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Village Of Tiny Homes Built For The Homeless In Madison, Wisconsin

Originally posted on Tales from the Conspiratum:
Collective-Evolution by Alanna Ketler November 20, 2014 Last weekend, (November 15th, 2014) in an effort to keep people off the street, a community of tiny houses for the homeless opened in downtown Madison, Wisconsin. These homes were built by a coalition of homeless people and members of the…

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Coffee grounds for slugs ‘illegal’ – Bullcrap

Originally posted on Ground to Ground:
Coffee grounds for slugs ‘illegal’ – IOL Lifestyle | IOL.co.za. In what would be one of the most bizarre stories I have covered on this site (and this coming from someone that advocates urine fertilizer and eats mealworms – not in that order), comes an article which cites a…

If We Build It, They Will Come

If We Build It, They Will Come. Great article about Concordia Gardens in Milwaukee. I love this place!! Come join in the fun with Victory Garden Initiative!!

sorting bags KC

Happy Downsizing

I’m always helping clients clear out their unwanted items and now it’s my turn. I’m so happy and grateful for Dave putting up with all my stuff sitting around as I sort thru and decide what to donate, recycle and pack in the basement. I have been creating bags for numerous people I know and … Continue reading

Getting Cheeky

Originally posted on Tuesdays with Laurie:
In our neck of the woods the squirrels are hurrying and scurrying in fat-cheeked ernest as they gather, stock, and store in preparation for winter. These industrious little fellows click, chatter, and scold as we walk by, warning each other with staccato-like tail flicks of potential danger — “Duck…

* Lost – in the forest

Originally posted on Find Your Middle Ground:
Forests, tress and finding ourselves are themes that keep calling for my attention. The redwoods in California have a soulful impact <3 Redwood photo by Kevin Faber Lost – by David Wagoner Stand still. The trees ahead and bushes beside you Are not lost. Wherever you are is…

Love After Love

Originally posted on Teacher as Transformer:
Derek Walcott wrote this wonderful poem about celebrating life. He suggested we greet ourselves offering hospitality as we realize that we let other things take the place of getting to know the person who was us. The poem describes a wonderful (wonder filled) companionship in the second stanza. Companionship…

Do you buy almond, soy, or coconut milk? Check this before you buy!

Originally posted on wheatfreemama:
Now of days we all have to be savvy food labeling detectives. If you don’t know what you’re doing, you could be harming yourself. One ingredient that has been researched for over 10+ years is carrageenan. What is that you ask? Its a food additive that derives from red seaweed- sounds harmless…

Karin Conway

Life Lessons Learned Lately

Life Lessons Learned Lately On the eve of my “24”nd birthday I reflect on a few things I have learned lately. I thought I had enough lessons learned…but apparently not! I needed a few more to really hit rock bottom and wake me up on a few things. Some people never learn until they’re forced … Continue reading

Are You Dealing With a Narcissist or Psychopath?

Original article at Huffington Post;  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/04/signs-of-narcissism_n_4696772.html 18 Signs You’re Dealing With A Narcissist They can often be found in leadership roles. Not that that makes them good leaders, notes Jean Twenge, Ph.D., a professor in the Department of Psychology at San Diego State University and co-author of The Narcissism Epidemic with Campbell. But narcissists often find themselves in leadership positions … Continue reading

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