But you can arm yourself with the knowledge that enables you to ask the questions that will give you the answers you need. We’re all starting on this continuum at different points, and we each develop at a different pace. That doesn’t matter. What does matter is that we develop our understanding of the world . . .
The Nest at Fair@Square on December 3 and 4 2016 will show you how The aim of this program is to raise awareness, inform you, and share tips and tricks to transform your home into a healthy sanctuary. #TheNestF@S16 #DetoxTheNest I have brought together a broad cross section of speakers to address the different aspects . . .
Join us at the Fair@Square Festival in December to learn how to make your home a toxin-free sanctuary. Why is this important? “Many Americans assume that the chemicals in their shampoos, detergents and other consumer products have been thoroughly tested and proved to be safe. This assumption is wrong.” New York Times[i]: The interesting thing about . . .
Day 983 of my captivity…. There was some sort of assembly of their accomplices tonight. I was placed in solitary confinement for the duration of the event. However, I could hear the noises and smell the food. I overheard that my confinement was due to the power of ‘allergies.’ I must learn what this means . . .
In the pre-technology era, coal miners would carry caged canaries with them for the duration of their shifts. The birds acted as an early warning system for toxic gasses such as methane and carbon monoxide: if they reached levels lethal to humans, the more sensitive canaries became sick or died, signalling to the miners they . . .
Celebrations to be had in this little pocket of the world. The city of Hamburg (Germany) has banned the following list of nonsustainable items from their government-run buildings stating that taxpayer money will not be spent on products that don’t meet it’s high sustainability standards Coffee capsuals or pods plastic cutlery and plates beer, soft drinks . . .