A Quiet Day

Good morning, how are you? I hope you and yours are well πŸ€— Today I am resting. The only chore is cooking. I will try out an interesting recipe from Hidden Veggies for lunch: A strawberry spinach salad. Not quite sure what’s on the menu for dinner. We used to make a cheese & potatoe … Continue reading A Quiet Day

Outdoor Recreation & Indigeneity: Where They Intersect & Where They Clash

Outdoor recreation is a form of physical activity condoned by many health experts. For example, in the United States, a Health & Human Services (HHS) report called The Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesity 2001 specifically identified recreation activity as an attractive way to engage in exercise. In many … Continue reading Outdoor Recreation & Indigeneity: Where They Intersect & Where They Clash

Re-post: Your Privilege is Showing: How Climate Change Movements Miss the Point by Kayla DeVault

I should really write about my McMillan Coffee Morning project next week. But this post from 2016 is such an eye-opener on how interconnected we are and how we first need to understand the impact on other communities of our behaviour and what we consume before we can start to make changes that will save … Continue reading Re-post: Your Privilege is Showing: How Climate Change Movements Miss the Point by Kayla DeVault

A Rebel For Life ~ A Question of Urgency ~ Stick Head in the Sand

Here we go again Rebels with an urgent cause Let’s go and party Yesterday, I encouraged you to take one step to become more sustainable. To me, that feels a more appropriate way to inspire action. However, I am a member of Extinction Rebellion, and they disagree.Β  In this updated talk, that explains the climate … Continue reading A Rebel For Life ~ A Question of Urgency ~ Stick Head in the Sand