Life

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The Sky-Pod Tree Tent — Hang In There!

When I was a child, we had a tree house in the big pecan tree in the backyard. We could hang out for hours - watching birds and animals from our perch, make up explorer games, and read. We...

Conscious Parenting Advice & Resources That Can Help

Via laron.nz: To raise a child, a village is required. As the world shifts with rapid change, it’s now easier to teach and bring up our children with healthier options and methods. We need to think outside the box,...

5 Steps to Spring and Autumn Garden Cleanup

By Ann Katelyn, guest writer for transients.info: Spring is the season when plants wake up from their dormancy to resume active growth. Thus, your garden must be well-prepared to accommodate new growth among your shrubs and trees. Problems in the garden...

Earth Hour — A Catalyst for Change: March 24, 8:30 p.m. Local Time

Earth Hour first started as a lights-off event in Sydney, Australia, back in 2007 — I was there and participated. Since that day, it's grown to engage more than 180 countries and territories around the world. Earth Hour 2018...

What Dogs Think & Everyday Moments, Caught In Time — Billy Collins

One of my favorite poets is Billy Collins. I learnt a lot about his poems and poetry styles a few years ago when studying writing and poetry full time. For those not familiar with him, Billy Collins is an American poet who...

The Darkest Hour & Manifestation

I saw an important movie yesterday, The Darkest Hour, starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill when he took over the prime ministership of Britain at the beginning of WWII. https://youtu.be/LtJ60u7SUSw The reason I say the movie is important, is because it...

Completing the Cycle: A Guide to Composting in Urban Environments

(By guest author John Magee) Everything in nature works in cycles, and while humans are obviously a part of nature, the modern Western food system has gone very far in disrupting the connection humans have with their environment, and...

Creativity, Health, Technology, Art and More — My Collection of Recent Info

I have a collection of tabs open in my browser which mostly contain information I want to share, yet I don’t have the time to share it individually; instead I’m dumping it all in this article. Science has discovered the...

Oldest Life Found on Earth — The Microfossils of Nuvvuagittuq Supracrustal Belt

Received by the international journal of science, Nature, in November 2016, and published in March 2017, a research paper reveals the oldest rocks and microfossils ever found on Earth. Around 25 kilometers south of an Inuit village in the North...

Message Sticks — Used by the Indigenous Worldwide

I asked a question of myself yesterday: “What didn’t the aboriginal peoples know?”, for the simple reason that they seemed to have been in tune with cosmic harmonies that we in our cluttered and noise-producing world are struggling to...
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