingwithawallflower.com/2016/01/17/5-minute-chocolate-mug-cake/ Continue reading 5 Minute #Chocolate #Mug #Cake
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? Paradise, by Gillis d’Hondecoeter circa 1575 When I was growing up we were taught humans were at the top of every chart, far superior to all other living beings. Our textbooks, illustrated with stereotypical images of “cave men,” proved the assertion with a long list of what our species could do that others could not. The list was so smug that I was a bit embarrassed on behalf of my fellow homo sapiens. A skeptic even then, I thought the list was somewhat prejudicial. Worse, it didn’t acknowledge what feels obvious to young children, that… Continue reading Are You An Anthropocentrist?
I’ve been a vegetarian for 5+ years and a vegan on and off the last 2 years. I’m curently reading Kathy Preston’s book “Veganist” and it’s convinced me to go back to being Vegan full-time. I have no problem being a vegan when I’m home, but I will be going to Disney in soon to listen to my daughter’s school choir perform in Downtown Disney. My husband and I will be staying on Disney property. This is the first time we have visited Disney without a rental car and stayed on Disney property. I’m concernced that I will have some … Continue reading Vegan in Disney
It’s been a while since I posted on my blog, but I’m back and still feeling grateful. My family and I had the opportunity to spend a week together in our favorite vacation spot, Hilton Head, SC. Our daugher was on Spring break and our adult son happened to be free that week so the four of us spent a wonderful 7 days together. We rented a condo in Sea Pines plantation, our favorite plantation in Hilton Head, because we like to bike, spend time at the beach and dine out. We can do all three things within Sea Pines … Continue reading Been Awhile But Still Grateful
I went out for a run early this morning and ran into a former classmate. It had been a few years since we had seen each other so we had a lot of catching up to do. So much had … Continue reading Grateful for My Loved Ones – Week 3 of 100 Days of Gratitude
Peace has been on my mind a lot lately. It seems like right now there is so much war and distrubances going on in our beautiful world. Syria, Iraq, Israel & the West Bank, Russia and the Ukraine, and now … Continue reading 2 Weeks into 100 Days of Gratitude – So Grateful for Peace
I am ten days into my 100 days of gratitude. I now look forward to reciting things for which I”m grateful, and am using it as a coping tool for when I’m starting to feel down, anxious or when any … Continue reading Day 10 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I wasn’t really sure what I was going to write about today. I woke up this morning with writer’s block. I decided to just start my gratitude recitation and go about my morning routine hoping something would inspire me to … Continue reading Focus on What you Have vs What You’re Lacking