Category Archives: Environmental

GREEN LIVING: My Best in Show Top 5!

Better late than never – Thinking Green at the Direct Energy Centre, Toronto. This post was a little slow in coming (it’s been a busy month!) but I didn’t want to entirely miss the shout outs to the people I met and what I loved at the Green Living Show held two weeks ago. This [...]

BEING “BLISSIPLINED” ABOUT BEING A “BLISSCIPLE” OF “BLISS” (say that 5x fast!)

Inukshuks and the art of rock balancing at Humber Bridge, Toronto, October, 2010. Insert below taken from NOW Magazine, Pisces Horoscope for week of September 15: “My Pisces friend Rana Satori Stewart coined some new words that happen to be perfect for you to begin using and embodying. “Blissipline,” she says, is “the commitment to [...]

LET’S BE SMARTER THAN YOUR AVERAGE BEAR

Tom Rand’s book “Kick the Fossil Fuel Habit” was in the bunch I brought up North. I felt it would be inspiring to read it surrounded by the scenery of Muskoka but instead it was frustrating because I was surrounded by cottagers who drove the 5 minute walk to the beach, mainly to avoid the [...]

CLEAN WATER SHOULDN’T BE A LUXURY

Mary Lake, Muskoka Region, Ontario The world’s running out of clean water. Unless the UN acts, the private sector will appropriate supplies and the poor will suffer…” more info Clean water to drink, wash and swim in shouldn’t be a luxury – it should be a human right – but now when I have a [...]

SITE SPECIFIC ART THAT SHIFTS CONCIOUSNESS / CONSCIENCE?

July 16, 2011 – 3:59 am

Of the approximately 20 exhibits I went to see during CONTACT this past May, the most incredible exhibit I witnessed was South African photographer, Pieter Hugo’s “Permanent Error”,curated by Bonnie Rubenstein (Artistic Director of CONTACT). It was a site specific exhibit that was installed at the corner of Spadina @ Front, (North East side); the [...]